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- Ground level may refer to: Earth's surface Storey of a building/structure on (level with) the ground; also called the "ground floor" Ground Level, Australian...
- (aircraft), transparent enclosure over aircraft ****pit Canopy (biology), aboveground portion of plant community or crop (including forests) Canopy (building)...
- Koshimizu (****anese); Kristin Sutton (English) Kate is the president of the aboveground student council and Mari's rival from middle school. She is the one who...
- train Aboveground K111 Geojehaemaji Aboveground K112 Geoje Line 3 Aboveground K113 Busan Nat'l Univ. of Education Line 1 Aboveground K114...
- held in place by earthen pits. The use of brick vaults and domes in aboveground Han structures is unknown. From Han literary sources, it is known that...
- Gyeongwon Aboveground Singongdeok 신공덕 新孔德 Aboveground Hwarangdae 화랑대 花郞臺 Aboveground Toegyewon 퇴계원 退溪院 Aboveground Sareung 사릉 思陵 Aboveground Geumgok 금곡...
- Angel Dust and the other Morlocks swear to help each other resolve one "aboveground" issue, she returns home to tell her parents the truth, which she thought...
- In biology, the canopy is the aboveground portion of a plant community or crop, formed by the collection of individual plant crowns. In forest ecology...
- both underground and aboveground. A seventh species in this family, Chologaster cornuta, is not a cave-dweller but lives in aboveground swamps. Amblyopsids...
- Stem or STEM may refer to: Plant stem, the aboveground structures that have vascular tissue and that support leaves and flowers Stipe (botany), a stalk...
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