western rim

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  • There is also a smaller section near the western rim.
  • A pair of these lie next to each other along the eastern side, and another pair on the western rim.
  • While I was thus beating about the bush the sun dropped below the western rim of hills. Cited from The Blue Flower, by Henry van Dyke
  • Before long the sun had vanished over the western rim and twilight came on rapidly. Cited from Bert Wilson in the Rockies, by J. W. Duffield
  • A small crater lies along the western rim and inner wall.
  • This floor has a lower albedo in several patches near the western rim.
  • Only slight wrinkle ridges now mark where the western rim once lay.
  • Night, in fact, rushed down on them as soon almost as the sun sank behind the western rim of the desert. Cited from The Border Boys Across the Frontier, by Fremont B. Deering
  • The Wales Coast Path has an inland section that runs along the south-western rim of these woods.
  • The interior walls are multiply terraced, although less so along the western rim.
  • Almost visibly the routed night rolled back over the western rim of the world. Cited from The False Faces, by Vance, Louis Joseph
  • A pair of small craters also cross the western rim.
  • The western rim of the crater is broken open and joined to a smaller crater to the west.
  • The western rim is attached to rough terrain to the west and northwest.
  • Sections of the crater floor are, however, relatively level, particularly an arc along the western rim.
  • Only a section in the northeast and near the intact western rim remain unmarked.
  • The western rim projects more prominently above the surrounding irregular plain.
  • The town is located on the western rim of historic Lubusz Land.
  • The western rim is much less damaged by impacts, although it is still eroded.
  • A pair of small craters lies across the low western rim, and another pair is situated on the inner wall to the southeast.
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