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and several isolated islands to the north (Niutoputapu, Tafahi, and Niuafoo). The
highest point, 3,380 ft (1,030 m), is reached on Kao, while just to the east the
ocean plunges to a depth of over 35,000 ft in the Tonga Deep. The climate is
Arab raids across the Oxus 3:629f; map 637 kingdoms, peoples, and cultures 18:
794a -Timur's military conquest base 18:424d Transpacific Race, or HoNoLULU
RACE, one of the world's oldest major ocean races for sailing yachts, ...
He believed that the Earth was once completely covered by the oceans and that,
with time, all the minerals were precipitated out of the water into distinct layers,
forming the various rocks and minerals. Abraham Werner, engraving by Johann ...
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