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strait
used in Killing Kennedy

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Definition
a narrow channel of the sea joining two larger bodies of water
  • He is swept far out into the Blackett Strait, frantically lighting the lamp to signal his men as he drifts past.
    p. 28.4
strait = narrow water passage
  • BLACKETT STRAIT, SOLOMON ISLANDS 2:00 A.M.
    p. 19.0
  • strait = narrow water passage
  • Eighteen years earlier, in 1943, on a balmy Pacific night, three American patrol torpedo boats cruise the Blackett Strait in the South Pacific, hunting Japanese warships near a hotly contested area known as The Slot.
    p. 19.8
  • strait = narrow water passage
  • The Blackett Strait is bordered on all sides by small islands that are home to thousands of Japanese soldiers.
    p. 22.8
strait = narrow water passage
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