Definition of Sealines

1. Noun. (plural of sealine) ¹



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Definition of Sealines

1. sealine [n] - See also: sealine

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sealines

sealegs
sealer
sealeries
sealers
sealery
sealess
sealgh
sealghs
sealife
sealift
sealifted
sealifting
sealifts
sealike
sealine
sealines (current term)
sealing
sealing-wax
sealing material
sealing washer
sealing wax
sealings
sealion
sealions
sealless
seallike
seals
sealship
sealskin
sealskin tent

Literary usage of Sealines

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1. The United States and Southeast Asia: A Policy Agenda for a New by Robert Kerrey, Robert A. Manning (2001)
"... and Indonesia) SLOC sealines of Communication SLORC State Law and Order Restoration Council (B urma/Myanmar) SPDC State Peace and Development Council (B ..."

2. Command in NATO After the Cold War: Alliance, National and Multinational edited by Thomas-Durell Young (1999)
"... even though the Alliance's focus was on the Central Region, there was still considerable concern over the Alliance's vulnerable Atlantic sealines of ..."

3. In the Shadow of Giants: The Major Powers and the Security of Southeast Asia by Anthony James Gregor (1989)
"Tokyo is well aware that effective deterrence against Soviet misadventure, defense of the sealines of communication in East Asia, and credible conflict ..."

4. Worldwide Military Threats: Implications for U. S. Forces (1992)
"... The People's Republic of China The United States and Security Issues in East Asia facilities in proximity to the major sealines. ..."

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