Agreed Continental Shelf

Some articles on continental shelf, continental, continentals:

Malaysia–Thailand Border - Maritime Border - Gulf of Thailand/South China Sea
... The 1973 continental shelf boundary agreement between the two governments only covered the Straits of Malacca segment and did not cover the border in the Gulf of Thailand but on 24 ... The MOU established the continental shelf boundary from the northern end-point to 6°50′0″N 102°21′12″E / 6.833333°N 102.35333°E / 6.833333 102.35 ... the Resources of the Sea-Bed in a Defined Area of the Continental Shelf of the Two Countries in the Gulf of Thailand on 21 February 1979, followed by an Agreement on the Constitution and Other Matters ...
Continental - Automobile Models
... Lincoln Continental De Vaux Continental Triumph Continental by the Triumph Motor Company Rolls-Royce Phantom II Continental, a version of the Rolls-Royce Phantom II Bentley Continental (disambiguation) ...
USS Champion (1777)
... The Continental Navy xebec, Champion, commanded by Captain James Josiah, served in the Delaware River in a force composed of ships of the Continental and Pennsylvania State Navy during the American ...
Delaware In The American Revolution
... to the quota of one infantry regiment which was assigned to Delaware at various times by the Continental Congress ... from the other twelve states, formed the Continental Line ... Officers of the Continental Army below the rank of brigadier general were ordinarily ineligible for promotion except in the line of their own state ...
Metropolitan France - Continental France
... of Corsica, is sometimes referred to as "continental France" (French la France continentale), or just "the Continent" (French le continent) ... In Corsica, people from the continental part of Metropolitan France are referred to as "Continentals" (French les continentaux) ... A casual synonym for the continental part of Metropolitan France is l'Hexagone ("the Hexagon"), for its approximate shape, and the adjective hexagonal ...

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