pæninsula

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pæninsula

  1. Rare spelling of peninsula.
    • 1974, Staffan Rosén, A study on tones and tonemarks in middle Korean, page 23 (Universitet Stockholms)
      When the Buddhist faith spread to the Korean pæninsula, first to Koguryŏ (4th century) and later to Paekce and Silla (6th century), Buddhist scriptures in their Chinese version followed and were soon common among Buddhists all over Korea.
    • 1990, Instituto de Zoología (Academia de Ciencias de Cuba), Poeyana, №s 405–445, page 17 (self-published)
      In the big pæninsulas (Guanahacabibes y Zapata), and in the archipelagoes, live species from the lands of the isle of Cuba with which they probably had terrestrial communication during the Pleistocene marine regressions.
    • 2007, Janusz Krzysztof Kozłowski, Marek Nowak, and the International Union of Prehistoric and Protohistoric Sciences, Mesolithic/Neolithic interactions in the Balkans and in the Middle Danube Basin, page 1 (illustrated edition; Archaeopress; ISBN 1407301683, 9781407301686)
      In the history of investigations into the origin of the Neolithic in the Balkan Pæninsula and the Carpathian Basin and, what follows, into the Mesolithic–Neolithic relations, there are two basic approaches: the allochtonous and the autochtonous[.]