Uluru

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U·lu·ru

 (o͞o′lo͞o′ro͞o′)
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Uluru

(ˌuːləˈruː)
n
(Placename) a large isolated desert rock, sometimes described as the world's largest monolith, in the Northern Territory of Australia: sacred to local Aboriginal people. Height: 330m (1100 ft). Base circumference: 9 km (5.6 miles). Also called: Ayers Rock
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