doline


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doline

(dəˈliːnə) or

dolina

n
(Physical Geography) a shallow usually funnel-shaped depression of the ground surface formed by solution in limestone regions
[C20: from Russian dolina, valley, plain; related to dale]
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Lines with the omission of stress on the second S-position: V doline tishim glubokoi, model--0.
Zemledelie i sistemy zemlepol'zovaniya v doline Moskva-reki v zheleznom veke [Agriculture and systems of land use in the valley of the River Moskva in the Iron Age].
Osobennosti morfologii stroeniya i formirovaniya prolyuviya krupnogo konusa vynosa v drevnej doline reki Gauya [Morphological characteristics and development of the old gully fan in the Gauja River valley].
Three depth profiles to lithic contact 20 m apart came from a transect across a gentle side-slope leading to a doline, ~100 m from the entrance to the Predator Cave predator site.
Snyder RW, Ruhe J, Kobrin S, Wasserstein A, Doline C, Nachamkin I, et al.
Playwright and poet Lizzie Nunnery and novelist Gwen doline Riley will appear at the Everyman Bistro on Friday.
Pajki iz gornjega dela selske doline termofilni bukov gozd nad zalim logom, 650 m.
lezat' i rune v zemle syroj")--a time when "the sad tune over me / In the valley the wind will disperse" ("napev unylyj nado mnoj / V doline veter razneset").
At Ngarua, there are no cliffs so 5 transects encompassing a variety of slopes and aspects were taken at right angles to a line running down-slope between the cave containing the predator deposit and a doline on one side, and a doline and a low rise on the other side.
1978) have proposed that doline formation in the Chilterns depended on two climatically driven processes - the melting of the permafrost at the end of glacial events, or heavy rainfall during wet temperate phases both capable of providing the water necessary to drain locally into and break down the chalk.