from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A vertical cavity, usually leading into a cave, dissolved out of some soluble rock, such as limestone, by descending waters.
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The following are so designated: the last 150m of the canyon before the entrance to Skocjan Caves, the collapsed dolines Mala dolina and Velika dolina, all the caves, in the Park, and a dripstone formation on the surface near the Lipje cave.
As he stood so, looking at the serapes and a hanging rack of dolina blankets with his hands clasped behind his back like a patron in an art gallery (and blinking back tears all the while), there came a light tap on his shoulder.
In one _dolina_ which had been fortified, an officer and
Račková dolina Campground (near Liptovský Mikuláš).
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