All across the island, residents describe these maritime greetings as a normal practice.
Finally, he suggests “sailing NATO maritime forces into the Black Sea and setting up contingency plans for their use.”
According to maritime Bulletin, a Bangkok-based merchant-shipping website, the Alaed may have already visited in Syria in May.
He vows that it will create 250,000 jobs, lift Nicaragua out of poverty and make it the maritime capital of the world.
Lobanov hadn't seen the sea until he was 28, though he has some maritime roots—his great-grandfather was from the Greek islands.
There are two fountains upon the Place, dedicated, one to maritime, the other to Fluvial navigation.
Let us now go on to follow the peculiarities of the maritime law in other directions.
It does not have the protection of the high wall of the maritime Alps.
To west and south sweep the maritime Alps and the Apennines.
A remarkable circumstance connected with the maritime history of the Phœnicians was their jealousy of the influence of foreigners.
1540s, "of or pertaining to the sea," from Middle French maritime (16c.) or directly from Latin maritimus "of the sea, near the sea," from mare (genitive maris) "sea" (see mere (n.)) + Latin ending -timus, originally a superlative suffix (cf. intimus "inmost," ultimus "last"), here denoting "close association with." Maritimes "seacoast regions of a country" is from 1590s; specifically of the southeasternmost provinces of Canada by 1926.