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seabed

[see-bed] /ˈsiˌbɛd/
noun
1.
Origin
1830-1840
1830-40; sea + bed
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  • With the loss of ice, the seabed's natural resources become potentially more obtainable and its bordering nations more interested.
  • It's a gravity-based structure which sits on the seabed.
  • The rotors are connected to a crossbar on a large steel beam that is held in place by four legs cemented into the seabed.
  • There are a number of possible disposal options, including deep seabed.
  • Squiggly worm burrows, excavated within a slimy seabed, lace steel-gray limestone.
  • Power from all the joints is fed down a single umbilical cable to a junction on the seabed.
  • Though frenzied seabed mapping clarifies the geology, economic incentives cloud the discussion.
  • Most of the fossils appear to have been attached to the seabed.
  • Beach combers often find treasures on the seabed at low tide, including amethysts and shells.
  • They want to know if the seabed has all the oil they think it does.

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