- From German Karst. (Wiktionary)
“Karst is one of nearly 2500 Americans who remain missing in Southeast Asia.”
“Went on a tour of the Moravian Karst which is a series of limestone caves.”
“Constitutional equality law scholar, Kenneth L. Karst has written about paying the price for attempting invisibility: Much of your demoralization owes to your sense of isolation.”
“Joe Deal has work from his black-and-white series "Karst and Pseudokarst" exploring natural and manmade features in the environment.”
“She has removed from classroom duties after the incident, according to St. Lucie County School district spokesman Janice Karst.”
“Karst counts older women, specifically her grandmother as muses.”
“In a total send up to the fashion industry's Lolita complex, by old, Karst means very mature.”
“Now, with buzz building and the collection available to view online (you must reach out directly to Karst for purchase) it's beyond clear that this is a rebellion worth joining.”
“The caves of Aggtelek and Slovak Karst are noted for their unique karst landscape comprising physical and biological formations which are of great aesthetic and scientific value.”
“In addition to this, a complex floristic and phytoecological survey was undertaken in 1970 on a selected part of the Slovak Karst namely the Silice Tableland, by the Department of Geobotanics of the Natural Science Faculty, Comenius University.”
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