Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of lowland.

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Examples

  • Most of Scotland outside of the southern lowlands is pretty much the same state as it was when the Picts were conducting raids on the Romans.

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  • A well-documented and supported theory for the decline of the Maya central lowlands is the deterioration of trade routes.

    The Ancient Maya - A Commercial Empire

  • A well-documented and supported theory for the decline of the Maya central lowlands is the deterioration of trade routes.

    The Ancient Maya - A Commercial Empire

  • The capybara, for instance, is at home in the Latin American lowlands, where the climate is hot and humid and floods cause seasonal inundations.

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  • He was a good gouger, and had marked up most of the boys on the "flats" as we called the lowlands where the poorer working people lived.

    The Iron Puddler

  • The Sierras’ isolation from the Andes by dry lowlands is one of the unique characteristics of this ecoregion.

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  • One strong contender is Ilopango in El Salvador, whose eruption caused major depopulation in Maya lowlands around this time.

    Weatherwatch: British summers can be like the Dark Ages

  • Set in a place called the lowlands, our protagonists must confront a massive empire that has slowly been swallowing all the scattered lands of humans.

    Empire in Black and Gold, A review

  • Set in a place called the lowlands, our protagonists must confront a massive empire that has slowly been swallowing all the scattered lands of humans.

    Archive 2008-09-01

  • The lowlands were the only habitable land areas and were occupied in the first decade or two of settlement.

    Land tenure and management in the boreal region

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