Admiralty Range

Admiralty Range
a mountain range in Antarctica, NW of the Ross Sea.

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Universalium. 2010.

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  • Admiralty Mountains — /ædmərəlti ˈmaʊntənz/ (say admuhruhltee mowntuhnz) plural noun a mountain range in Antarctica, in Wilkes Land. Highest peak, Mount Sabine, 3719 m …   Australian English dictionary

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