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The world's largest continent. It occupies the eastern part
of the Eurasian landmass and its adjacent islands and is
separated from Europe by the Ural Mountains.
The world's smallest continent and one of the largest countries
on Earth located southeast of Asia between the Pacific and
Indian oceans in the Southern Hemisphere.
Officially Kingdom of Belgium, a country of northwestern
Europe. One of the smallest and most densely populated European
countries that is bounded on the northwest by the North
Sea, on the north and northeast by The Netherlands and on
the east by Germany.
A country of northern North America that is the second largest
country in the world in area but one of the most sparsely
populated. Canada occupies roughly two-fifths of the North
Officially Republic of Finland, Finnish Suomi, or Suomen
Tasavalta, Swedish Finland, or Republiken Finland, European
country. It is one of the world's most northern country
of northern Europe and geographically remote countries and
is subject to a severe climate. It is bordered on the north
by Norway, on the northwest by Sweden, on the southwest
by the Gulf of Bothnia, on the south by the Gulf of Finland,
and on the east by Russia.
Officially French Republic, French France, or République
Française, country in western Europe. It is one of
the oldest and historically and culturally most important
nations of Europe and, indeed, of the whole Western world.
of western Europe on the Atlantic Ocean and the English
Federal Republic of Germany , German Deutschland or Bundesrepublik
Deutschland country of north-central Europe traversing the
continent's main physical divisions, from the outer ranges
of the Alps, northward across the varied country of the
Central German Uplands, and then across the North German
Plain, or Lowlands. It is bounded at its extreme north on
the Jutland Peninsula by Denmark.
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East: The countries of southwest Asia and north
Africa, usually considered as including the countries extending
from Libya on the west to Afghanistan on the east.
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Zealand: MaoriAotearoa an island nation in the
South Pacific. New Zealand is a remote land. One of the
last sizable territories suitable for habitation to be populated
and settled, it lies more than 1,000 miles (1,600 km) southeast
of Australia, its nearest neighbour.
Officially Kingdom of Sweden , Swedish Sverige , or Konungariket
Sverige country located on the Scandinavian Peninsula in
northern Europe. Norway lies to the west and Finland to
the northeast, and a long coastline extends along the Gulf
of Bothnia and the Baltic Sea on the east.
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United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland Commonly
called Great Britain or Britain. Abbr. UK: An island country
located off the northwestern coast of mainland Europe. The
United Kingdom comprises the whole of the island of Great
Britain—which contains England, Wales, and Scotland—as
well as the northern portion of the island of Ireland. The
name Britain is sometimes used to refer to the United Kingdom
as a whole.
A machine or device, such as an airplane, helicopter, glider,
or dirigible, that is capable of atmospheric flight.
Dog·fight: An aerial battle between fighter
Drag race: A race between two cars to determine
which can accelerate faster from a standstill.
Formula: A set of specifications,
including engine displacement, fuel capacity, and weight,
that determine a class of racing car.
Kart: A miniature car used in racing. Also called
Mo·to·cross: A cross-country
motorcycle race over a closed course of rough terrain with
steep hills and sharp curves.
Mo·tor·cy·cle: A two-wheeled
vehicle powered by an engine.
Of or relating to shipping or maritime affairs.
An automobile used for racing.
Rally racing: Rally racing is a form of automobile
racing that takes place on normal roads with modified road
Sprint car: A rugged racing automobile
that is midway in size between midget racers and ordinary
racers, has about the same horsepower as the larger racers,
and is usually raced on a dirt track.
Sports car: An automobile equipped
for racing, especially an aerodynamically shaped one-passenger
or two-passenger vehicle having a low center of gravity
and steering and suspension designed for precise control
at high speeds.
Stock car racing: A form of automobile
racing found mainly in the United States held largely on
banked concrete oval tracks of between approximately 1/2
mile and 2 miles in length.
Wa·ter·craft: A boat or ship.
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