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  • n. Plural form of lakeshore.

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Examples

  • Various types of pozole, mole, whitefish with garlic, fish birria, chichicuilotes (birds indigenous to the Jalisco lakeshores) are served, along with bote, a stew made with beef, pork or chicken, with vegetables usually cooked in pulque and served in a thick sauce.

    The cuisine of Jalisco: la cocina tapatia

  • This is particularly serious on the valuable lakeshores, removing habitat and affecting water quality and lake ecosystems.

    Beyond Old Growth~ Chapter 5

  • The rift valley plains along the lakeshores of Lake Malawi, the Upper Shire, and Lower Shire Valleys

    Water profile of Malawi

  • "Thawing permafrost, eroding lakeshores, a melting glacier and fears of flash floods at a national park on Baffin Island have forced the evacuation of 21 tourists and led officials to declare much of the wilderness reserve off-limits until geologists and ice experts can assess what appear to be the latest dramatic effects of climate change in Canada's Arctic."

    Todd Carmichael: Unprecedented warming, melting forces Arctic tourist evacuation

  • Panoramic Journeys have designed special unique itineraries to incorporate not only the eclipse, but also adventurous explorations through the wilds of the Altai Mountains – driving, rafting, trekking, and horse riding through craggy mountainous terrain, lush valleys, beside lakeshores and along rivers.

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • He even kept a field notebook, just like naturalists in the early 20th century who described mountain yellow-legged frogs covering the lakeshores.

    What's Killing The Frogs?

  • The lakeshores are also important areas of aquatic insect diversity, while estuaries serve as important fish hatcheries for Great Lakes fisheries.

    Western Great Lakes forests

  • Agriculture, scattered throughout the ecoregion, and development, especially for second homes along the lakeshores, also pose conversion threats.

    Western Great Lakes forests

  • That might explain why the other cedar chronologies from low-elevation cliffsides in Ontario and rocky lakeshores in northwestern Québec; see #272 do not show the hockey-stick shape: no budworm, no frass, no nitrogen, no 20th century release.

    WSJ: House Energy report on the "mutual admiration society" « Climate Audit

  • That might explain why the other cedar chronologies from low-elevation cliffsides in Ontario and rocky lakeshores in northwestern Quàƒ⨢ec; see #272 do not show the hockey-stick shape: no budworm, no frass, no nitrogen, no 20th century release.

    bender on Gaspé « Climate Audit

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