Marina

a docking facility for small ships and yachts.
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Marina

A marina (from Spanish, Portuguese marina and Italian marina, `coast` or `shore`) is a dock or basin with moorings and supplies for yachts and small boats. A marina differs from a port in that a marina does not handle large passenger ships or cargo from freighters. The word marina is also used for inland wharves on rivers and canals that are u...
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MARINA

MARINA is an NSA database and analysis toolset for intercepted Internet metadata (DNI in NSA terminology). The database stores metadata up to a year. According to documents leaked by Edward Snowden: `The Marina metadata application tracks a user`s browser experience, gathers contact information/content and develops summaries of target` and `[o...
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Marina

(from the article `Pericles`) ...starving people of Tarsus, Pericles is shipwrecked near Pentapolis, where he wins the hand of the beautiful Thaisa, daughter of King Simonides. As ...
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marina

[n] - a fancy dock for small yachts and cabin cruisers
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marina

noun a fancy dock for small yachts and cabin cruisers
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Marina

[genus] Marina is a genus of legumes. They are known as the false prairie clovers. Marina comprises the following species: ==External Links== ...
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Marina

[given name] Marina is a female given name, the feminine of Latin Marinus, from marinus `of the sea`, occurring in many European languages. A female given name Marina is also used in Japanese. == Religion == ==Arts== ==Politics and journalism== ==Sports== ==Others== == Characters == ...
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Marina

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Marina

[telenovela] Marina is a Spanish-language telenovela that aired on United States-based television network Telemundo. It premièred on October 16, 2006. The final original episode aired on Thursday, June 28, 2007 it is a remake of the Mexican María la del Barrio, María Mercedes, and Los Ricos También Lloran. Sandra Echeverría, in her fir...
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Marina

a docking facility for small ships and yachts.
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Marina

a docking facility for small ships and yachts.
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marina

An expensive place to moor a boat.
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marina

marina A waterway basin with moorings for small crafts and boats.
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Marina

Marina is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Marina

Marina is an Italian name for girls. The meaning is `star of the sea, beauty` The name Marina is most commonly given to Italian girls. (4 times more often than to American girls.) Use for the other sex: Marinus What do they use in other countries? Marne Maryn Marente Marenthe The name sounds like: Marin, Mariana, Marinn See also: Marine, Marnie
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Marina

Marina is daughter to Pericles and Thaisa in Pericles.
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Marina

Mexican Indian princess, one of a group of female slaves given as a peace offering to the Spanish conquistadors by the Tabascan Indians (1519); she ... [1 related articles]
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marina

specially designed harbour with moorings for pleasure craft. Many people have boats and these need moorings. In marinas they are moored such that they take up the least amount of space. Marinas are built in sheltered places, always near where people live. Marinas represent a non-destructive use of the water but they have to be built first. Fortunat...
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