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  • n. Plural form of mound.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of mound.


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  • I currently have the debris from five boxes of ornaments and other bits and pieces in mounds on the floor.

    Unpacking boxes.

  • I * will* go back someday, when I'm swimming in mounds of cash.

    The Feepmaster Speaks

  • Considerable reshaping has been carried out in mounds and hollows added to the bunkers, which guard the long green.

    Hole descriptions

  • There was one who lived here who had come from Russia, he always would ride up the mounds (he called the mounds so funnily, "hillocks").

    The Cossacks

  • This furnishes a complete explanation of the fact that uncharred human bones are frequently found in Southern mounds imbedded in charcoal and ashes.

    The Problem of the Ohio Mounds

  • For many who believe in ley lines, that crop circles are some form of manifestation of our collective unconscious, in ghosts being energy impressions left in stone and brick, the mounds are the same, or at least similar: the result of an interaction between forces we as yet do not understand, or never will, and our spaceship earth.

    The Mysterious Mima Mounds | Impact Lab

  • “In the Bampur valley, there is an ancient site covered with sand mounds, which is as large as the Burnt City and may belong to a civilization as great as the civilization of that the city,” Mehdi Mortazavi, an archaeologist of the University of Sistan-Baluchestan, told the Persian service of CHN on Saturday.

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • The mounds are a lesser-known aspect of Louisiana's past, one that the state would like to better publicize and make accessible.

    Following the Trail of Ancient Louisianians

  • The mounds were the bodies of Michael and Becky De George

    1st to Die

  • The mounds were the bodies of Michael and Becky DeGeorge.

    1st to Die


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