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  • n. Plural form of landform.


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  • Shutterstock China's newest Unesco site is China Danxia, the name for landforms that include steep red cliffs and dramatic natural pillars and waterfalls in the southern part of the country.

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  • (D) identify and locate major physical and human geographic features such as landforms, water bodies, and urban centers of various places and regions;

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  • There was a trembling in the air as the unnamed colors and landforms took on definition, a clarity of outline and extent.

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  • But it paid off, she says, noting that today they "amaze their friends" with what they know about geography and landforms.

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  • Spanish is similar to English in that landforms are named not only according to their shape or morphology, but also according to their relative location.

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  • I absolutely 100% agree that local landforms and beach profile can make a huge difference to how the wave performs.

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  • Such complex looking landforms in the Cydonia region are thought to be the result of landslides and erosion of the ancient Martian crust.antwrp. html

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  • Dropped like a stone tablet into the heart of the Holy Land, the Dead Sea is a long, narrow lake created two million years ago when rising landforms cut it off from the Mediterranean.

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  • Life is lived at a slower pace here and the insight the island offers into nature and traditional ways of life is not to be missed.8 Natural wondersSai Kung is known as Hong Kong's back garden, consisting of a vast area of exotic landforms, parkland and marine habitat.

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  • Scientists have identified 14 landforms called lobate scarps scattered over the surface of the moon, explained Thomas R. Watters of the Center for Earth and Planetary Studies at the Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum.

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