Bermuda Triangle

  1. an area in the western Atlantic Ocean where many ships and planes are supposed to have been mysteriously lost
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How To Use Bermuda Triangle In A Sentence

  • The Sargasso Sea of legend, and its modern equivalent, the Bermuda Triangle, are supposed to be places where things disappear without trace.
  • One idea is that they could explain the mysterious disappearance of ships in areas such as the Bermuda Triangle. Times, Sunday Times
  • If you enjoy the Arctic chill, there is the Bermuda Triangle, a "brain freeze" slush with Cacha ç a, coconut and lychee that is a little like sticking your tongue to frozen metal, but a lot more fun. Sunshine in a Glass
  • Space commentators muttered darkly about Mars being a cosmic equivalent of the Bermuda triangle.
  • He said the dreaded Bermuda triangle, an area from the sacrum down the buttocks cheeks, over the anus, is no longer the danger zone it was thought to be in the 1980s.
  • Meanwhile, in a dark part of Earth, in his secret lair deep in the Bermuda triangle, a menace by the name of Hordas was plotting to take over the World.
  • Q. Whats the difference between the bermuda triangle and a chavette? Spins And Needles « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG
  • seadog" has sailed, he has never been able to explain this experience in the Bermuda Triangle. Yahoo! Answers: Latest Questions
  • Hello explorers, how do you like the Bermuda Triangle?
  • Last New Year's Eve, the ship suffered a power cut for almost two hours in stormy seas in the Bermuda Triangle, en route to New York from Puerto Rico.
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