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Definition of marine belt

marine belt
Territorial waters Ter`ri*to"ri*al wa"ters (Internat. Law) The waters under the territorial jurisdiction of a state; specif., the belt (often called the marine belt or territorial sea) of sea subject to such jurisdiction, and subject only to the right of innocent passage by the vessels of other states. Perhaps it may be said without impropriety that a state has theoretically the right to extend its territorial waters from time to time at its will with the increased range of guns. Whether it would in practice be judicious to do so . . . is a widely different matter . . . . In any case the custom of regulating a line three miles from land as defining the boundary of marginal territorial waters is so far fixed that a state must be supposed to accept it in absence of express notice. --W. E. Hall.

Meaning of marine belt from wikipedia

- each belt also has its own rank requirements. Because the belts are worn with the Marine Corps Combat Utility Uniform, the complete range of belt colors...
- Marine Security Belt, also known with the portmanteau CHIRU, is a trilateral naval exercise involving China, Iran and Russia as partners. First held in...
- circulation is sometimes called the ocean conveyor belt, the great ocean conveyor, or the global conveyor belt, coined by climate scientist Wallace Smith Broecker...
- War II, the Marine Corps had four standard uniforms. Dress Blues could be worn with a white canvas belt, a leather belt, or a blue cloth belt for officers...
- The Sun Belt is a region of the United States generally considered stretching across the Southeast and Southwest. Another rough definition of the region...
- The Antarctic Convergence or Antarctic Polar Front is a marine belt encircling Antarctica, varying in latitude seasonally, where cold, northward-flowing...
- claim a far Eastern origin, though it is used in the Marine Corps Martial Arts Program. Rank and belts are not equivalent between arts, styles, or even within...
- ammunition belt is a firearm device used to package and feed cartridges, typically for rapid-firing automatic weapons such as machine guns. Belt-fed systems...
- World War I the Marine Corps adopted a brown leather Sam Browne Belt. It was later changed to black, the official color of Navy and Marine Corps leather...
- belt (1st Degree) instructors, they must go through a seven-w**** MAIT course at Marine Corps Base Quantico. Once the black belt is obtained, Marines can...