mountain chain

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  • The whole mountain-chain is covered with snow each year from top to bottom. Cited from Persia Revisited, by Thomas Edward Gordon
  • You can also see the view of the hills that are part of the mountain chain.
  • In that time we had crossed the mountain chain, and had come again to the sea. Cited from Arizona Nights, by Stewart Edward White
  • He found a path that led from the bank of the river, through the woods, across the mountain chain. Cited from The Greylock, by Georg Ebers
  • Its distance from the mountain chain rapidly increased. Cited from The Master of the World, Jules Verne
  • From the town center one can see the two mountain chains that run through this rugged area.
  • It contains a number of large mountain chains and parts of mountain chains.
  • The high mountain chain has several rugged rock formations that rise above the tree line.
  • It is located on a large raised plain in the centre of the state, where there are no mountain chains.
  • On the 10th we got a bearing of the mountain chain right down in south by west true. Cited from The South Pole, Vols 1 and 2, Roald Amundsen
  • IT was no easy matter to pass through the British forces that lay massed around the mountain-chain. Cited from With Steyn and De Wet, by Philip Pienaar
  • The mountain chain or Darling Range runs nearly in the direction of north and south. Cited from Discoveries in Australia, Volume 2, by John Lort Stokes
  • The mountain chain continues at about ten hours to the west of the Hadj route. Cited from Syria and the Holy Land, by John Burckhardt
  • This national park covers about and is almost entirely in the Andes mountain chain.
  • This process, called orogenesis, is one of the most common ways for a mountain chain to form.
  • They were of the most varied shapes, and appeared to form part of a regular mountain chain. Cited from Travels in Africa, by Mungo Park
  • The mountain chain upon which Al-Bireh is located is rich with history.
  • The name Djurdjura is also used for the villages located in this mountain chain.
  • A. For the largest rivers and longest mountain-chain in the world. Cited from First Lessons In Geography, by James Monteith
  • He says the track lies either through fine valleys or over mountain-chains cut up by defiles. Cited from Mission to Central Africa in the Years 1850-51, Vol. 2, by Richardson
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