the Aleutians in a sentence
1. NCDU 1 went briefly to the Aleutians in 1943.
2. see Notes. On V-J-Day CB 114 was in the Aleutians.
3. NCDU 1 went briefly to the Aleutians in 1943.
4. It borders the Aleutians East Borough to the east.
5. The Aleutians' largest fishing fleet is based in Sand Point.
6. While in the Aleutians, he developed emphysema.
7. Her second patrol was also off the Aleutians.
8. Manila Bay steamed to the Aleutians in mid-August.
9. In April, Louisville steamed, via Pearl Harbor, to the Aleutians.
10. From Akutan eastward they are in the Aleutians East Borough.
11. Then, on 14 September, she sailed for the Aleutians.
12. On 24 August, Richmond departed the Aleutians;
13. That evening, she turned toward the Aleutians;
14. On 27 May, the submarine departed the Aleutians for the last time;
15. and, on 28 April she headed back to the Aleutians.
16. On 20 May, S-23 again sailed for the Aleutians.
17. The war in the Aleutians had begun.
18. This marked the end of the last Japanese hold in the Aleutians.
19. and then sailed north to the Aleutians.
20. The Japanese had invaded the Aleutians in June 1942.
21. Over the next few months, Wickes operated in the Aleutians.
22. On 8 August, Smalley sailed for the Aleutians.
23. Many active volcanoes are found in the Aleutians.
24. Washington said Port Moresby or the Aleutians in mid-June;
25. and, five years later, north, back to the Aleutians.
26. The Aleutians are home to many large colonies of seabirds.
27. The marine species occurs off the Aleutians.
28. Peter Kuzmich Krenitzin mapped the Aleutians before 1769.
29. he was raised in servitude by the Russians in the Aleutians.
30. The Aleutians East have also not voted Democratic since.
- coastal regions
- an occasionally smoldering volcano
- the most perfect volcanic cone
- Japan's Mount Fuji
- The chain
- a large region
- multiple states
- Canadian provinces
- continent building
- the world's largest tides
- tidal differences
- more than three million lakes
- northern, western and southwest flatlands
- Glacier ice
- The Bering Glacier
- 2,008 square miles
- 5,200 km
- October 1998
- the United States Bureau of Land Management
- approximately 65%
- the Bureau of Land Management
- 87 million acres
- 35 million hectares
- The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge
- the United States Fish and Wildlife Service
- 16 million acres
- 6.5 million
- 101 million acres
- 41 million
- the Alaska Statehood Act
- The University of Alaska
- Another 44 million acres
- 18 million hectares
- Individual Native
- about one percent
- Southeast Alaska