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The narrow outlet of the Persian Gulf is the Strait of Hormuz.

That is the Strait of Hormuz

A strait is a narrow channel of water that connects two large bodies of water. A gulf is a large bay that is an arm of an ocean or sea.

Which gulf war? There were 3 of them.

Strait is narrow stretch of water joining 2 large bodies of water. Gulf is part of a large body of water that extends into a shoreline

That is 3 different waterways. - At the southern end of Persian Gulf is the Strait of Hormuz.

The Persian Gulf narrows into the Strait of Hormuz which then widens out to the Gulf of Oman and then that opens up into the Arabian Sea.

Arabian Gulf not exist, that is Persian Gulf and the strait name is, Strait of Hormuz.

The Strait of Hormuz connects Persian Gulf to Gulf of Oman.

Asia,under Iran and next to Iraq

In the approximate centre of Middle East.

The Strait of Hormuz connect Persian Gulf and Gulf of Oman.

The Strait of Hormuz separates it from the Persian Gulf.

There are many straits around the world, including the Strait of Georgia, Strait of Gibraltar, Korea Strait, Strait of Magellan, and the Strait of Hormuz. Each of these straits, which are narrow water passageways, connects two larger bodies of water. For example, the Strait of Hormuz connects Arabian Sea to the Persian Gulf.

Bahrain, Sharjah and Dubai are all small countries on the Persian Gulf.

The Persian Gulf is due east of the Arabian Peninsula, as is the Strait of Hormuz to the southeast, which leads to the Gulf of Oman and the Arabian Sea.

It is located in the approximate centre of the Middle East.

I believe that is the Strait of Hormuz going into the Gulf of Oman.

The Strait of Hormuz connects the Persian Gulf to the Gulf of Oman, which connects to the Indian Ocean.

Iran is north of the Persian Gulf and the Strait of Hormuz

No. St. Lawrence Seaway empties into the Gulf of St. Lawrence, which is a part of the Atlantic Ocean. The Bering Strait is at the northern end of the Pacific and leads to the Arctic Ocean.

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