The town of Khambhat is at the head of the gulf.
Like other Gulf states, Qatar sees America as its main guarantor of security.
…of the gulf, and the salinity of the gulf is subject to wide variations.
The gulf is 200 miles (320 km) wide between Cape al-Ḥadd in Oman and Gwādar Bay on the Pakistan–Iran border.
The Gulf of Oman offers the only entrance from the Arabian Sea and the Indian Ocean into the Persian Gulf.
The generally smooth southeasterly trend of the coastline is interrupted by the major indentations of Spencer Gulf and Gulf St.
Winam Gulf, formerly Kavirondo Gulf, gulf of the northeastern corner of Lake Victoria, southwestern Kenya, East Africa.
The north and south equatorial currents enter the channel from the southeast and form the beginnings of the Gulf Stream in the Gulf of Mexico.
And since Gulf monarchies cannot find enough jobs for their own people, the safety valve of emigration to work in the Gulf has closed to other Arabs.
There are some gulfs that open into the sea or into another gulf on opposite sides (Baffin Bay, the Gulf of Aden, and the Gulf of Oman).
Gulf of Thailand, formerly Gulf Of Siam, inlet of the South China Sea bordering Thailand (southwest through north), Cambodia, and southern Vietnam (northeast).
An expedition commanded by Nuñez de Guzmán and dispatched by the Spanish conquistador Hernán Cortés reached the gulf in 1532 but did not realize that it was a gulf.
Modern ports along the gulf, apart from Venice, include Pula and Rovinj (both in Croatia) and Trieste, which is located on a northeastern inlet, the Gulf of Trieste.
The gulf-floor gradient is very low; the great western plains of Queensland slope north or northwestward into the gulf in a very gentle fall of only one foot per mile.
Gulf of Tadjoura, French Golfe de Tadjoura, gulf indenting the coastline of Djibouti, eastern Africa, located at the extreme western end of the Gulf of Aden.
Gulf of Riga, Latvian Rīgas Jūras Līcis, Russian Rizhsky Zaliv, large gulf of the Baltic Sea, bounded by the northern coast of Latvia and the western coast of Estonia, about 7,000 sq mi (18,000 sq km) in area.
From gulf to gulf the isthmus is 137 miles (220 km) wide at its narrowest part; and it is 120 miles (193 km) from the Gulf of Campeche to the head of Superior Lagoon, an inlet on the Gulf of Tehuantepec.
The Arabian Desert is bordered to the north by the Syrian Desert, to the northeast and east by the Persian Gulf and the Gulf of Oman, to the southeast and south by the Arabian Sea and the Gulf of Aden, and to the west by the Red Sea.
The term Persian Gulf (or Arabian Gulf, the name used by Arabs) sometimes is employed to refer not only to the Persian Gulf proper but also to its outlets, the Strait of Hormuz and the Gulf of Oman, which open into the Arabian Sea.
These may be divided into group C1, which consists of gulfs of basin seas, including the deepwater part only (Gulf of Aqaba) or both the deepwater and the shelf parts (Gulf of Honduras), and group C2, the shelf gulfs of the same seas (e.g., the Persian Gulf, the Gulf of Suez, Anadyrsky Gulf, the Bristol and Norton channels, and Shelikhova Gulf).
- an arm of a sea or ocean partly enclosed by land; larger than a bay
- an unbridgeable disparity (as from a failure of understanding)
Example: he felt a gulf between himself and his former friends
- a deep wide chasm
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These may be divided into group C1 which consists of gulfs of basin seas including the deepwater part only Gulf of Aqaba or both the deepwater and the shelf parts Gulf of Honduras and group C2 the shelf gulfs of the same seas eg the Persian Gulf the Gulf of Suez Anadyrsky Gulf the Bristol and Norton channels and Shelikhova Gulf