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According to WordNet, the noun "antarctic_area" has 9 sense(s).

115515687 "The area below the AntarcticCircle, which is 66 degrees 33 minutes and 38 seconds south latitude. It is dark for at least 24 hours at some point during the year, with an increasing period of yearly continuous darkness as one gets closer to the South Pole." (entry from SUMO termFormat and documentation) .

115453949 "The area below the AntarcticCircle, which is 66 degrees 33 minutes and 38 seconds south latitude. It is dark for at least 24 hours at some point during the year, with an increasing period of yearly continuous darkness as one gets closer to the South Pole.".

115484813 "The area below the AntarcticCircle, which is 66 degrees 33 minutes and 38 seconds south latitude. It is dark for at least 24 hours at some point during the year, with an increasing period of yearly continuous darkness as one gets closer to the South Pole.".

115329117 "The area below the AntarcticCircle, which is 66 degrees 33 minutes and 38 seconds south latitude. It is dark for at least 24 hours at some point during the year, with an increasing period of yearly continuous darkness as one gets closer to the South Pole.".

115360325 "The area below the AntarcticCircle, which is 66 degrees 33 minutes and 38 seconds south latitude. It is dark for at least 24 hours at some point during the year, with an increasing period of yearly continuous darkness as one gets closer to the South Pole.".

115302781 "The area below the AntarcticCircle, which is 66 degrees 33 minutes and 38 seconds south latitude. It is dark for at least 24 hours at some point during the year, with an increasing period of yearly continuous darkness as one gets closer to the South Pole.".

115391533 "The area below the AntarcticCircle, which is 66 degrees 33 minutes and 38 seconds south latitude. It is dark for at least 24 hours at some point during the year, with an increasing period of yearly continuous darkness as one gets closer to the South Pole.".

115422741 "The area below the AntarcticCircle, which is 66 degrees 33 minutes and 38 seconds south latitude. It is dark for at least 24 hours at some point during the year, with an increasing period of yearly continuous darkness as one gets closer to the South Pole.".

115315518 "The area below the AntarcticCircle, which is 66 degrees 33 minutes and 38 seconds south latitude. It is dark for at least 24 hours at some point during the year, with an increasing period of yearly continuous darkness as one gets closer to the South Pole.".


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