I was out in the ocean with Darrick running water safety for that stunt.
The ocean is filled with lots of contaminants, such as plastics, oil, and extra carbon.
Rhode Island, the ocean State, climbs ever so slightly out of the depths this year to 49th place.
“I think people want to know why this happened,” said Tom Elliott, owner of the Venice Ale House on ocean Front Walk.
Does the abundance of jellyfish in the ocean pose a threat to us?
Besides, the winter months were not a good time to be upon the ocean.
The reign of the new monarch was ushered in by Young with ocean, an Ode.
A pavement in the midst of the ocean—such is the Ortach rock.
The long swells of the ocean gave a steady and regular roll to the vessel.
The Power which may, five years hence, have undisputed hegemony of the ocean, holds a difficult position there to-day.
late 13c., from Old French occean "ocean" (12c., Modern French océan), from Latin oceanus, from Greek okeanos, the great river or sea surrounding the disk of the Earth (as opposed to the Mediterranean), of unknown origin. Personified as Oceanus, son of Uranus and Gaia and husband of Tethys. In early times, when the only known land masses were Eurasia and Africa, the ocean was an endless river that flowed around them. Until c.1650, commonly ocean sea, translating Latin mare oceanum. Application to individual bodies of water began 14c.; there are usually reckoned to be five of them, but this is arbitrary; also occasionally applied to smaller subdivisions, e.g. German Ocean "North Sea."
Our Living Language : The word ocean refers to one of the Earth's four distinct, large areas of salt water, the Pacific, Atlantic, Indian, and Arctic Oceans. The word can also mean the entire network of water that covers almost three quarters of our planet. It comes from the Greek Okeanos, a river believed to circle the globe. The word sea can also mean the vast ocean covering most of the world. But it more commonly refers to large landlocked or almost landlocked salty waters smaller than the great oceans, such as the Mediterranean Sea or the Bering Sea. Sailors have long referred to all the world's waters as the seven seas. Although the origin of this phrase is not known for certain, many people believe it referred to the Red Sea, the Mediterranean Sea, the Persian Gulf, the Black Sea, the Adriatic Sea, the Caspian Sea, and the Indian Ocean, which were the waters of primary interest to Europeans before Columbus.