Antarctic Peninsula

The northernmost part of the mainland of Antarctica.

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  • Antarctic Peninsula — map. Location o …   Wikipedia

  • Antarctic Peninsula — peninsula in Antarctica, extending toward South America: c. 800 mi (1,287 km) long …   English World dictionary

  • Antarctic Peninsula —   [ænt ɑːktɪk pɪ nɪnsjʊlə], englischer Name der Antarktischen Halbinsel …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Antarctic Peninsula — a peninsula in Antarctica, S of South America. Cf. Graham Land, Palmer Peninsula. * * * ▪ peninsula, Antarctica also called  Palmer Peninsula,  Graham Land , or  Tierra de O Higgins        peninsula claimed by Britain, Chile, and Argentina. It… …   Universalium

  • Antarctic Peninsula — noun a large peninsula of Antarctica that extends some 1200 miles north toward South America; separates the Weddell Sea from the South Pacific • Syn: ↑Palmer Peninsula • Instance Hypernyms: ↑peninsula • Part Holonyms: ↑Antarctica, ↑Antarctic… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Antarctic Peninsula — or formerly Palmer Peninsula geographical name peninsula about 700 miles (1126 kilometers) long W Antarctica S of S end of South America …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Antarctic Peninsula — Antarc′tic Penin′sula n. geg a peninsula in Antarctica, S of South America Compare Graham Land,Palmer Peninsula …   From formal English to slang

  • Antarctic Peninsula — /æntˌaktɪk pəˈnɪnʃələ/ (say ant.ahktik puh ninshuhluh) noun the largest peninsula of Antarctica, located between the Weddell Sea and the Pacific. Formerly (until 1964), Palmer Peninsula …   Australian English dictionary

  • Antarctic cod — Antarctic toothfish, Antarctic cod Dissostichus mawsoni in McMurdo Sound Scientific classification Kingdom …   Wikipedia

  • Antarctic Sound — (coord|63|20|S|056|45|W|) is a body of water about 48 km (30 mi) long and from 11 to 19 km (7 to 12 mi) wide, separating the Joinville Island group from the northeast end of Antarctic Peninsula.The sound was named by the Swedish Antarctic… …   Wikipedia

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