- n. Plural form of volcano.
“And the "volcanos" could be a quidditch tornament stand.”
“The park, which alternately curves, slopes and drops-off, depending on the location, houses a host of skater-friendly obstacles, including quarter - and half-pipe walls, steep "volcanos" and pyramid ramps with built-in rails, said designer Jeff Paprocki, of Paprocki Concrete and Masonry in Mystic.”
“As we passed the volcanos we were treated with a lovely view of the Nevado de Colima's peak covered in snow.”
“Set against a backdrop of snow-covered volcanos, amidst fields of nopal cactus, this town celebrates its spiney harvest with a food fair featuring nopal salads, stews, stuffed nopales and even nopal ice cream, as well as other delicious regional specialties, grilled meats and barbeque.”
“Higgs has put together a motley melange of Childish's work: Downstairs one will find paintings of mountains and volcanos, as well as an homage to Germain mountaineer Toni Kurz, who died tragically scaling the North Face of the Eiger, and classical music composer Jean Sibelius.”
“Vertical tree trunks preserved in rock strata are evidence of continental type volcanos (as opposed to basaltic oceanic crustal volcanos).”
“Indonesia, a vast archipelago of 235 million people, is prone to earthquakes and volcanos because it sits along the Pacific "Ring of Fire," a horseshoe-shaped string of faults that lines the Pacific.”
“The area is along the Pacific Ring of Fire, an arc of volcanos and fault lines that stretches around the Pacific Rim.”
“When book shopping this weekend, a friend reminded me about how Volcano Wakes Up would be a great way to read about the wonders of volcanos and tie into current events.”
“According to TIME and the paper's abstract, the team created models based on the formation of similar terrain on Earth -- subglacial volcanos and ice shelves -- to determine how the chaos terrain on Europa could have formed.”
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