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  • A large archipelago.
    56 B (6 words) - 20:21, 11 August 2008
  • *[[Hochelaga Archipelago]]
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  • Archipelago of the western coast of Ireland.
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  • An Island in the Canadian Arctic Archipelago.
    81 B (10 words) - 17:30, 11 August 2008
  • The largest Island in the Canadian Arctic Archipelago
    89 B (11 words) - 11:22, 5 November 2008
  • ...ndonesia]] are examples of archipelagos. Indonesia is the world's largest archipelago. ==Freshwater archipelagoes==
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  • ...nclude>{{Subpages}}</noinclude>A kingdom in the Middle East which forms an archipelago lying in the Persian Gulf.
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  • Independent republic in the Pacific Ocean, an [[archipelago]] consisting of more than 350 islets.
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  • State of the United States of America consisting of an archipelago in the Pacific Ocean.
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  • A large Island in the Canadian Arctic Archipelago, with the remains of a large meteor crater
    128 B (19 words) - 11:24, 5 November 2008
  • ...as Territory of the United Kingdom, at the southeastern end of the Bahamas Archipelago, north of Haiti.
    149 B (21 words) - 23:31, 25 October 2009
  • Small Swedish island belonging to the Haparanda Archipelago in the northern part of the Gulf of Bothnia.
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  • A freshwater archipelago at the confluence of the Saint Lawrence and Ottawa Rivers, which includes t
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  • <noinclude>{{Subpages}}</noinclude>Island republic, spanning an archipelago of ten islands and five islets in the [[Atlantic Ocean]], off [[Senegal]].
    150 B (20 words) - 05:42, 7 January 2014
  • <noinclude>{{Subpages}}</noinclude>Island republic, spanning an archipelago of two main islands and many minor islets in the Pacific Ocean.
    139 B (20 words) - 23:49, 17 January 2014
  • <noinclude>{{Subpages}}</noinclude>Federal island republic, spanning an archipelago of three islands and minor islets in the [[Indian Ocean]], off Mozambique.
    158 B (21 words) - 12:30, 9 January 2014
  • ...the genus ''Macrovipera'', found in Greece on the islands of the Cyclades Archipelago in the Aegean sea.
    167 B (24 words) - 03:27, 6 September 2009
  • In the Pacific region of [[Melanesia]], the '''Bismarck Archipelago''' comprises a large number of islands off the coast of [[New Guinea]]. ...ago Campaign''' comprised the battles for several island groups within the archipelago: the Admiralty Islands, New Britain, New Ireland, and some smaller islands
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  • ...lude>[[Republic]] in the [[Pacific Ocean]], comprising of 80 islands in an archipelago 1,750 kilometres north-east of [[Australia]].
    162 B (18 words) - 15:23, 17 February 2014
  • A large, democratic nation of [[Southeast Asia]], consisting of an archipelago of over 7,000 islands, with many cultures, religions and languages.
    182 B (23 words) - 03:53, 11 February 2010
  • An archipelago of islands in the Saint Lawrence River, stretching for approximately 80 kil
    179 B (21 words) - 01:29, 29 October 2009
  • Southern Atlantic archipelago of over 200 islands; British Overseas Territory claimed by Argentina as the
    180 B (21 words) - 18:40, 11 November 2013
  • ...serts and steppes of North Africa, the Near and Middle East, and the Milos Archipelago in the Aegean Sea.
    190 B (29 words) - 03:23, 6 September 2009
  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Hochelaga Archipelago]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|Archipelago}}
    529 B (68 words) - 22:14, 11 January 2010
  • {{r|Bismarck Archipelago}}
    212 B (26 words) - 16:10, 1 February 2011
  • ...ampaign, by the U.S., against a Japanese base at Rabaul in the [[Bismarck Archipelago]] in World War II, to neutralize it without the need for [[amphibious warfa
    244 B (37 words) - 16:18, 1 February 2011
  • An island in the Marianas archipelago in the western Pacific Ocean, part of the [[Commonwealth of the Northern Ma
    308 B (48 words) - 22:36, 12 September 2009
  • ...Riskilö will become part of a peninsula that connects the islands of the archipelago with the main land.
    614 B (87 words) - 08:18, 14 September 2013
  • ...y between Europe and North Africa; of the four main islands of the Maltese Archipelago, Gozo, Malta and Kummuna are inhabited and Filfla is not.
    278 B (40 words) - 06:13, 12 August 2008
  • ...or trading port due its location. It was granted independence in 1975. The archipelago is divided into windward (Barlovento) and leeward (Sotavento) islands, and
    673 B (96 words) - 05:37, 7 January 2014
  • ...st, Remu will become part of a peninsula that connects the islands of the archipelago with the main land.
    652 B (92 words) - 08:28, 14 September 2013
  • '''Cornwallis Island''' is an Island in the [[Canadian Arctic Archipelago]], adjacent to the [[Northwest Passage]].
    335 B (48 words) - 17:28, 11 August 2008
  • The '''Hochelaga Archipelago''', also known as the '''Montreal Islands''' is a group of islands at the c ...4,<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.britannica.com/eb/topic-268541/Hochelaga-Archipelago |title=Encyclopedia Britannica |accessdate=2008-01-11 |format=HTML |work=On
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  • ...itat limited to the Lesser Sunda Islands, including Komodo, in the [[Malay Archipelago]] in Indonesia; they are carnivorous, cannibalistic, carrion-eating, and ha
    418 B (56 words) - 21:55, 10 October 2008
  • {{r|Canadian Arctic Archipelago}}
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  • {{r|Canadian Arctic Archipelago}}
    504 B (66 words) - 01:00, 12 January 2010
  • {{r|Canadian Arctic Archipelago}}
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  • {{r|Hochelaga Archipelago}}
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  • ...British governments, as the Condominium of the New Hebrides. In 1980, the archipelago declared its independence within the [[Commonwealth of Nations]], as Vanuat
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  • {{r|Canadian Arctic Archipelago}}
    544 B (72 words) - 21:16, 11 January 2010
  • {{r|Canadian Arctic Archipelago}}
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  • {{r|Hochelaga Archipelago}} {{r|Hochelaga Archipelago}}
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  • ...reds of Islands, some of them quite large, known as the '''Canadian Arctic Archipelago'''.
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  • {{r|Hochelaga Archipelago}}
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  • {{r|Canadian Arctic Archipelago}} {{r|Hochelaga Archipelago}}
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  • The '''Comoros''' is a federal [[republic]] located on an archipelago in the [[Indian Ocean]], consisting of three islands; Grande Comore (Ngazid
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  • ...the north-west coast of continental [[Europe]]. This north-east Atlantic [[archipelago]] comprises the very large islands of [[Great Britain]] and [[Ireland (isla ...ast of continental Europe which included Britain and Ireland: the Atlantic archipelago..." Lambert, Peter; Phillipp Schofield (2004). Making History: An Introduct
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  • {{r|Chagos Archipelago}}
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  • ...7,107 islands in the western [[Pacific Ocean]]. It is a part of the Malay Archipelago, the largest in the world. It stretches from the southern part of China to
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  • ...n Valley]] in the [[Interior of British Columbia]]. The [[Gulf Islands]] [[archipelago]] is home to many cottages and residences.
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  • ...d Territories|state]] of the [[United States of America]] consisting of an archipelago in the [[Pacific Ocean]]. Hawaii became the 50th state to join the USA on A The smallest of the 8 main islands in the archipelago. Uninhabited.
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  • ...land]] to the west by the [[Irish Sea]]. It is the largest island in the [[archipelago]] known as the [[British Isles]], with an area of 218,595 km² (93,282 squa
    942 B (139 words) - 14:42, 25 January 2013
  • ...serts and steppes of North Africa, the Near and Middle East, and the Milos Archipelago in the Aegean Sea.<ref name="McD99"/> These snakes are responsible for a nu ...s in North Africa, east to Pakistan, Kashmir and India, north to the Milos Archipelago (Greece) in the Aegean Sea, Armenia and Dagestan (Russia). To the south, th
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  • '''Saipan''' is an island in the Marianas archipelago in the western Pacific Ocean. Its location is at a latitude of 15.25° nort
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  • ...Republic of Seychelles''' is an island nation in the [[Indian Ocean]]. The archipelago lies northeast of [[Madagascar]] and 1,000 miles east of [[Kenya]]. With a ...0 on its slopes. The granite composition of the main islands is unique for archipelagos.
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  • {{r|Archipelago}}
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  • The Haparanda Archipelago National Park (Swedish: Haparanda skärgårds nationalpark), that opened in
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  • ...near the surface. They are found in southeast Asia and the Indo-Australian archipelago. In the main they are insectivores, but will take flake foods. Give them a
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  • 180 km offshore are the islands of the Con Dao archipelago, of which '''Con Son''' was an infamous prison going back to the days of [[
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  • {{r|Archipelago}}
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  • '''Fiji''' is a [[republic]] located on an archipelago in the [[Pacific Ocean]], consisting of two main islands; Viti Levu and Van
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  • ...]: ''Republik Indonesia''), is a country in [[Southeast Asia]]. It is an [[archipelago]] of more than 17,000 islands, currently the fourth most populous country i
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  • ...inhabited until the first wave of settlers arrived from the [[Indonesia]]n archipelago around 350 BC via outrigger canoes. The diverse origins of the population o
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  • ...sh]] Overseas Territory of the [[Turks and Caicos Islands]] is part of the archipelago, but not of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas. ...of 29 islands, 661 [[cay|cays]] (pronounced "keys"), and 2,387 rocks. The archipelago extends about 885 km (550 miles) from the Little Bahama Bank near Florida s
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  • ...nae|viper]] [[species]] found in [[Greece]] on the islands of the Cyclades Archipelago in the [[Aegean sea]]. No subspecies are currently recognized.<ref name="IT The [[Greece|Grecian]] islands of the Cyclades Archipelago in the [[Aegean Sea]]: [[Milos]] and the three smaller, adjacent islands of
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  • *Wallace AR. 1868. A catalogue of the Cetoniidae of the Malayan Archipelago, with descriptions of the new species, London: Entomological Society. *Wallace AR. (1869) ''The Malay Archipelago: The Land of the Orang-utan, and the Bird of Paradise. A Narrative of Trave
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  • {{r|Archipelago}}
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  • ...he eastern two-thirds of the island of Hispaniola, in the Greater Antilles archipelago. Bordered by [[Haiti]] to the west, the Dominican Republic is the second la
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  • ...ndated territory also included New Britain and New Ireland in the Bismarck Archipelago and Buka and Bougainville in the northern Solomons. It was, in addition, re
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  • ...iddle East]] and a member of the [[Gulf Co-operation Council]]. It is an [[archipelago]] of 36 low-lying islands situated in the [[Persian Gulf]], with [[Saudi Ar
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  • ...d from their boats, Magellan gave the name “Islands of Thieves” to the archipelago. Ten days later, the fleet reached the island of Samar in the Archipelago of San Lazaro, today known as the [[Philippines]], and then proceeded to th
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  • It is three-hundred mile archipelago consisting of 14 islands, with a total land area of 183.5 square miles, wit
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  • '''Baffin Island''' is the largest island in the [[Canadian Arctic Archipelago]].<ref name=UGuelphBaffin>
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  • ...ain of islands that are [[geography|geographcally]] related is called an [[archipelago]], and small islands which generally do not support [[life]] are [[islet]]s
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  • ...e [[Western Caroline Islands]] on the western [[Pacific rim]]. The Palau [[archipelago]] consists of more than 350 islets most of which are remnants of a [[tecton ...one of these island arcs systems. The 350 islands and islets of the Palau archipelago constitute the southernmost exposure of the Kyushu Palau Ridge.<ref name="
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  • ...at represents an important historical source for the early history of this archipelago. From Madeira Cadamosto proceeded to the Canary Islands and from there to [ ...mosto, this incident led to the discovery of two islands of the Cape Verde archipelago, but his claim has been disputed by some historians. Since the islands were
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  • ...in World War II. Rabaul is in the [[Admiralty Islands]] of the [[Bismarck Archipelago]].<ref>{{citation | title = Bismarck Archipelago 1943-1944
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  • ...what became Portugal’s first overseas colony. In 1433 the islands of the archipelago were donated for life to Henry by the new king, his brother Duarte. The don ...uer the pagan islands, but the king refused. Another squadron attacked the archipelago (probably Tenerife) in 1434, ending in new failure.
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  • ...50,000 vessels yearly, would be required to reroute around the Indonesian archipelago through Lombok Strait, located between the islands of Bali and Lombok, or t
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  • The '''Falkland Islands''' are an [[archipelago]] in the southern [[Atlantic Ocean]], comprising over 200 islands including ...e following year, the British landed on the western island and claimed the archipelago in its entirety, apparently unaware of the French settlement in the east.<r
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  • ...ro><u>See for example</u>: Wallace A. (1863) Varieties of Man in the Malay Archipelago. The Anthropological review, Volume 1, pp. 441.-444. | [http://books.google ...ool.org/library/books/geo/travel/TheMalayArchipelagoVolume1/toc.html Malay Archipelago Volume 1] ''The World Wide School''. August 2001. Seattle, Washington.
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  • The '''Solomon Islands''' are an independent republic, made up of a archipelago of islands in the South Pacific Ocean, southeast of [[Papua New Guinea]] an
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  • ...are, with the French territory of the [[Kerguelen Islands]] (or Kerguelen Archipelago, 440 km north-west) the only exposed portions of the submarine [[Kerguelen
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  • The '''Mariana Islands''' (also '''Marianas Islands''') are an [[archipelago]] in the north-west [[Pacific Ocean]], divided between the Commonwealth of
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  • ...from the type locality: Nokra (Nocra) Island, which is part of the Dakhlak Archipelago, off the coast of Eritrea in the Red Sea.<ref name="McD99"/>
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  • The '''Thousand Islands''' is an [[archipelago]] of [[island]]s in the [[Saint Lawrence River]], stretching for approximat
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  • ** The '''''[[Balearic Islands]]''''' (''les Illes Balears, les Illes''), an archipelago and an autonomous region comprising [[Menorca]], [[Mallorca]] and [[Ibiza|E
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  • ...sess the entire Mindanao peninsula. Due to the Spanish colonization of the archipelago and continued efforts by the Jesuit priests to Christianize and educate the
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  • ...pany. 329 pp. 89 plates.</ref> However, its distribution in the Indonesian archipelago is still being elucidated.<ref name="Bel97">Belt P, Warrell DA, Malhotra A,
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  • ...ean 1,260 nm (2,334 km) northwest of Honolulu near the end of the Hawaiian Archipelago, about one-third of the way from Honolulu to Tokyo. The [[U.S. Navy]] base
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  • ...entists. Wallace studied the distribution of flora and fauna in the Malay Archipelago in the [[19th century]]. With the exception of Wallace and a few others, p
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  • ...there, it flows through the [[Thousand Islands]] and then the [[Hochelaga Archipelago]], which includes the island of [[Montreal]]. At Montreal, the river widens
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  • * [[Archipelago]] * [[Hochelaga Archipelago]]
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  • ...he theory was shifted northward, to be an all-sea route through the Arctic Archipelago around the north of [[Canada]]. The earliest of the explorations were base ...ssage. Finally, after two winters, the Gjoa reached the end of the Arctic Archipelago on August 17th, 1905. Having no other means of notifying the world of his
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  • ...he theory was shifted northward, to be an all-sea route through the Arctic Archipelago around the north of [[Canada]]. The earliest of the explorations were base ...ssage. Finally, after two winters, the Gjoa reached the end of the Arctic Archipelago on August 17th, 1905. Having no other means of notifying the world of his
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  • ...s also a set of highly divergent [[dialect]]s spoken across the Japanese [[archipelago]] which often bear scant resemblance to one another; likewise, the other [[
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  • ...f the [[United Kingdom]]. It is at the southeastern end of the [[Bahamas]] archipelago and north of the nation of [[Haiti]].
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  • ...the war, she shuttled troops and cargo between islands in the Phililppine archipelago.
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  • ...s, traffic, social services, and health care. [[Åland]], a demilitarized archipelago in the Baltic Sea, is an exception among the provinces with a high level of
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  • ...had no significant great power enemies, but had a serious threat from an "archipelago of rogue states (some connected with transnational terrorists) wielding [[w
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  • ...he kingdom of [[Gujarat]] annexed them. Some of the oldest edifices of the archipelago &ndash; the [[Elephanta Island|Elephanta Caves]] and the [[Banganga Tank|Wa
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  • ...ts and steppes of northern Africa, the Near and Middle East, and the Milos Archipelago in the Aegean Sea.
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  • ...e middle of the sea called Fisherman's Horizon. To the south is the Centra archipelago, a continent now almost totally destroyed but for the house of a sorceress
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  • ...on: "one might really fancy that from an original paucity of birds in this archipelago, one species had been taken and modified for different ends." ...and developed the [[hypothesis]] that where every island in the Galápagos Archipelago had its own kind of [[tortoise]], these had originated from a single tortoi
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  • ...sion and occupation of Panay, Cebu, Negros and several islands in the Sulu Archipelago. These islands provided bases for the U.S. [[Fifth Air Force|Fifth]] and [[
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  • |Red Sea island between Yemen and Eritrea (Dahlak Archipelago).
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  • ...participate in the first act of the dramatic "return" to the Philippine [[archipelago]].
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  • ...ugh not traditionally associated with Acadia, the [[Magdalen Islands]], an archipelago of 9 small islands belonging to Quebec, also have historical ties with Acad
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  • ...on the [[St Lawrence River]] and is the largest island in the [[Hochelaga Archipelago]], a group of over 230 islands at the confluence of the [[Saint Lawrence Ri
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  • ...tion] - the highest proportion of residents from the [[North East Atlantic Archipelago]] in New Zealand - with another 9.5 per cent of Nelson residents born overs
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  • ...ography of 11,000 years ago sites Atlantis in the [[Antarctica|Antarctic]] archipelago - technically in the [[South Atlantic Ocean]] - where it would have been dr
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  • ...the [[Canary Islands]], the ships arrived at the island of Santiago in the archipelago of Cape Verde. The journey resumed on 3 August, with the ships sailing sout
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  • ...independence, France moved its test range to French islands in the Tuamoto Archipelago in the Western Pacific. Typical monitoring scenarios for tests in 1968 and
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  • ...ar Omar Khan | date = October 2009}}</ref> He argues for what he calls an "archipelago" of pacified areas, which recalls the "oil spot: metaphor of [[pacification
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  • |Persian Gulf to Indian Ocean, South China Sea, Indo-Australian archipelago and the western Pacific<ref name="Cyb"/>
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  • ...name="Dit37"/> However, the distribution of this species in the Indonesian archipelago is still being elucidated.<ref name="Bel97">Belt P ,et al.'' (1997) Russell
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  • ...er|Narmada]], the [[Krishna River|Krishna]] and the Tapti. India has three archipelagos &mdash; [[Lakshadweep]], which lies off the southwestern coast; the volcan
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  • South Africa also has one possession, the small sub-antarctic archipelago of the [[Prince Edward Islands]], consisting of Marion Island (290 km²/112
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  • ...sion and occupation of Panay, Cebu, Negros and several islands in the Sulu Archipelago. These islands provided bases for the U.S. Fifth and Thirteenth Air Forces
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  • Shipwrecked on the uninhabited archipelago of Bermuda, over a period of 10 months, the leaders of the Third Supply and
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  • ...independence, France moved its test range to French islands in the Tuamoto Archipelago in the Western Pacific. Typical monitoring scenarios for tests in 1968 and
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  • ...;<ref>{{cite book| last=Solzhenitsyn |first= Aleksandr I.| title=The Gulag Archipelago| publisher=Harper Perennial Modern Classics|id=ISBN 0-06-000776-1}}</ref> E
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