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landlocked

1. (of a country) completely surrounded by land
2. (esp of lakes) completely or almost completely surrounded by land
3. (esp of certain salmon) living in fresh water that is permanently isolated from the sea

landlocked

[′land‚läkt]
(geography)
Pertaining to a harbor which is surrounded or almost completely surrounded by land.
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O'Brien said he had come before the board at Tuesday night's meeting to have a "meeting of the minds" before any formal plans were initiated, and offered the town an access way to the landlocked conservation land, as well as the possibility of a large area of wetlands contained on the property.
The benefits of economic growth have, for too long, been concentrated mainly in our prosperous coastal communities - with landlocked countries and areas facing challenges of prohibitive costs and complex logistics to get their goods and services to market, and to access regional and global production and supply chains," said Dr.
Since it gained independence from Sudan in July this year, the landlocked South Sudan has been shifting its dependency on Port Sudan in north Sudan to the port of Mombasa.
SEA Scouts from Solihull found themselves well and truly landlocked after they pitched camp at the NEC.
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Aregua looks out over lovely Lake Ypacarai, an important attraction and resource in landlocked Paraguay; fishing, windsurfing and other watersports can be arranged.
It is on the vital Shatt al Arab waterway, the confluence of the Tigris and the Euphrates - without which Iraq would be effectively landlocked.
Neil Ford looks at the implications of being landlocked in Africa's volatile areas.
Landlocked Bolivia lost access to the Pacific Ocean in the late 1800s to Chile, which seized control of the coast as booty after winning a war against Peru and Bolivia.
A 600-strong force poured into the tiny landlocked kingdom, which is surrounded by South Africa, to put down an army mutiny at the request of the prime minister.