basin in

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  • The modern water basin in which these lake stood have been used for their names.
  • He came out of the room with the basin in his hands. Cited from Lewis Rand, by Mary Johnston
  • This area is, on average, the second-most active basin in the world.
  • The whole basin in which the lake lies was once occupied by a single, larger lake.
  • This is the only known impact in a deep-ocean basin in the world.
  • So she caught the pretty fish and put him into the basin in the cave. Cited from Story Hour Readers Book Three, by Coe & Christie
  • The sea level then rose and the lake was a shallow basin in the sea floor.
  • A stream of water fell over the rocks into a basin in the cave. Cited from Story Hour Readers Book Three, by Coe & Christie
  • The square chamber inside is empty with a square basin in the center of it.
  • In the upper hall he addressed another nurse who approached him, basin in hand. Cited from Tales of the Jazz Age, by F. Scott Fitzgerald
  • Several projects were completed such as construction of a new stock exchange and commercial basin in the first half of the century.
  • There was no basin in his bed-room. Cited from John M. Synge, by John Masefield
  • So they climbed up along the side of the basin in order to seek a way down in some other direction. Cited from German Classics of the 19th & 20th Centuries, Vol. VIII, Ed. by Francke
  • A freshwater well or spring lies in a rock cut basin in the middle of the island.
  • It is native to the Great Basin in the western United States.
  • Not thirty yards from where he had discovered the first one, he found a basin in the rocks filled with sand. Cited from The Story of Paul Boyton, by Paul Boyton
  • Presently the girl came to the bedside again with a basin in her hand. Cited from The Shadow of a Crime, by Hall Caine
  • Spring water, from the same source as the original well, is fed into a stone basin in the south-western corner.
  • The native range formerly extended south into the Great Lakes basin in Michigan.
  • First let us take the case of a basin in which the water is allowed to flow out through a hole in its centre. Cited from Outlines of the Earth's History, by Nathaniel Southgate Shaler
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