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Oceanian

[‚ō·shē′an·ē·ən]
(ecology)
Of or pertaining to the zoogeographic region that includes the archipelagos and islands of the central and south Pacific.
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This high variation in AT contents within the Indo-Pacific lineage is also evident in comparison with other areas; within the North Pacific (Pacific Northwest) and Oceanian groups, AT contents vary by 3.7% (from 62.3% in Haliotis discus hannai to 66.0% in Haliotis gigantea) and 1.4% (from 64.7% in Haliotis roei to 66.1% in Haliotis laevigata), respectively (Table 1).
The share of Australia and Oceanian countries in Russia's total trade (exports and imports) declined from 0.23% in the 1st quarter of 2015 to 0.17% in the 1st quarter of 2016.
Daniel Hung delivered a super consistent performance for a 1-2 finish for Singapore in the IODA Optimist Asian & Oceanian Championship 2015 at Katara on Friday.
The single European currency temporarily hit a three-week low against the yen in early Oceanian trading.
Under 'JENESYS 2', the Government of Japan aims to provide opportunities for approximately 30,000 youths from the Asian and Oceanian regions to participate in related youth exchange programmes.
As deputy director general of the Asian and Oceanian Affairs Bureau, Saiki worked with Abe, when he was deputy chief Cabinet secretary, on the repatriation in 2002 of five Japanese who had been abducted by North Korea and the settlement of their North Korean-born children in Japan.
Oceanian champions Auckland City (NZL) vs the J-League champion club to be decided (JPN)
Aziz was awarded the Outstanding Achievement Epilepsy Award by ILAE's Commission on Asian and Oceanian Affairs
Hassan Aziz has been conferred with the Asian and Oceanian Outstanding Achievement Epilepsy Award, to honour his Extraordinary Contribution Towards Epilepsy, in the region.
said it has received more reservations than last year for flights to Hawaii and Oceanian destinations.
Akitaka Saiki, director general of the Japanese Foreign Ministry's Asian and Oceanian Affairs Bureau, and Ning Fukui, director general of the Chinese Foreign Ministry's Boundary and Ocean Affairs Department, attended the meeting to discuss the treaty, which is expected to reflect a 2008 bilateral accord.
Coordinator and editor respectively for Manahine Pasetika, the Association of Oceanian Women Theologians, Filemoni-Tofaeono and Johnson offer an integrated theological response to violence against women in Oceania.