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  • The western section of the park is rugged and extremely difficult to reach.
  • Due to the rugged nature of the coast, for many of these access is by boat only.
  • All were also available as rugged four-wheel drive off-road vehicles.
  • There are several places of rugged natural beauty and historical interest.
  • The southern portion of this east coast range is broader and even more rugged than the northern section.
  • The original concept was for a rugged, simple, close air support aircraft integrated with forward ground operations.
  • Larger, more rugged models are made for commercial or rescue use.
  • The surface on either side of this range is rugged.
  • The north-western part of the former county is rugged, wild and desolate.
  • The southwest part of the floor, however, is slightly raised and much more rugged than the remainder.
  • The area has been described as a land of high and difficult hills with deep and rugged defiles.
  • This western part of the county is the least developed, due to rugged topography.
  • The province is composed largely of low and extremely rugged hills and small lowland areas.
  • Its dense felt could be rugged enough to carry water.
  • The summit is more in keeping with its southern flanks than its rugged northern approach.
  • They set out to build a four-seat aircraft that was not only rugged, but the fastest aircraft as well.
  • In the US and Europe, agricultural aircraft are typically small, simple, and rugged.
  • Though the relief is not high, the plateau region is extremely rugged in most areas.
  • During the trip through the rugged mountains, the vanguard company divided into three sections.
  • Many of the valleys in the southern part of the county are rather deep and in places and somewhat rugged.
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Meaning of rugged

  • adjective Sturdy and strong in constitution or construction; enduring
    with a house full of boys you have to have rugged furniture