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marine

1. of, found in, or relating to the sea
2. of or relating to shipping, navigation, etc.
3. of or relating to a body of seagoing troops
4. of or relating to a government department concerned with maritime affairs
5. shipping and navigation in general
6. a member of a marine corps or similar body
7. a picture of a ship, seascape, etc.

marine

[mə′rēn]
(oceanography)
Pertaining to the sea.
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Marco Conti, Director General of Civil Aviation, San Marino, continues: The Republic of San Marino is a rapidly expanding centre for business in Europe, the Middle East and Southeast Asia, and our partnership with Luxaviation is the ideal coupling of two ambitious, service-oriented organisations.
During a congressional hearing, Marino told Rannazzisi's boss the comments offended him "immensely," and the congressman even asked the Justice Department to investigate whether Rannazzisi had tried to "intimidate" members of Congress.
Consulate General in Florence is responsible for much of the day-to-day interaction with the government of San Marino as its consular district includes San Marino.
Currently, Marino is a member of the board of trustees of Wake Forest University and Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center.
Romans hooted recently when Marino stepped into Julius Caesar Hall for a city council hearing about the Panda debacle.
Burns made it 3-0 in the 64th minute as he calmly slotted home after racing on to Scott Tancock's long ball, before Bodin completed the rout after San Marino had failed to clear his initial corner.
Instead, San Marino pressed but Marco Bernardi failed to find the target.
Marino is also one of the one of the defendants in a 50 million-dollar lawsuit filed by whistleblower cop Adrian Schoolcraft, which claims Marino and other officers took him to a psych ward to discredit his claims of quotas in the 81st precinct in 2008.
With his retirement after the 1999 season, Marino threw himself into other work, pursuing a legacy that's more lifetime-achievement award than single-game trophy.
For countries like San Marino, Liechtenstein and Faroe Islands, there should be a qualifying round before the group stage because it's crazy that dates in the calendar are being taken up by matches like this one.
The papal helicopter touched down under sunny skies at Torraccia heliport, where the San Marino Bishop Luigi Negri greeted the pontiff before he boarded the Popemobile to ride to the village of Serravalle to celebrate mass and recite the Angelus prayer at a stadium.
MARINO has taken over as president and chief executive of Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey.