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Subject   Socotra Rock 이어도,      Falklands,       Paracel Islands,       Spratly Islands,     Yonaguni 與那國,     Hans Island

6.                       Socotra Rock   이어도/파랑도    苏岩礁

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Socotra_Rock ,  
Socotra Rock Coordinates: 3207′22.63″N 12510′56.81″E / 32.1229528N 125.1824472E / 32.1229528; 125.1824472 is a submerged rock 4.6 meters (15 ft) below sea level (at low tide) located in the East China Sea. The rock is the subject of a territorial dispute between South Korea, which considers it to lie within its exclusive economic zone, referring to it as Ieodo (이어도[ŋi ŋΛ do]/離於島; MR: Iŏdo) or Parangdo (파랑도[pa raŋ do]/波浪島; MR: P'arangdo)[1], and China, which considers it to lie within its exclusive economic zone and refers to it as Suyan Rock (苏岩礁/소암초[so ŋam co]). The rock currently serves as the foundation for the Korean Ieodo Ocean Research Station.[2] A helipad is also located there to allow the research station to be serviced.


"Ieodo (이어도[ŋi ŋΛ do]/離於島; MR: Iŏdo)" is the pronunciation of Korea 경상도/慶尙道 [gyΛŋ saŋ do] dialect primary speaking posture with coarticulation of Japanese speaking posture.

When/if trying to speak "Ieodo (이어도[ŋi ŋΛ do]/離於島; MR: Iŏdo)" from Korea 제주도/濟州道(島)[ze zu do] dialect primary speaking posture with coarticulation of Japanese speaking posture, "Parangdo (파랑도[pa raŋ do]/波浪島; MR: P'arangdo)" is metaphthong/MPh pronounced.            Vice versa.

When/if trying to speak "Ieodo (이어도[ŋi ŋΛ do]/離於島; MR: Iŏdo)" or "Parangdo (파랑도[pa raŋ do]/波浪島; MR: P'arangdo)" from Korea Seoul primary /P CHEST/Ch speaking posture, "해양 탐사기지 [h yaŋ tam sa gi zi] 海洋 探査 基地, (which is equal/translated to 'sea investigation base')" is metaphthong/MPh pronounced.            Vice versa.

해양 [h yaŋ] 海洋           sea(s); ocean.
탐사 [tam sa] 探査           inquiry; investigation: probing.        exploration; expedition
기지 [gi zi] 基地              base; site; home


When/if trying to speak "Ieodo (이어도[ŋi ŋΛ do]/離於島; MR: Iŏdo)" or "Parangdo (파랑도[pa raŋ do]/波浪島; MR: P'arangdo)" or "해양 탐사기지 [h yaŋ tam sa gi zi] 海洋 探査 基地" from Chinese (mouth/Mo) speaking posture with coarticulation of Korea 제주도/濟州道(島)[ze zu do] dialect speaking posture, "苏岩礁/소암초[so ŋam co]" is metaphthong/MPh pronounced.            Vice versa.

When/if trying to speak "Ieodo (이어도[ŋi ŋΛ do]/離於島; MR: Iŏdo)" or "Parangdo (파랑도[pa raŋ do]/波浪島; MR: P'arangdo)" or "해양 탐사기지 [h yaŋ tam sa gi zi] 海洋 探査 基地" or "苏岩礁/소암초[so ŋam co]" from Chinese CHEST/Ch speaking posture with coarticulation of Korea 제주도/濟州道(島)[ze zu do] dialect speaking posture, "쑤엔자오 [su ŋen za ŋo], 苏岩礁? Suyan Rock" is metaphthong/MPh pronounced.            Vice versa.



When/if trying to speak "Ieodo (이어도[ŋi ŋΛ do]/離於島; MR: Iŏdo)" or "Parangdo (파랑도[pa raŋ do]/波浪島; MR: P'arangdo)" or "해양 탐사기지 [h yaŋ tam sa gi zi] 海洋 探査 基地" or "苏岩礁/소암초[so ŋam co]" or "쑤엔자오 [su ŋen za ŋo], 苏岩礁?" from English /P speaking posture, "Socotra" (or more correctly [so k= t= ra]/Soctra) is metaphthong/MPh pronounced.            Vice versa.

*                     [so k= t= ra]/Soctra  >>  Socotra /mGC      (Greek Sparta pronunciation)



http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Socotra ,    
Socotra (Arabic: سُقُطْرَى‎ Suquṭra), also spelt Soqotra, is a small archipelago of four islands in the Indian Ocean. The largest island, also called Socotra, is about 95% of the landmass of the archipelago. It lies some 240 kilometres (150 mi) east of the Horn of Africa and 380 kilometres (240 mi) south of the Arabian Peninsula.[1] The island is very isolated and through the process of speciation, a third of its plant life is found nowhere else on the planet. It has been described as the most alien-looking place on Earth. The island measures 132 kilometres (82 mi) in length and 49.7 kilometres (30.9 mi) in width.[2]


*                    Yemen  >>  Socotra /GC/S/abT/Ch

*                   Socotra /GC/S/abT  >> Suquṭra /mGC/abT/+cp



7.                               Falklands

http://encyclopedia.thefreedictionary.com/Falklands ,  
http://encyclopedia.thefreedictionary.com/Stanley%2c+Falkland+Islands ,  

Islas Malvinas

Aragon/T/Ch + s/S/Ch :   Argentina.

Falklands                           ([ŋ=  w=]/P + Argentina/S)                           Argentina

Malvinas                           ([ŋ=  w=]/S + Argentina/T)                           Argentina

"Falkland Islands"                              (M/P + alvinas/T)                           Malvinas

Stanley                             (East/C1 + Falkland/S)                           "East Falkland"
Soledad                        (East/C1 + Falkland/GC/S/abT)                       "East Falkland"

"East Falkland"                              (M/S + alvinas/C1)                            Malvinas

"West Falkland"                            (M/S + alvinas/C1)/Ch                          Malvinas

"Falkland Sound"                             (M/C1 + alvinas/P)                           Malvinas



8.                             Paracel Islands

http://encyclopedia.thefreedictionary.com/Paracel+Islands ,  

>>   The Paracel Islands (Xisha Islands, 西沙群岛 서사군도 [sΛ sa gun do] in Chinese) is a group of islands under the administration of Hainan 海南/해남 [h nam] Province, The People's Republic of China. Vietnam and the Republic of China (Taiwan) also claim sovereignty of these islands.


"西沙(群岛) 서사(군도) [sΛ sa]" is the pronunciation of Korea 제주도/濟州道(島)[ze zu do] dialect primary speaking posture with coarticulation of Chinese speaking posture.

When/if trying to speak "西沙 서사 [sΛ sa]" from Chinese speaking posture with coarticulation of Korea 제주도/濟州道(島)[ze zu do] dialect speaking posture, "Xisha, or [zi ŋ= sa]" is metaphthong/MPh pronounced.            Vice versa.

When/if trying to speak "西沙 서사 [sΛ sa]" or "Xisha, or [zi ŋ= sa]" from English /P speaking posture with coarticulation of English /S speaking posture, "Paracel" is metaphthong/MPh pronounced.            Vice versa.


When speaking "西沙 서사 [sΛ sa]",      if speaking/articulating "西 서 [sΛ]" of "西沙 서사 [sΛ sa]" from Korea Seoul primary /P CHEST/Ch speaking posture and speaking/articulating "沙 사 [sa]" of "西沙 서사 [sΛ sa]" from Korea Seoul secondary /S CHEST/Ch speaking posture, "베트남 섬 [be t= nam sΛm], (which means 'Vietnam island')" is metaphthong/MPh pronounced.            Vice versa.

When speaking "Xisha, or [zi ŋ= sa]",      if speaking/articulating [zi] and [sa] of "Xisha, or [zi ŋ= sa]" from Korea Seoul primary /P CHEST/Ch speaking posture and speaking/articulating [ŋ=] of "Xisha, or [zi ŋ= sa]" from Korea Seoul secondary /S CHEST/Ch speaking posture, "베트남 섬 [be t= nam sΛm], (which means 'Vietnam island')" is metaphthong/MPh pronounced.            Vice versa.

When speaking "Paracel",      if speaking/articulating "Pa" and "cel" of "Paracel" from Korea Seoul primary /P CHEST/Ch speaking posture and speaking/articulating "ra" of "Paracel" from Korea Seoul secondary /S CHEST/Ch speaking posture, "베트남 섬 [be t= nam sΛm], (which means 'Vietnam island')" is metaphthong/MPh pronounced.            Vice versa.


"Vietnamese island"                      ("西 서 [sΛ]"/S + "沙 사 [sa]"/P)/Ch                  "西沙 서사 [sΛ sa]"

That is, when speaking "西沙 서사 [sΛ sa]",      if speaking/articulating "西 서 [sΛ]" of "西沙 서사 [sΛ sa]" from English secondary /S CHEST/Ch speaking posture and speaking/articulating "沙 사 [sa]" of "西沙 서사 [sΛ sa]" from English primary /P CHEST/Ch speaking posture, "Vietnamese island" is metaphthong/MPh pronounced.            Vice versa.

"Vietnamese island"                      ([zi]"/S + [ŋ= sa]"/P)/Ch                  "Xisha, or [zi ŋ= sa]"

"Vietnamese island"                             (P/S + aracel/P)/Ch                         Paracel


>>  The islands are divided into two main groups. The Amphitrite group (宣德群岛/선덕군도 [sΛn dΛg gun do]) is in the northeast and the Crescent group (永乐群岛/영악군도 [yΛŋ ŋag gun do]) is in the southwest, and they are located about 70 km (43 mi) from one another. Subject to hot and humid climate, with abundant rainfall and frequent typhoons, the archipelago is surrounded by productive fishing grounds and potential oil and gas reserves. Notably, up until the early 19th century, the present-day Spratly Islands were still delineated as part of the Paracel archipelago, and the sovereignty over the islands has been inflaming the century-old dispute.


When/if trying to speak "西沙 서사 [sΛ sa]" or "Xisha, or [zi ŋ= sa]" or "베트남 섬 [be t= nam sΛm], (which means 'Vietnam island')" or "Paracel" or "Vietnamese island" from Korea 제주도/濟州道(島)[ze zu do] dialect primary speaking posture with coarticulation of Korea 강원도/江原道 [gaŋ wΛn do] dialect speaking posture, "宣德/선덕 [sΛn dΛg]" is metaphthong/MPh pronounced.            Vice versa.

When/if trying to speak "西沙 서사 [sΛ sa]" or "Xisha, or [zi ŋ= sa]" or "베트남 섬 [be t= nam sΛm], (which means 'Vietnam island')" or "Paracel" or "Vietnamese island" or "宣德/선덕 [sΛn dΛg]" from English /P/Ch speaking posture with coarticulation of English /S speaking posture, "Amphitrite" is metaphthong/MPh pronounced.            Vice versa.


When/if trying to speak "西沙 서사 [sΛ sa]" or "Xisha, or [zi ŋ= sa]" or "베트남 섬 [be t= nam sΛm], (which means 'Vietnam island')" or "Paracel" or "Vietnamese island" or "宣德/선덕 [sΛn dΛg]" or "Amphitrite" from Korea 제주도/濟州道(島)[ze zu do] dialect primary speaking posture with coarticulation of Korea 함경도/咸鏡道 [ham g(iΛ)ŋ do] dialect speaking posture, "永乐/영악 [yΛŋ ŋag]" is metaphthong/MPh pronounced.            Vice versa.

When/if trying to speak "西沙 서사 [sΛ sa]" or "Xisha, or [zi ŋ= sa]" or "베트남 섬 [be t= nam sΛm], (which means 'Vietnam island')" or "Paracel" or "Vietnamese island" or "宣德/선덕 [sΛn dΛg]" or "Amphitrite" or "永乐/영악 [yΛŋ ŋag]" from English /S/Ch speaking posture with coarticulation of English /P speaking posture, "Crescent" is metaphthong/MPh pronounced.            Vice versa.



9.                              Spratly Islands

http://encyclopedia.thefreedictionary.com/Spratly+Islands ,  

The Spratly Islands are a group of more than 750 reefs,[2] islets, atolls, cays and islands in the South China Sea between Vietnam, the Philippines, China, Malaysia, Brunei. They comprise less than four square kilometers of land area, spread over more than 425,000 square kilometers of sea. The Spratlys are part of the three archipelagos of the South China Sea, comprising more than 30,000 islands and reefs and which so complicates geography, governance and economics in that region of Southeast Asia. Such small and remote islands have little economic value in themselves, but are important in establishing international boundaries. There are no native islanders but there are rich fishing grounds and initial surveys indicate the islands may contain significant oil and gas.

About 45 islands are occupied by relatively small numbers of military forces from Vietnam, the People's Republic of China, the Republic of China (Taiwan), Malaysia, the Philippines. Brunei has claimed an EEZ in the southeastern part of the Spratlys encompassing just one area of small islands above mean high water (on Louisa Reef.)


>>     Major islands    
Itu Aba Island, Namyit Island, Northeast Cay, Sin Cowe Island, Southwest Cay, Spratly Island, Swallow Reef, Thitu Island, West York Island

>>    Political divisions:
Vietnam: Part of Khanh Hoa Province;
Brunei: Claims Louisa Reef itself, as well as an Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) around that and neighboring reefs;[3]
Malaysia: Part of the state of Sabah (also claimed by the Philippines);
Philippines: Part of Palawan province;
People's Republic of China: Part of the Paracels, Spratlys, and Zhongsha Islands Authority, Hainan province;
Republic of China: Part of Kaohsiung municipality


http://ko.wikipedia.org/wiki/%EC%8A%A4%ED%94%84%EB%9E%98%ED%8B%80%EB%A6%AC_%EA%B5%B0%EB%8F%84

스프래틀리 군도(영어: Spratly Islands, 중국어 간체: 南沙群岛/남사군도 [nam sa gun do], 정체: 南沙群島, 병음: Nnshā Qndǎo, 베트남어: Quần Đảo Trường Sa/ 群島長沙/군도장사 [gun do zaŋ sa], 타갈로그어: Kapuluan ng Kalayaan, 말레이어: Kepulauan Spratly)는 남중국해의 남부 해상에 있는 군도이다. 동쪽은 필리핀, 서쪽은 베트남과 사이에 걸쳐 있다.


"南沙(群岛)/남사(군도) [nam sa]" is the pronunciation of Korea 제주도/濟州道(島)[ze zu do] dialect primary CHEST/Ch/+bp speaking posture with coarticulation of Chinese speaking posture.

When/if trying to speak "南沙/남사 [nam sa]" from Korea 제주도/濟州道(島)[ze zu do] dialect primary CHEST/Ch/+cp speaking posture with coarticulation of Chinese speaking posture, "長沙/장사 [zaŋ sa]" is metaphthong/MPh pronounced.            Vice versa.


When/if trying to speak "南沙/남사 [nam sa]" or "長沙/장사 [zaŋ sa]" from English /P speaking posture with coarticulation of English /S speaking posture, "Spratly" is metaphthong/MPh pronounced.            Vice versa.


When speaking "南沙/남사 [nam sa]",      if speaking/articulating "南/남 [nam]" of "南沙/남사 [nam sa]" from Korea Seoul secondaary /S CHEST/Ch speaking posture and speaking/articulating "沙 사 [sa]" of "西沙 서사 [sΛ sa]" from Korea Seoul primary /P CHEST/Ch speaking posture, "비율빈 比律賓 섬 [bi yul bin sΛm], (which means 'Philippine island')" is metaphthong/MPh pronounced.            Vice versa.

When speaking "長沙/장사 [zaŋ sa]",      if speaking/articulating "長/장 [zaŋ]" of "長沙/장사 [zaŋ sa]" from Korea Seoul secondaary /S CHEST/Ch speaking posture and speaking/articulating "沙 사 [sa]" of "長沙/장사 [zaŋ sa]" from Korea Seoul primary /P CHEST/Ch speaking posture, "비율빈 比律賓 섬 [bi yul bin sΛm], (which means 'Philippine island')" is metaphthong/MPh pronounced.            Vice versa.

When speaking "Spratly",      if speaking/articulating "S" and "ra" and "ly" of "Spratly" from Korea Seoul secondaary /S CHEST/Ch speaking posture and speaking/articulating "p" and "t" of "Spratly" from Korea Seoul primary /P CHEST/Ch speaking posture, "비율빈 比律賓 섬 [bi yul bin sΛm], (which means 'Philippine island')" is metaphthong/MPh pronounced.            Vice versa.


*                           Philippine  >>  Philippines /mGC


"Philippine island"                      ("南/남 [nam]"/P + "沙 사 [sa]"/S)/Ch                  "南沙/남사 [nam sa]"

That is, when/if speaking "南沙/남사 [nam sa]",      if speaking/articulating "南/남 [nam]" of "南沙/남사 [nam sa]" from English primary /P CHEST/Ch speaking posture and speaking/articulating "沙 사 [sa]" of "南沙/남사 [nam sa]" from English secondary /S CHEST/Ch speaking posture, "Philippine island" is metaphthong/MPh pronounced.            Vice versa.

"Philippine island"                      ("長/장 [zaŋ]"/P + "沙/사 [sa]"/S)/Ch                   "長沙/장사 [zaŋ sa]"


>>   Ancient Chinese maps record the "Thousand Li Stretch of Sands"; Qianli Changsha (千里長沙/천리장사 [cΛn li zaŋ sa]) and the "Ten-Thousand Li of Stone Pools"; Wanli Shitang (萬里石塘/만리석당 [man li sΛg daŋ]),[7] which China today claims refers to the Spratly Islands. The Wanli Shitang have been explored by the Chinese since the Yuan Dynasty and may have been considered within their national boundaries. [8][9] They are also referenced in the 13th century,[10] followed by the Ming Dynasty.[11] When the Ming Dynasty collapsed, the Qing Dynasty continued to include the territory in maps compiled in 1724,[12] 1755,[13] 1767,[14] 1810,[15] and 1817.[16] A Vietnamese map from 1834 also includes the Spratly Islands clumped in with the Paracels (a common occurrence on maps of that time) labeled as "Wanli Changsha".[17]


When/if trying to speak "南沙/남사 [nam sa]" or "長沙/장사 [zaŋ sa]" or "비율빈 比律賓 섬 [bi yul bin sΛm], (which means 'Philippine island')" or "Philippine island" from Korea 제주도/濟州道(島)[ze zu do] dialect secondary /S speaking posture with coarticulation of Chinese speaking posture, "千里長沙/천리장사 [cΛn li zaŋ sa]" is metaphthong/MPh pronounced.            Vice versa.

When/if trying to speak "南沙/남사 [nam sa]" or "長沙/장사 [zaŋ sa]" or "비율빈 比律賓 섬 [bi yul bin sΛm], (which means 'Philippine island')" or "Philippine island" or "千里長沙/천리장사 [cΛn li zaŋ sa]" from Korea 제주도/濟州道(島)[ze zu do] dialect secondary /S CHEST/Ch speaking posture with coarticulation of Chinese speaking posture, "萬里石塘/만리석당 [man li sΛg daŋ]" is metaphthong/MPh pronounced.            Vice versa.


When/if trying to speak "南沙/남사 [nam sa]" or "長沙/장사 [zaŋ sa]" or "비율빈 比律賓 섬 [bi yul bin sΛm], (which means 'Philippine island')" or "Philippine island" or "千里長沙/천리장사 [cΛn li zaŋ sa]" or "萬里石塘/만리석당 [man li sΛg daŋ]" from Chinese (CHEST/Ch) /+bp speaking posture with coarticulation of Korea 제주도/濟州道(島)[ze zu do] dialect speaking posture, "Qianli Changsha, or [k= ŋi ŋan li zaŋ sa]" is metaphthong/MPh pronounced.            Vice versa.

When/if trying to speak "南沙/남사 [nam sa]" or "長沙/장사 [zaŋ sa]" or "비율빈 比律賓 섬 [bi yul bin sΛm], (which means 'Philippine island')" or "Philippine island" or "千里長沙/천리장사 [cΛn li zaŋ sa]" or "萬里石塘/만리석당 [man li sΛg daŋ]" from Chinese (CHEST/Ch) /+cp speaking posture with coarticulation of Korea 제주도/濟州道(島)[ze zu do] dialect speaking posture, "Wanli Shitang, or [w= ŋan li si daŋ]" is metaphthong/MPh pronounced.            Vice versa.



10.                                 Yonaguni, 與那國, 与那国

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yonaguni ,  

Yonaguni (与那国島/여나국도 [yΛ na gug do], Yonaguni-jima?, Yonaguni: どぅなん‎ Dunan, Okinawan: ユナグニ, Yunaguni) is one of the Yaeyama Islands. It is the westernmost inhabited island of Japan and lies 108 kilometers (67 mi) from the east coast of Taiwan, between the East China Sea and the Pacific Ocean proper.

Japan intends to station 100 troops on Yonaguni to counter the buildup of Chinese forces in the area.[1]

Yonaguni, more specifically Cape Irizaki
2426′58″N 12256′01″E / 24.44944N 122.93361E / 24.44944; 122.93361 (Yonaguni (West)) at the western tip of the island, is the westernmost point of Japan. Taiwan is said to be visible from Irizaki on a clear day.


"与那国(島)/여나국(도) [yΛ na gug (do)]" is the pronunciation of Korea 제주도/濟州道(島)[ze zu do] dialect primary speaking posture with coarticulation of Korea 전라도/全羅道[zΛn la do] dialect speaking posture.

When/if trying to speak "与那国/여나국 [yΛ na gug]" from Korea 전라도/全羅道[zΛn la do] dialect primary speaking posture with coarticulation of Korea 제주도/濟州道(島)[ze zu do] dialect speaking posture, "Yonaguni" is metaphthong/MPh pronounced.

When speaking "与那国/여나국 [yΛ na gug]",      if speaking/articulating [yΛ] and [gug] of "与那国/여나국 [yΛ na gug]" from Korea Seoul secondary /S CHEST/Ch speaking posture and speaking/articulating [na] of "与那国/여나국 [yΛ na gug]" from Korea Seoul primary /P CHEST/Ch speaking posture, "중국 中國 섬 [zuŋ gug sΛm], (which means 'Chinese island')" is metaphthong/MPh pronounced.            Vice versa.

When speaking "与那国/여나국 [yΛ na gug]",      if speaking/articulating [yΛ] and [gug] of "与那国/여나국 [yΛ na gug]" from Korea Seoul secondary /S CHEST/Ch speaking posture and speaking/articulating [na] of "与那国/여나국 [yΛ na gug]" from Korea Seoul primary /P CHEST/Ch speaking posture with coarticulation of Chinese speaking posture, "대만 臺灣 섬 [d man sΛm], (which means 'Taiwanese island')" is metaphthong/MPh pronounced.            Vice versa.

"Chinese island"                  (y/S + [-Λ na gug]/P)/Ch               "与那国/여나국 [yΛ na gug]"

That is, when speaking "与那国/여나국 [yΛ na gug]",      if speaking/articulating [y] of "与那国/여나국 [yΛ na gug]" from English secondary /S CHEST/Ch speaking posture and speaking/articulating [-Λ na gug] of "与那国/여나국 [yΛ na gug]" from English primary /P CHEST/Ch speaking posture, "Chinese island" is metaphthong/MPh pronounced.            Vice versa.

"Taiwanese island"                  (y/T + [-Λ na gug]/C2)/Ch               "与那国/여나국 [yΛ na gug]"

That is, when speaking "与那国/여나국 [yΛ na gug]",      if speaking/articulating [y] of "与那国/여나국 [yΛ na gug]" from Phoenician/Canaanite /T CHEST/Ch speaking posture and speaking/articulating [-Λ na gug] of "与那国/여나국 [yΛ na gug]" from CYRILLIC /C2 CHEST/Ch speaking posture, "Taiwanese island" is metaphthong/MPh pronounced.            Vice versa.



11.                   Hans Island,   Franklin Island,   Crozier Island

http://encyclopedia.thefreedictionary.com/Hans+Island ,  
Hans Island (Greenlandic/Inuktitut: Tartupaluk; Danish: Hans ; French: le Hans) is a small, uninhabited barren knoll measuring 1.3 km2 (0.5 sq mi), located in the centre of the Kennedy Channel of Nares Straitthe strait that separates Ellesmere Island from northern Greenland and connects Baffin Bay with the Lincoln Sea. Hans Island is the smallest of three islands located in Kennedy Channel; the others are Franklin Island and Crozier Island. The island has been part of Inuit hunting grounds long before people of European descent became aware of its existence.

The island is claimed by both Canada and Denmark.



Hans                             (D/T + "-anish Island"/C2)                         "Danish Island"

*                             Hans  >>   ("Danish Island" /T)/C2


*                            Crozier  >>  ("Canadian Island" /T)/C2

Crozier                        (C/T + "-anadian Island"/C2)                       "Canadian Island"


*                            Franklin >>  ("Canadian Island" /T/Ch)/C2

Franklin                      (C/T + "-anadian Island"/C2)/Ch                    "Canadian Island"

*                       Nares  >>  (Kennedy /P)/GC/S/abT

Nares                                (C/T + anada/C2)/+bp                                 Canada

Greenland                                (D/T + enmark/C2)                              Denmark

>>      Washington Land

Washington                               (G/C2 + reenland/P)                            Greenland

>>      Ellesmere Island

Ellesmere                              (C/T + anada/C2)/+cp                               Canada

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