Definition of Graham Land in English:

Graham Land

Syllabification: Gra·ham Land
Pronunciation: /ˈɡrāəm, ɡram
 
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The northern part of the Antarctic Peninsula, the only part of Antarctica that lies outside of the Antarctic Circle. Discovered in 1831–32 by English navigator John Biscoe (1794–1843), it now forms part of British Antarctic Territory, but is claimed also by Chile and Argentina.

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