noshore

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Etymology[edit]

no + shore

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noshore (comparative more noshore, superlative most noshore)

  1. Not on the shore (such as drilling for oil in the ocean)
  2. Not having a shore; shoreless
  3. (business) pertaining to virtual business operations or services conducted outside the country, in an adjacent country where there is no shore between the countries, or conducted independent of a geographical location.

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  • 1974. Consumer energy act of 1974: Hearings, Ninety-third Congress, United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Commerce, page 1658.
    The costs of exploring offshore areas and Alaska are about ten times the typical noshore drilling.

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