eastern rim

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  • The whole length of its north-eastern rim is occupied by a single long island.
  • At its eastern rim stood a large white mountain, and at the south a blue one. Cited from The North American Indian, Vol. 1 of 20, by Edward S. Curtis
  • Several small, bowl-shaped craters lay across the eastern rim and inner wall.
  • For important games, the university would bring out temporary bleachers that would stand around the eastern rim of the stadium.
  • There are also a pair of small craters along the outer eastern rim.
  • A small crater lies along the edge of the eastern rim.
  • There is also a relatively fresh crater cutting across the eastern rim.
  • There are several low central ridges lying along a band from the midpoint toward the eastern rim.
  • The most notable of these is La Caille B which lies across the eastern rim.
  • A small, relatively fresh crater lies across the eastern rim.
  • The interior floor is relatively flat, especially toward the eastern rim, and is not marked by notable craterlets.
  • The northeastward extension of this ring is less well defined, but appears to begin at the eastern rim.
  • The most recent of these impacts are several small, cup-shaped craters along the eastern rim and inner wall and floor.
  • The interior floor is rough in places, with several small and tiny craters along the floor and the eastern rim.
  • Low German ceased to be spoken on the eastern rim of the Baltic Sea.
  • There is a small, fresh crater laid across the eastern rim, and some old and worn depression along the southern and western inner wall.
  • It lies within the large walled plain Gagarin, close to the eastern rim.
  • A system of rilles cut across the northern part of the floor, crossing the eastern rim and continuing to the southeast.
  • The interior floor has a central peak formation near the midpoint and a pair of small craters along the eastern rim.
  • The most notable slump is a triangular area along the eastern rim.
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