Recent Examples of seaway from the Web
After death, its carcass ended up back-first on the muddy floor of an ancient seaway, where its front half was preserved in 3-D with extraordinary detail.
The bank is seeking to divest of its subsidiaries in the Balkans and stakes in Hellenic Seaways and two Greek fish farms, Selonda and Nireus.
Scientists already have an idea of what life was like in the seaway, though.
A seaway is said to have split the continent into Western and Eastern halves and an unknown location of a land connection allowed the Triceratops to head east.
Since deep draft navigation opened on the St. Lawrence in 1959, more than two and a half billion tons of cargo, worth around $375 billion, have traversed the seaway.
Everybody knows there was a shallow seaway cutting across the continent during the Late Cretaceous.
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First Known Use of seaway
before 12th century
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