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Europe
Continent of the eastern hemisphere between Asia & the Atlantic
Asia
Continent of the eastern hemisphere N of equator forming a single landmass with Europe (the conventional dividing line between Asia & Europe being the Ural Mountains & main range of the Caucasus Mountains
Africa
Continent of the eastern hemisphere S of the Mediterranean & adjoining Asia on NE
Antarctica
Body of land around the S. Pole; a plateau covered by a great ice cap & mountain peaks
North America
Usage: geographical name
continent of the western hemisphere NW of S. America bounded by Atlantic, Arctic, & Pacific oceans
South America
Usage: geographical name
continent of the western hemisphere lying between the Atlantic & Pacific oceans SE of N. America & chiefly S of the equator
Australia
Continent of the eastern hemisphere SE of Asia & S of the equator
Atlantic Ocean
Usage: geographical name
ocean separating N. & S. America from Europe & Africa
Pacific Ocean
Usage: geographical name
ocean extending from the arctic circle to the antarctic regions & from W N. America & W S. America to E Asia & Australia
Indian Ocean
Usage: geographical name
ocean E of Africa, S of Asia, W of Australia & Tasmania, & N of Antarctica
Arctic Ocean
Usage: geographical name
ocean N of the Arctic Circle