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seascape

[′sē‚skāp]
(oceanography)
The surrounding sea as it appears to an observer.
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The Seascape project will be the first of its kind in the UK - HLF's first marine Landscape Partnership.
SEASCAPE is designed to establish a recommended dose based on safety and tumor biomarkers for CRS-207 and epacadostat in Phase 1 followed by expansion into Phase 2 which will evaluate the combination at the recommended (or identified) dose level compared to CRS-207 alone.
Dylan Thomas' Boathouse * You could own your very own Seascape apartment
Moreover, Seascape had less cycling, meaning it provided fruit steadily throughout the test period, and continued producing it for about six months after starling to flower.
Students work on the inside seascape first, then they start drawing again, adding sea grass, small fish, seaweed and maybe even a mermaid outside the fish, in the background.
First produced four years after All Over (1971), a somber portrayal of the death of a family patriarch and its impact on the various survivors, Seascape can be viewed as a lighter, more optimistic version of the earlier play's preoccupation with human mortality.
Swiss-Swedish power and automation technology group ABB said on Monday (12 December) that its unit in Karlskrona, Sweden had secured a SEK75m order for cables from the UK company SeaScape Energy Ltd.
The SeaScape wind farm, given the green light by the government 18 months ago, is due to be in operation by the end of 2006.
Or use small specimens to create a seascape in a large, shallow bowl that can be set on a patio or tabletop.
The Bowes Museum exhibition positions Boudin within the tradition of seascape painting that embraced, which serves to highlight just how much impressionism was indebted to the experimentation of earlier northern European painters.
What it says of most importance to me is that if we are to conserve and manage coral reefs, we have to make our plans at a much larger scale than we have been, taking into account the whole seascape and the adjacent land areas.
Built on the foundation of IBM's Seascape Storage Enterprise Architecture, Shark works with Windows NT, UNIX, Novell NetWare, S/390 and AS/400 -- and with a variety of interfaces, including Fibre Channel, Ultra SCSI and ESCON.