a group of eight coral islands in the central Pacific: part of Kiribati (formerly Gilbert Islands). 11 sq. mi. (28 sq. km).
a group of eight coral islands in the central Pacific: administratively part of Kiribati. Area: 28 sq km (11 sq miles). The islands and surrounding waters form the Phoenix Islands Protected Area, the world’s largest marine protected area. Area: 410 500 sq km (158 500 sq miles)
[foh-koh-mee-lee-uh, -meel-yuh] /ˌfoʊ koʊˈmi li ə, -ˈmil yə/ noun, Pathology. 1. . [foh-koh-mee-lee-uh, -meel-yuh] /ˌfoʊ koʊˈmi li ə, -ˈmil yə/ noun, Pathology. 1. a usually congenital deformity of the extremities in which the limbs are abnormally short. /ˌfəʊkəʊˈmiːlɪə/ noun 1. a congenital deformity resulting from prenatal interference with the development of the fetal limbs, characterized […]
[fol-i-doh-tuh] /ˌfɒl ɪˈdoʊ tə/ noun 1. the order comprising the pangolins.
/ˈfəuləs/ noun 1. a large astronomical object, some 2000 km in diameter, discovered in 1991. Its elliptical orbit around the earth, between the orbits of Neptune and Saturn, has a period of 93 years. It has been classified as an asteroid although it lies outside the main asteroid belt
/ˈpɒmvɪhɑːn/ noun 1. Kaysone (ˈkaɪsɒn). 1920–92, Laotian Communist statesman; prime minister of Laos (1975–91); president (1991–92)