basin of the lake

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  • The mouth of it looked out on the rocky basin of the lake. Cited from Little Novels, by Wilkie Collins
  • I penetrated into the basin of the lake for about six miles, and found it so far without surface water. Cited from Expeditions into Central Australia, by E. J. Eyre
  • Spectators watch the display from hundreds of boats crowded along the lower basin of the lake.
  • The basin of the lake is surrounded by a sheet of alpine flowers.
  • The small town of Ventura sits on the northwestern basin of the lake.
  • The only places where it has been found to date are in the Nzoia River drainage basin of the Lake Victoria region.
  • Spinnaker Island and Springbank Island are both located in the West Basin of the lake.
  • Each weekend between Memorial Day and Labor Day, the course is set on the main basin of the lake and boats can be seen racing for miles.
  • This places it in the South Basin of the lake; in fact it is only about 25 miles south of the narrowest point.
  • In the summers, the basin of the lake is surrounded by a sheet of alpine flowers.
  • The lake was created in the 1980s and the main basin of the lake was originally a Button Grass swamp prior to inundation.
  • The flitting twilight was now on the wane, and the shades of evening were gathering fast over the deep basin of the lake. Cited from The Headsman, by James Fenimore Cooper
  • The only places where it has been found to date are in the Nzoia River drainage basin of the Lake Victoria region; it might occur elsewhere though.
  • The catchment basin of the lake, historically dominated by extensive shola grass lands, drains into marshes at the head of the lake.
  • The basin of the lake is a major wine-growing region; there are numerous wineries in the lakeside village of Abrau-Dyurso.
  • The basin of the lake, and the country about Matsue, is physiographically studied, after the plans of instruction laid down in Huxley's excellent manual. Cited from Glimpses of Unfamiliar Japan, by Lafcadio Hearn
  • Some of these algal mats are associated with the stromatolites while most confine themselves to a particular area such as the high foreshore areas, splash zone or the central basin of the lake.
  • The basin of the lake has formed itself into the shape of the figure of 3, and the top section of the figure lies embosomed among the very wildest of the Westmoreland mountains. Cited from Can You Forgive Her?, by Anthony Trollope
  • In addition to the original loveliness of the landscape and the noble forest ranges, the basin of the lake was now enlarged, and similar improvements were effected throughout with the greatest pains. Cited from Japanese Literature, by Various
  • I should propose, therefore, that from the bank of the Lythe a tunnel be commenced, rising at a gentle incline until it pierces the basin of the lake. Cited from Paul Faber, Surgeon, by George MacDonald
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