mountainous

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  • During that period, much of their mountainous territory has remained outside government rule or control.
  • In the southern parts of its range it is mainly found in mountainous regions.
  • Many mountainous species move to lower ground during the winter.
  • The palace complex was designed with the mountainous site in mind and many forms of technology were considered.
  • The island is mostly mountainous with large coastal areas in the north and south.
  • Wales is a generally mountainous country on the western side of central southern Great Britain.
  • Her nude body was found in a nearby mountainous area nine days later.
  • There are many mountainous areas in the west and in the north.
  • The municipality is very mountainous, with only one third of the land being below the tree line of above sea level.
  • Second, the mountainous area which is in the west and the north.
  • The municipality is mountainous with a narrow beach area along the coast.
  • The island is mostly mountainous with a mountain range in the west of the island from the north to the south.
  • Five large valleys and two major rivers wind through this mountainous region.
  • The district is located in a mountainous area on both banks of the Main River.
  • Its mountainous terrain makes mountain passes important to trade and economic life.
  • The county is mountainous with small river valleys running through the county.
  • It is mostly mountainous with large coastal areas in the north and south regions of the island.
  • In most mountainous regions, local storms develop by late morning and early afternoon.
  • Most of the land is mountainous, allowing for little in the way of agriculture.
  • Due to the mountainous interior, there is no road crossing the island.
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