Definition of Hamadas

1. hamada [n] - See also: hamada



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hamadas

ham-fisted
ham-handed
ham-handedly
ham-sandwich
ham actor
ham and eggs
ham e-mail
ham hock
ham it up
ham radio
ham sandwich
ham up
hamachi
hamada
hamadas (current term)
hamadryad
hamadryades
hamadryads
hamadryas
hamadryases
hamal
hamals
hamamelid dicot family
hamamelid dicot genus
hamamelis
hamamelises
hamamelose
hamana-hamana-hamana
hamantasch

Literary usage of Hamadas

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Human Geography: An Attempt at a Positive Classification, Principles and by Jean Brunhes, Isaiah Bowman, Richard Elwood Dodge, Irville Charles Le Compte (1920)
"... of the hamadas, it seems as if one were leaving a rather hospitable region and facing for the first time the true desert. On the large, indefinite, ..."

2. The Earth and Its Inhabitants by Élisée Reclus (1893)
"Kes- sera, the most regular of the hamadas, whose summit consists of an ... North-east of the central hamadas the uplands develop a regular mountain range, ..."

3. Meyers Grosses Konversations-Lexikon: Ein Nachschlagewerk des allgemeinen by Hermann Julius Meyer (1902)
"... mit etwa 40" nach der Wüste hin ein, nehmen dort eine horizontale Lage an und verbreiten sich nach T. in das steinige Wüsten - Plateau der hamadas, ..."

4. Africa by Augustus Henry Keane (1907)
"In the north especially the track winds along waterless hamadas from 1200 to 1300 feet high, where the older formations appear to rest on more recent rocks, ..."

5. Africa by Augustus Henry Keane (1907)
"In the north especially the track winds along waterless hamadas from 1200 to 1300 feet high, where the older formations appear to rest on more recent rocks, ..."

6. The Face of the Earth: (Das Antlitz Der Erde) by Eduard Suess (1904)
"... and palaeontological development of the Cretaceous system as the folds of the mountain chains and the ' hamadas,' ie the stone deserts of the foreland. ..."

7. The Argentine Republic: Its Development and Progress by Pierre Denis (1922)
"... up to the fringes of the valleys, the fluting of the sandstone and steepness of the cliffs bear witness, like the edges of the hamadas of the Sahara, ..."

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