Cordal


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Cord´al

    (kôrd´al)
n.1.Same as Cordelle.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Carol Cordal, Librarian, High School for Girls & Sir Thomas Rich's School, Gloucester
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La altura maxima de la sierra de Cantabria se alcanza en el monte Palomares, que llega a los 1.440 m y todo el cordal nunca desciende de los 900 m.
[7.] Bromberger JT, Meyer PM, Kravitz HM, Sommer B, Cordal A, Powell L et al.
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