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Komandorski Islands

[ kom-uhn-dawr-skee ahy luhndz, kom- ]
/ ˈkɒm ənˈdɔr ski ˈaɪ ləndz, ˌkɒm- /
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noun (used with a plural verb)
a group of islands in the Bering Sea, in NE Russia, E of the Kamchatka Peninsula: U.S.-Japan naval battle, 1943.
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Also Ko·man·dor·ski·ye Is·lands [kaw-mahn-dawr-skee-yi ahy luhndz]. /kɔ mɑnˈdɔr ski yɪ ˈaɪ ləndz/.
Also called Com·mand·er Is·lands [kuh-man der ahy luhndz] /kəˈmæn dər ˈaɪ ləndz/ .

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