Examples from the Web for antarctica
Michael Clinton, president of marketing at Hearst, just ran a marathon in Antarctica.Joanna Coles: Why Cosmopolitan Does Sexy and Serious So Well|Lloyd Grove|August 22, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Another, Autosub-2, was trapped as it explored life beneath permanent ice shelves around Antarctica in 2005.
They went AWOL all around the world—from the waters around Antarctica to just off a Japanese Island—for a host of reasons.
Let's hope he didn't get frostbite - here's the science of getting naked in antarctica.Nude At The South Pole, It's Alexander Skarsgard, NOT Prince Harry (This Time!)|Tom Sykes|January 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
On December 6, Liautaud and his teammate Doug Stoup, set off from Antarctica on a 640-kilometer ski journey to the South Pole.
The English and the Norwegian expeditions found no rain even at the edge of Antarctica.Meteorology|Charles Fitzhugh Talman
Antarctica wanted temperature lowered from a nighttime norm of 62° Fahrenheit to 57.6°.It's All Yours|Sam Merwin
The billows thus had a stretch of unbroken ocean from the frozen continent of Antarctica.The Boy With the U. S. Life-Savers|Francis Rolt-Wheeler
They haunt the coasts of Antarctica and are seldom found at any distance from them.The Home of the Blizzard|Douglas Mawson
So right now his whole crew is very busy trying to melt down Antarctica.Martyr|Alan Edward Nourse
British Dictionary definitions for antarctica
Word Origin and History for antarctica
continent name attributed to Scottish cartographer John George Bartholomew (1860-1920), who used it on a map published 1887. From antarctic (q.v.). Hypothetical southern continents had been imagined since antiquity; first sighting of Antarctica by Europeans probably was 1820 (Lazarev and Bellingshausen). Also cf. Antipodes.