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Oceania

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The islands of the southern, western, and central Pacific Ocean, including Melanesia, Micronesia, and Polynesia. The term is sometimes extended to encompass Australia, New Zealand, and the Malay Archipelago.

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It is difficult to get exact daily estimates for walkers on the Kokoda Trail. Figures indicate that, during the course of a whole week, there might be (at most) 160 walkers, especially during peak times such as the lead-up to ANZAC Day. The tour guides prefer to limit numbers to around 20 per group,…
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Countries in OceaniaOceania is not a continent but a region of the Pacific Ocean. It includes several nations and their territories, such as:AustraliaChristmas Island (Australian territory)Cocos Island (Australian territory)New ZealandNorfolk Island (Australian territory)East TimorFijiIndonesia (a f…
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QUEENSLAND is a part of Australia which is Oceania
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I doubt that the concept of Oceania exists in the Aboriginal language. besides there is no tradition of writing the language so the spelling would be the same as that used in English.
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The literacy rate in Guam is estimated to be around 99 percent. Literacy in Guam is defined as anyone over the age of 15 who can read and write a simple sentence.
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The term Girmitiya was and is in use for Identifying Indenture System
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You are probably thinking of Australasia.
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Tahiti is located in the south central Pacific, about 2400 miles south east of Hawaii. Tahiti is located by Fiji. It is a smallish island, and is shaped oddly. Here is a picture of it:So... Yeah, Tahiti is located in the pacific ocean.
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Fiji is located in Melanesia, NE of Australia. __________________________________ Fiji is a Republican country located in the South Pacific Region. It is east of Australia, north of New Zealand and west of Tonga. The island state of Fiji is located in the South West Pacific, situated midway bet…
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The average flight time from Boston to Guam is about 21 hours. United and Delta airlines offer flights out of Boston to Guam.
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Hagatna (Agana) The capital of Guam is Hagatna (Agana). Founded by Spain in 1668, Agana can lay claim to being the oldest “European” city in the Pacific. It is the capital of Guam. The current Chamorro name, Hagatna, officially replaced Agana in 1998.
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The capital of Fiji is Suva. It is pronounced as "Soovah," and it is on the island of Vita Levu. ________________________________ The Capital of Fiji is Suva. Suva is in the Rewa Province and on the mainland of Viti Levu. The first capital of Fiji was Levuka before it was moved to the mainland Viti…
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The capital of Kiribati is South Tarawa. (Note: Kiribati is pronounced "kee-ree-bahss")
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No, it is a separate continent, but it has maritime borders with Asia. Australia is a continent which is also the smallest continent and Asia is the largest continent.
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The capital of Papua New Guinea is Port Moresby.Guinea's capital city is Conakry.
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The people of New Guinea are black because they have their roots in the African continent. The people of Africa are naturally black and that is why all their descendants have the same skin color.
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Tahiti is located by Fiji. It is a smallish island, and is shaped oddly. Here is a picture of it:Tahiti is considered to be a top ten vacation location in the world. It is well known for its beaches and scenery. It is located in Southern Pacific Ocean in French Polynesia.
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1719mi/ 2766km
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Yes. Africa, Europe, Asia, North America, South America, Antarctica and Australia.
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Fiji is a country in the South Pacific. The Population of the Republic of the Fiji Islands in 2004 stands at :840, 201.
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Natural resources: petroleum, tin, natural gas, nickel, timber, bauxite, copper, fertile soils, coal, gold, silver oh tyou'pojg 'ejpog
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If your question means how many prime ministers does Australia have at one time, then the answer is only one. If it refers to how many Prime Ministers Australia has had since Federation, then the answer is 32 as of 2012. 31 men and one woman have held the office of Prime Minister at some stage, but…
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There is no volcano that last erupted. There are active volcanos all over the world which are 'currently' erupting. The most active volcanoes are along fault lines and continental shelves.Probably the most active are located around the Pacific rim in locals like Hawaii and Indonesia.
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The Asian nation of Indonesia shares the island of New Guinea with Papua New Guinea, a nation of Oceania.
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It is not a continent, it is a geographical region, although it has to be said that more and more people seem to be using it as a continental term. It is sometimes used as a geopolitical term as well.
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Guam is in the western Pacific at 13 degrees north latitude and 144 degrees east longitude. It is the westernmost territory of the US. Guam is about 1,500 miles east of Manila, Philippines and Tokyo, Japan; and about 3,800 miles west of Honolulu, Hawaii.
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The islands that make up New Caledonia lie in the southwest Pacific Ocean, about 1,200 kilometres east of Australia and 1,500 kilometres northwest of New Zealand.
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Some of the islands and groups of in Oceania are self-governing republics. Others are possessions of the United States, France, and other countries.
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Oceania, group of 33 coral atolls in the Pacific Ocean, straddling the Equator; the capital Tarawa is about half way between Hawaii and Australia; note - on 1 January 1995, Kiribati proclaimed that all of its territory was in the same time zone as its Gilbert Islands group (UTC +12) even though the …
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You must be a student in Montgomery county public schools, are you not?
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There is no specific name for the islands of Oceania. They are sometimes called the islands of the South Pacific, and sometimes they are referred to as Australasia but Oceania comprises too large an area to restrict any island groups to another name. And no, another name for Oceania is not Australia…
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Peter Charles Paire O'Neill is the current Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea.Peter O'Neill was first appointed to the position of Prime Minister on 2011 August 2, by Governor General Sir Michael Ogio due to an extended illness of Prime Minister Sir Michael Thomas Somare. However, the Supreme court …
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no one is sure yet.
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Port Moresby is the capital of New Guinea, correctly known as Papua New Guinea.
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All other positions of defence between Australia and Japan had already fallen. This included Singapore and the Malay Peninsula. Essentially, Papua New Guinea was seen as the last bastion of defence between Australia and a Japanese invasion. If Japan took control of Port Moresby, in the south, it was…
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Cook Islands' capital is Avarua, located on the island of Rarotonga. Avarua's population is about 2,600.
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The northern half of Papua New Guinea was once known as German New Guinea after it came under German control in 1884, while the southern half was known as British New Guinea, later renamed to Papua in 1905. During WWI, the island was occupied by Australian troops to defend the British half. When the…
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The western, Indonesian half of the island known as New Guinea is Papua Barat (West Papua). 2 provinces in that area is Papua Province and Papua Barat Province.
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There is a lot of paperwork involved! Even if you married a US resident or even citizen that does not make you a us citizen. In fact, you could get into a lot of trouble if they deem that you purposely entered the US to get married to become a US citizen. Although it is possible. Your spouse would h…
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32 miles
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ever since
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All these countries (Islands) are located in the Pacific Ocean.
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NO, Alaska is a U.S. state... and Guam is a territory. Well that's assuming your talking about traveling from the U.S.
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It is the land under Asia
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a little more than 3800 Miles
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Bora Bora is an island in the Leeward group of the Society Islands of French Polynesia.
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Fiji was formed by a volcano and currently has three, koro, taveuni and nabukelevo. Fiji has no active volcanoes.
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It depends on their personalities and their nationality. Sometimes, it's based on religion. We also have what he call quinciañeras, or a ceremony celebrating a girl's fifteenth birthday, or the day when she is now considered a lady.
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As of July 2010, the estimated population of Papua New Guinea was 6,064,515.
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The United States acquired Guam by sending a single cruiser, the USS Charlestown, to capture the island. The Spanish on the island had no knowledge of the Spanish-American War and surrendered the island without resistance. Thus, the U.S. gained control of the island of Guam.
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It was effectively forced to as a loser of WWII - it had to restore its international standing and trade, by developing its links with others and making ammends. As a trade off, it pays the third highest contributions to the UN budget, after the US and Germany.
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New Caledonia is considered to be a continental island. It is located in the southwest Pacific Ocean and is a special collectivity of France.
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Ho Chi Minh City, Shanghai, Karachi, Rangoon, Bangkok all lie on mainland Asia coastline. For a start, Ho Chi Minh City, Karachi, and Shanghai are not the capital cities of their countries. Bangkok is not actually on the coast of Thailand nor is Rangoon actually on the coast of the Gulf of Martaban…
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There is only water between Guam and Japan. Southern Japan (airport code RNJ) is closest to Guam. The distance is about 1420 statute miles and can be travelled by ship or airplane. On a cruise ship it would take 4 days but on an jet airliner, it would take about 3 hours 15 minutes. On the other hand…
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Tahiti is in Europe. it is a island. Ommn baby> Class of 2015
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The Indian ocean the arctic oceanThe Atlantic and the Pacific.The Atlantic Ocean and the Pacific Ocean.
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Desert like and filled with black gold!!! OIL!! That's why the USA took it away from Iraq in Desert Storm.
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Though Tahiti is its own unique island, Tahiti is classified as being a part of the "continent" of Oceania, which is actually a collection of many small islands in the Pacific Ocean. It combines all of Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, as well as the thousands of coral atolls and volcanic i…
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Oceania comprises several dozen nations. Westernised nations such as Australia and New Zealand have similar Christmas traditions to those of the rest of the western world, but there are many smaller island nations which have their own unique traditions.
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The cash crops of Oceania include tropical fruits, coffee, sugar and coconut products. Oceania has rich volcanic soil along with ample rainfall.
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FIJI has foe ever been FIJI
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There is no zip codes in the Fiji Islands. Fiji does not follow American jurisdiction. Please refer to "What is the post code for suva city Fiji" for the appropriate answer to this question.
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According to the BBC the average yearly income in England is roughly £31,000. This isn't exact and I'm not sure if it's right, but I hope you find this useful.. I think £31, 000 is almost exactly 100% more than the true figure and ill explain how i think you've been deliberatly deceived and I'll …
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The US claimed it as a spoils of war after the Spanish American War in 1898.
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The Arabian Peninsula separates Africa from Asia
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Alaska alska.
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The Mariana Trench is located in the Pacific Ocean, just east of the 14 Mariana Islands (11"21' North latitude and 142" 12' East longitude ) near Japan. As you probably already know, it is the deepest part of the earth's oceans, and the deepest location of the earth itself. It was created by ocean-…
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it was 2004.
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The Caroline Islands are in the Pacific Ocean, SE of the Philippines.
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Australian tribal people, in their natural state are what is known as "hunter gatherer" people, they have a deep knowledge of the environment in which they live and use this to feed themselves on ANYTHING that is available, this will include wild fruits, roots, insects and animals. They will move a…
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Wallis & Futuna.North of Fiji would be Tuvalu, because Rotuma is north of vanua levu. So, Tuvalu is North of Fiji while Wallis & Futuna is North West of Vanua Balavu, Fiji.
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It is a place so it would be spelled New Guinea. For example; in spanish for America they say America or Americas.
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The 2007 census estimate of Fiji's population was 837,271. There are three-hundred islands in Fiji. These islands range in size from small coral atolls to large volcanic islands. Only about 100 of the islands are inhabited.
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The Misissippi
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Yes, since 1898.
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Comptoirs Francais du Pacifique franc (CFP) although the Euro is overtaking it.
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the chamorro word is guahan but the Americans couldn't get it so they said Guam
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the Easter island
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Her location is irrelevant; you can seek a divorce wherever you are located. Simply go to an attorney to get the ball rolling.
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The Chamorro, the indigenous peoples of Guam and the Mariana Islands, founded Guam. Portuguese explorer Ferdinand Magellan who sailed under the Spanish flag was lost on his way to the Spice Islands (Moluccas) in Indonesia, and happened upon Guam.
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The Cook Islands are in Oceania, in the South Pacific Ocean, about halfway between Hawaii and New Zealand. They are just east of Tonga and Fiji, and west of French Polynesia, in the ocean northeast of New Zealand.
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The Murray River of Australia is the longest river in Oceania. Many websites will incorrectly state that the longest river is the Murray-Darling but this is not a river. These are two separate rivers (the Murray and the Darling) which form part of a vast river system known as the Murray-Darling riv…
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Kava is part of Greece.
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Kickoff of the Super Bowl is traditionally at 1830 EST or UTC-5. Guam is located at UTC + 10, so kickoff would be the next day at 0830 local.
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No. Hawai'i is the most northern part of Polynesia. Hawaii is not part of any continent although it is politically part of the United States.
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Tahiti is not in Asia. Tahiti is technically considered to be on its continent and it is actually located right next to Asia and the French Polynesia.
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it is in solth america
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just like any tropical island. its nice and warm or it has a tropic storm.
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The middle sole of a boot provides the support the foot needs in the arch. Without the middle sole individuals with high arches would have discomfort while walking.
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Fiji is not part of any continent. It is a group of islands about 2,700 kilometers from Brisbane, on the east coast of the Australian continent, but it is part of Australia. Fiji is considered to be part of the region of Oceania, which is also not a continent. To read more about Fiji on Answers.co…
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Nigerian's vegetation ranges from tropics in the south to Savannah in the north.
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never dead In 1886 Quanah Parker was certified as presiding judge over the Kiowa-Comanche-Apache and the Wichita-Caddo reservations.
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Melanesia has a democracy.
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