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me ruh tahym

  • a  relating to or involving ships or shipping or navigation or seamen
    maritime law
  • s  bordering on or living or characteristic of those near the sea
    a maritime province
    maritime farmers
    maritime cultures

  • The disappearance of Arctic Sea, a cargo ship, off the coast of Britain has left authorities and maritime experts baffled.
  • Though maritime trade has been picking up recently due to a resumption in Chinese commodity imports, pushing up the Baltic Dry Index from its lows, the Maritime and Port Authority .
  • This is a maritime city so best get out on the water and take the half-day Peppermint Bay Cruise, tel: (61-3) 6231 5113, which departs from the Hobart Cruise Centre at Sullivan's .
News & Articles


  • Lamar Smith in The Press Association
    That Alaska has a very narrow maritime border between a foreign country, Russia, and on our other side, the land - boundary that we have with - Canada. It- it's funny that a comment like that was - kind of made to - I don't know, you know?... Sarah Palin Reuters Sep 25, 2008 61433 81967 maritime This Bill changes maritime law for everyone, not just those involved in the oil spill," said Lamar Smith, of Texas, the top Republican on the Judiciary Committee. "Clearly, we should have explored the consequences of that."
  • John Perkins in Forbes
    These maneuvers demonstrate our flexibility and capability to respond to threats to maritime security,said Navy Lt. John Perkins, 32, of Louisville, Ky., as the Stennis cruised about 80 miles off the United Arab Emirates after entering the...

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