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  • The construction of the border or rim of this bag is quite remarkable. Cited from Prehistoric Textile Art of Eastern United States, William Henry Holmes
  • The rim of this crater is generally circular, although the western side is straight.
  • The rim of this crater is worn, and is somewhat lower in the northern half.
  • The rim of this basin forms a mountain range that can be seen under oblique lighting conditions.
  • The rim of this crater are somewhat worn, but still retain some structure and a relatively clear edge.
  • The outer rim of this formation has undergone some wear, but the general circular form is still distinct.
  • The outer rim of this crater has been worn and eroded, particularly along the northwest half.
  • The rim of this crater is relatively well-defined, and has not suffered significant impact erosion.
  • The rim of this formation is somewhat eroded, and several small craters lie along the edge.
  • The outer rim of this feature has been worn and eroded due to subsequent impacts.
  • The rim of this crater is well-defined with little appearance of erosion.
  • When used in the fields, the rim of this second wheel is hollow and divided into segments, each with a mouth or opening. Cited from Peeps at Many Lands: Egypt, by R. Talbot Kelly
  • The rim of this crater is marked in several locations by smaller impacts that lie along or across the side.
  • The rim of this crater is well-defined and has not been significantly worn down by impacts.
  • The rim of this crater is well-defined and forms a somewhat uneven circle.
  • The southeastern rim of this interior crater is now little more than a low rise across the floor of Douglass.
  • Lafayette is located on the western rim of this valley.
  • The rim of this lake is composed mostly of detrital rocks, which are rarely exposed. Cited from The Atlantic Monthly, Vol. 7, No. 40, February, 1861, by Various
  • The outer rim of this walled plain has been all but obliterated by many small impacts.
  • We are very happy that the 1951 convention has come to Illinois, which represents the western rim of this group. Cited from Northern Nut Growers Assn, 42nd Annual Meeting, Aug 28-30, 1951
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