Unalaska

[oo-nuh-las-kuh, uhn-uh-las-]
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Contemporary Examples of unalaska

  • Still, there are people in Unalaska who are taking precautions, despite all the exhortations stating that they're not necessary.

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    Radiation Plume Hits Alaska

    Alexandra Gutierrez

    March 18, 2011

  • For the past week, Unalaska—the most populous island on the Aleutian Chain—has seen jaw-dropping sunrises.

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    Radiation Plume Hits Alaska

    Alexandra Gutierrez

    March 18, 2011

  • Unalaska—better known to outsiders as Dutch Harbor, thanks to the reality series Deadliest Catch—is pretty remote.

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    Radiation Plume Hits Alaska

    Alexandra Gutierrez

    March 18, 2011

Historical Examples of unalaska

  • Then, after many days out from Unalaska we began to look for land.

    A Woman who went to Alaska

    May Kellogg Sullivan

  • In 1884, a rainfall of sixty-four inches was registered at Unalaska.

  • Soon as we sight land, which'll be Unalaska or thereabouts, he'll have the course changed.

    A Man to His Mate

    J. Allan Dunn

  • She was on her way to Unalaska, and had been eager to land at Belkoffski, where she was born.

    Alaska

    Ella Higginson

  • We sailed into the lovely bay of Unalaska on the fourth day of July.

    Alaska

    Ella Higginson