- n. Plural form of lowland.
“Most of Scotland outside of the southern lowlands is pretty much the same state as it was when the Picts were conducting raids on the Romans.”
“A well-documented and supported theory for the decline of the Maya central lowlands is the deterioration of trade routes.”
“The capybara, for instance, is at home in the Latin American lowlands, where the climate is hot and humid and floods cause seasonal inundations.”
“He was a good gouger, and had marked up most of the boys on the "flats" as we called the lowlands where the poorer working people lived.”
“The Sierras’ isolation from the Andes by dry lowlands is one of the unique characteristics of this ecoregion.”
“One strong contender is Ilopango in El Salvador, whose eruption caused major depopulation in Maya lowlands around this time.”
“Set in a place called the lowlands, our protagonists must confront a massive empire that has slowly been swallowing all the scattered lands of humans.”
“The lowlands were the only habitable land areas and were occupied in the first decade or two of settlement.”
“Dog traders from the lowlands are the main suppliers of dogs in Baguio City and nearby province of Benguet where traditional dog meat eaters patronized known restaurants serving delicious dog meat menus.”
“Towards the end of this cultural and constructive apogee, near the year 800 A.D., the cities of the lowlands were all in decadence.”
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