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topography

The contours of land—such as flat, rolling, or steep.

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When the amount of ammonia is big, most of the calcium carbonate precipitate is spherical, which shows that ammonia has influence on the topograph of calcium carbonate.
Turn right up the steps and when the path divides take the right fork to return via the trig pillar and topograph. The car park is on the left.
Stream order, a measure of the position of a stream in a hierarchy of tributaries (Strahler, 1957), was determined from USGS 1:24,000-scale topograph ic maps.
From the car park, walk over the pasture land along the clear path to the contoured topograph where there are wonderful views far over the Berkely Vale and the sinuous river Severn.
For instance, Dewalt tells us that, prior to the First World War, Canada was one of the most important manufacturers of linecasters in the world, boasting `one of two Topograph factories in the world, one of three Monoline plants, and one of four Linotype operations' (pp.