Saipan

[ US /ˈseɪpən/ ]
NOUN
  1. the largest island in the Northern Marianas and the administrative center of the commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands in union with the United States
  2. US forces captured the island from the Japanese in July 1944; it was an important air base until the end of World War II
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How To Use Saipan In A Sentence

  • A team on Saipan indexed and microfilmed documents, and a complete set of the film and the final index was deposited with each island government and with the UHM Library.
  • Task Force 58, Tokyobound, sortied from Ulithi on 10 February 1945 and, taking an indirect route to the target, began to refuel a hundred miles east of Saipan.
  • The Irish representative team is currently training on Saipan in the Pacific Ocean.
  • It is inconceivable to think he would allow a book go to print without including in it his summary of events in Saipan.
  • The tumult of Saipan is long since forgotten; while opinions in Ireland may still be divided, the issue has long since been purged from consciousness here.
  • Saipan has served as a haven for Asian Pacific sweatshops for major US retailers.
  • After Saipan and Sunderland, Roy Keane finally show signs of 'stickability' Roy Keane 'sacked' by Ipswich Town after miserable run of results
  • The shark of the Saipan amiability small toy.
  • Roundtrip economy class ticket from Hong Kong to Saipan via Guam on CO.
  • The former is electronic system of electronic image signal command in saipan drum head carved sculpture.
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