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Cook Inlet

noun

  1. an inlet of the Gulf of Alaska. 150 miles (240 km) long.


Cook Inlet

noun

  1. an inlet of the Pacific on the coast of S Alaska: part of the Gulf of Alaska


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I went back to my hotel room and glumly ate some gummy bears, staring out over the placid Cook Inlet.

Turnagain Arm, the narrow branch of Cook Inlet just south of Anchorage, is a beautiful sight when it’s placid.

The work has been conducted with its main base at Anchorage, which is at the head of Cook Inlet.

Thus, the geographic ranges of the two subspecies would seem to overlap around the northern shores of Cook Inlet.

Construction was commenced in 1915, with Anchorage, on Cook Inlet, for a base.

The climate of Cook Inlet is more agreeable than that of any other part of Alaska.

Not being able to lighter it ashore, the steamer carried the bank to Cook Inlet.

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