[ US /ˈseɪpən/ ]
- 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
- US forces captured the island from the Japanese in July 1944; it was an important air base until the end of World War II
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.