Recent Examples of uninhabited from the Web
Such development is one reason that el-Sissi is pushing to build new cities in largely uninhabited desert areas, like the $45 billion New Administrative Capital 28 miles east of Cairo.
Authorities on Ishigaki have jurisdiction over a nearby group of tiny, uninhabited islands that Japan calls the Senkakus.
Rural groups propose relocating the animals to Tai A Chau, a tiny uninhabited island near Lantau that in British days was the site of a (now demolished) detention centre for Vietnamese refugees.
The Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument, established in 2006 by President George W. Bush, already covered 140,000 square miles of ocean around the uninhabited northwestern islands of Hawaii, Obama’s home state.
Over the years, the secluded spot on the uninhabited, 1,300-acre barrier island gained a quiet following.
What's Reopening Next Year:Caneel Bay, St. John - unknownThe Ritz-Carlton, St. Thomas - October 2018 This British Overseas Territory, nearly 600 miles south of Miami, is made up of seven main islands and 40 uninhabited islets and cays.
The full extent of the pollution and its effects are not yet clear; areas like uninhabited rocky islets are also thought to be affected.
The Pacific Remote Islands National Marine Monument and the Rose Atoll National Marine Monument protect the waters around a handful of islands, most uninhabited, to the south of the Hawaii Islands.
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- an uninhabited island
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