Definition of Doline

1. dolina [n -S] - See also: dolina



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Doline

dolichols
dolichopellic
dolichopellic pelvis
dolichoprosopic
dolichostenomelia
dolichouranic
dolichyl-diphosphooligosaccharide - protein glycotransferase
dolichyl-phosphate-mannose-glycolipid alpha-mannosyltransferase
dolichyl-phosphate-mannose - protein mannosyltransferase
dolichyl-phosphate-mannose phosphodiesterase
dolichyl-phosphate alpha-N-acetylglucosaminyltransferase
dolichyldiphosphatase
dolina
dolinas
doline (current term)
dolines
doling
dolioform
doliolum
dolium
doll
doll's eye sign
doll's eyes
doll's house
doll's houses
doll up
dollar
dollar-sign
dollar bill

Literary usage of Doline

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1. Earth Features and Their Meaning: An Introduction to Geology for the Student by William Herbert Hobbs (1912)
"In place of the sink or swallow hole, there appears the " karst funnel " or doline, a deep, bowl-shaped depression having a flat bottom. ..."

2. Landscape Archaeology in Southern Epirus, Greece 1 by James Wiseman (2003)
"Cross section of a doline doline subaqueous spring widening and deepening the ... Formation of a doline (sinkhole) by roof collapse or dissolution in a ..."

3. The Geographical Journal by Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain). (1902)
"Polyes are in almost all morphological characteristics only large doline?, and both were until recently explained as due to the falling in of cavern roofs. ..."

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