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Landlocked

A region or country with no coastline or with only an inland sea. In commerce, infrastructure such as roads, railroads or airports is required to transport cargo to a landlocked area.

landlocked

Without access to public streets or roads. The owner of property that is landlocked may file suit to obtain an easement by necessity across another's land, but it must be a route that places the least burden on the other property.

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He said the landlocked countries would get the cash to improve fishing on their lakes and rivers.
First, we will state reasons linked to the impact of being landlocked in this region.
If we are successful, we will be able to study whether phenotypic peculiarities of landlocked Atlantic cod persist under standardized conditions.
Loomis predicts these landlocked salmon could grow to over 20 inches and weigh 5 to 10 pounds at maturity in a few years.
Government should develop a plan to identify mutual partners from landlocked countries and countries with a seaport as India, China and other countries continue to expand their presence in Africa, he informed.
In its resolution, the General Assembly delegates referred to the Almaty Declaration and the Almaty Action Programme which were adopted in August 2003 in Kazakhstan at the International Ministerial Conference of landlocked states.
This situation is exacerbated for SMEs located in landlocked developing countries.
It is the nearest port to western China, the landlocked Afghanistan and onwards Central Asian States.
Sudanese president Omer Hassan al-Bashir ordered the oil minister to begin shutting down the pipelines carrying the crude from landlocked South Sudan.
The ambassadors, of the landlocked country between Ukraine and Romania, will be staying in Brighouse and visiting David Hockney's gallery in Saltaire, Haworth, Leeds Art Gallery and Malham.
A customs official at the Port of Cotonou, ThEaophile Soussia, on Saturday issued a statement saying that the Malian Council of Shippers (CMC) had struck a deal for landlocked Malian businesses at the close of negotiations conducted with the authorities of several ports in the sub-region.
We were in waders and hip boots, electro-shocking sections of the Stillwater River feeding into Wachusett Reservoir to determine the health of numerous species that live there, particularly landlocked salmon.