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- and long eye-lashes. When he walked, he walked as though he went down a declivity. He had the "seal of prophecy" between his shoulder blades ... He was...
- word for 'lake'. Keralam may stem from the classical Tamil cherive-alam 'declivity of a hill or a mountain slope' or chera alam 'land of the Cheras'. One...
- site. Retrieved 10 March 2015. Edmond, Martin (30 September 2014). "Declivities and eminences". Sydney Review of Books. Writing and Society Research...
- temporary magazine would be placed, if possible, in a pit, or natural declivity, or surrounded by sandbags or earthworks. Cir****stances might require...
- Yarad (Hebrew: ירד), meaning "the descender", reflecting the river's declivity. Much of the area that makes up modern Jordan was historically called...
- sklandrouš, from Curonian: sklanda – 'fence-post, wattle fence, slope, declivity'; Livonian: sūrkak (plural: sūr kakūd), žograusis or dižrausis is a traditional...
- monument was five billion rupiah (about 540,000 dollars). This statue has a declivity 20 degree and is made from fiber and steel and became the "first flying...
- to be unsusceptible to attack because of the steepness of the adjacent declivity of the ground. Croesus was captured, and his territory, including the...
- it thus: "St. Remo is a pretty considerable town, well-built upon the declivity of a gently rolling hill...There is very little plain ground in this neighbourhood;...