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  • adjective geology Featuring or formed into dunes.

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Examples

  • Stop gripping and release your medical records so that the American people can see whether they will be duned or not before you even think about winning this election.

    McCain will again question Obama's judgment

  • This is further to my February 15th entry on Martian sand dunes; stereo images show nicely, and I'd hope conclusively, how the structures misinterpreted by some as convex ribbed features (i.e. Hoagland's glass tubes/worms) are actually deep canyons with slightly concave duned floors.

    Archive 2004-04-01

  • This is further to my February 15th entry on Martian sand dunes; stereo images show nicely, and I'd hope conclusively, how the structures misinterpreted by some as convex ribbed features (i.e. Hoagland's glass tubes/worms) are actually deep canyons with slightly concave duned floors.

    Optical misinterpretation

  • Dust and sand had duned at the bottom of it, and someone had tagged the walls with ballooning purple graffiti.

    Spin

  • She led them up an outside staircase, across a rooftop terrace duned with dust, and then up a rotted wooden ladder past shuttered windows to a higher rooftop.

    Ilium

  • Mrs. Miller the coach makers wife called and spent the day with us Martin come up at night not sober. duned me for money paid him $2 says it is to buy pantaloons.

    Ferry Hill Plantation journal : January 4, 1838-January 15, 1839,

  • There was not much to do other than enjoy the weather and look at the pine trees and sand duned beaches as we passed along the mainland coast.

    TravelPod.com TravelStream™ — Recent Entries at TravelPod.com

  • He'd been through that part of the woods a hundred times before he'd found it, a hundred times walking right past the bunker as he tromped through that hard-duned no-man's-land jumbled kittycorner to

    News & Politics

  • He'd been through that part of the woods a hundred times before he'd found it, a hundred times walking right past the bunker as he tromped through that hard-duned no-man's-land jumbled kittycorner to

    News & Politics

  • He'd been through that part of the woods a hundred times before he'd found it, a hundred times walking right past the bunker as he tromped through that hard-duned no-man's-land jumbled kittycorner to

    News & Politics

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