Definition of Bahrain island
1. Noun. An island in the Persian Gulf.
Generic synonyms: Island
Group relationships: Arabian Gulf, Persian Gulf
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Literary usage of Bahrain island
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1. Managing Water for Peace in the Middle East; Alternative Strategies by Masahiro Murakami (1995)
"The use of reverse-osmosis desalination for saline groundwater in bahrain island began in 1984— 1986. The data from its monitoring, examined here, ..."
2. The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Miscellany (1818)
"bahrain island and its Town,—The island of Bahrain appears extremely fertile, well cultivated, and covered with plantations of date trees, &c. ..."
3. Gulf States: Kuwait, Bahrain, Quatar, United Arab Emirates, Oman, Yemen by Editors of JPM Publications (2000)
"The desert isle—bahrain island is actually the biggest of a group of more than 30 islands—is a veritable treasure trove of remnants of this proud era: from ..."
4. Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal, Exhibiting a View of the Progressive by Robert Jameson, Sir William Jardine, Henry D Rogers (1830)
"There are also springs of fresh water under the sea near the northeastern part of bahrain island. From all that Captain Maughan could learn, above thirty ..."
5. The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal (1830)
"There also springs of fresh water under the sea near the north- tern part of bahrain island. From all that Captain Maughan could learn, above thirty springs ..."
6. Beyond Price: Pearls and Pearl-fishing : Origins to the Age of Discoveries by R. A. Donkin (1998)
""Dilmun: the history of bahrain island 2 vols. Westminster. before Cyrus." Unpublished Ph. D. thesis, Harvard Uni- 1926. Religion and folklore of northern ..."
7. Ancient Magan: The Secrets of Tell Abraq by Daniel T. Potts (2000)
"Although not much to look at, it is an example of a highly distinctive type found by the thousands on bahrain island, largely in burials. ..."