TransFrameNet:Natural features

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archipelago.n

  • A sharp contrast to the Buid is provided by the Tausug, a Muslim group inhabiting the
    Sulu
    Sulun
    archipelago
    saaristoa
    in the southern Philippines.
  • The Wallace Line commemorates his observation that a zoographical division slices the
    Indonesian
    Indonesian
    archipelago
    saariston
    in half, running down between Celebes and Borneo, Bali and Lombok, and thinly separates very old and very new life-forms.
  • Instead, he discovered the
    archipelago
    saariston
    of Svalbard
    Svalbardin
    , whose fiords were teeming with whales and walrus.
  • They even partitioned the
    archipelago
    saariston
    into three quite separate military commands; Sumatra, Java, and the Great East.
  • Maddalena is set in an
    archipelago
    saaristoon
    of seven islands, one of which, Budelli, has an amazing pink beach.
  • The pace of logging in the
    Indonesian
    Indonesian
    archipelago
    saaristossa
    is set to increase as a result of the lifting of a ban on the export of raw logs.
  • These particular not-so-little beauties originate from S.E. Asia, D. microlepis from Thailand, Sumatra and Borneo; D. quadrifasciatus from Thailand, India and Burma, spreading into the
    Indo-Australian
    Indo-Australian
    archipelago
    saaristoon
    .

atoll.n

  • The complaints of the Forum nations centred on fears that the
    coral
    koralli-
    atolls
    atollit
    at Mururoa and Fangataufa
    Mururoan ja Fangataufan
    may break up and leak radioactive contamination.
  • THE RESUMPTION of nuclear tests by France at the
    Mururoa
    Mururoan
    atoll
    atollilla
    in the Pacific
    Tyynellämerellä
    , last month, has renewed fears that plutonium and other pollutants from past tests may be spreading throughout the Polynesian islands.
  • As his 12-seater plane makes an unscheduled stop at a tiny
    atoll
    atollilla
    in the Marshall Islands
    Marshallinsaarten
    , he spots that there are no tin roofs and lets the plane go on without him.
  • There is increasing evidence that the original island peoples did not migrate eastwards from continental Asia, but evolved independently for millennia amongst the isolated
    atolls
    atollien
    of the south Pacific
    eteläisen Tyynenmeren
    -- resulting in a different turn of mind.
  • He sat with his eyes fixed on great breakers rolling on a
    coral
    koralli-
    atoll
    atollilla
    somewhere in the immense Pacific.
  • When the island had sunk beneath the waves the former fringe would be left as an
    atoll
    atolliksi
    .
  • It will, the company says, protect the
    atolls
    atolleja
    from the rising tides.
  • Around 200 atmospheric and underground nuclear tests had been conducted by the French over the last three decades at its test sites on
    Fangataufa
    Fangataufan
    and
    Mururoa
    Mururoan
    atolls
    atolleilla
    , in the colonial territory of French Polynesia.

bay.n

  • This is our seventh year sailing from the wide
    bay
    lahdelta
    of Bitez
    Bitezin
    .
  • We looked out over the
    bay
    lahden
    to the houses directly opposite.
  • We entered the
    bay
    lahteen
    outside Ness harbour
    Nessin sataman ulkopuolella
    just after dark.
  • This specimen was obtained from the
    Baltic
    Baltian
    bays
    lahdista
    .
  • She pushed open the door of a room overlooking the
    bay
    lahdelle
    , a room flooded with sunshine but musty and stale.
  • Florida protested that lower river levels might upset the delicate ecology of
    Apalachicola
    Apalachicolan
    bay
    lahden
    , and sink the area's oyster industry.

bayou.n

  • Despite its name, this is a meat stew popular in
    bayou
    lutakko-
    country.
  • This technology has proven successful in our licence to Chevron at
    Cedar
    Cedarin
    Bayou
    suvannossa
    in the USA
    USA:ssa
    .
  • CANBERRA, Australia (AP) --- The U.S. Air Force flew two B-52 bombers from the
    bayous
    suvannoilta
    of Louisiana
    Louisianan
    to red sands of the Australian Outback to demonstrate a new missile Wednesday.
  • Two years ago, Sept. 22, 1993, an eastbound Sunset Limited train derailed into a
    bayou
    suvantoon
    near Saraland, Alabama, killing 47 people.
  • The production, which reportedly cost dlrs 10 million, looked terrific though, with the rural settings by Andrew Jackness evoking the sugar cane and sunsets of the
    Louisiana
    Louisianan
    bayou
    suvannon
    .
  • Marks paid dlrs 5,000 to an undercover FBI agent he met on a
    remote
    kaukaisella
    bayou
    suvannolla
    near Baton Rouge, La.
    lähellä Los Angelesin Baton Rougea
    , in 1985 for what he thought was 37 pounds of plastic explosives.

beach.n

  • Fuerteventura is a true desert island whose character revolves around
    its
    sen
    sand
    hiekka-
    beaches
    rantojen
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  • The gently sloping
    sand
    hiekka-
    beaches
    rannat
    which the article associates with whale strandings would be composed of particles in the 1 to 2 mm size range, emitting noise in the 50 to 100 kHz frequency band.
  • Steep cliffs guard empty
    white sand
    valkoisia hiekka-
    beaches
    rantoja
    along the west of the island
    saaren länsirannikolla
    .
  • No one can really say just where Palma Nova stops and Magalluf begins, they just sort of merge into one another and the
    sandy
    hiekka-
    beach
    ranta
    runs the length of both resorts.
  • On the way here the highway borders what must be some of the most delectable coastal scenery in the world: wooded headlands enclosing beach after
    sandy
    hiekka-
    beach
    rannan
    , empty of people.
  • We sail from a shallow,
    sandy
    hiekka-
    beach
    rannalta
    in the sheltered head of the gulf, just south of Cannigione
    lahden suojaisesta päästä, aivan Cannigionen eteläpuolelta
    .
  • There is a
    shingle
    pikkukivinen
    beach
    ranta
    in the town
    kaupungissa
    , with bathing facilities.
  • The
    shingle
    pikkukivinen
    beach
    ranta
    of the spit
    Niemenkärjen
    is the major tern breeding site in the estuary and receives special protection under an Act of Parliament.
  • One of them saw a tarnished wristwatch lying on the
    beach
    rannalla
    and decided to play a practical joke.
  • At that precise moment, just over a hundred miles away, Mavis Evers stood barefoot on
    Bournemouth
    Bournemouthin
    beach
    rannalla
    and contemplated suicide.
  • The accused left his clothes on a
    beach
    rannalle
    in Miami
    Miamissa
    and resurfaced under a false identity in Australia.
  • AN UNEASY truce was holding yesterday after fights erupted between feuding cocklers on a
    West Wales
    Länsi-Walesin
    beach
    rannalla
    .
  • If you really want to be energetic, there's windsurfing and waterskiing here or you can stroll along the
    beach
    rantaa
    to where they still make wooden Turkish boats by hand.
  • The woman had been in the country for less than a week when she went to the
    beach
    rannalle
    at Umgababa, just south of Durban
    Umgababassa, Durbanin eteläpuolella
    , after breakfast on Tuesday.
  • Hendry then experienced fear at first hand one night when he took his dog for it's nightly walk on the
    beach
    rannalla
    near his apartment in South Queensferry
    lähellä asuntoaan eteläisessä Queensferryssä
    .
  • There are two ways of walking along a
    rocky
    kivistä
    beach
    rantaa
    .
  • If you walk up and down a
    pebbly
    pikkukivistä
    beach
    rantaa
    , you will notice that the pebbles are not arranged at random.
  • Snacks are served from the
    beach
    ranta-
    bar and garden terrace.

beck.n

  • Beck Isle Cottage, Thornton Dale is a grade II listed thatched and stone built 16th century house overlooking the
    village
    kylän
    beck
    puron
    .
  • A fine stone bridge spans the
    beck
    puron
    below Swinner Gill Kirk
    Swinner Gill Kirkin alapuolella
    and I crossed it to follow the gill back below Moss Dam Hags and out along the top of Arn Gill Scar.
  • The
    beck
    Puro
    trickles into the main street in the Market Place.
  • Grove House shelters in the middle of a forest, surrounded by 5000 acres of woodland, moors and
    becks
    puroja
    where deer, squirrels and many birds can be seen.
  • Cross the
    beck
    Puro
    by the bridge and turn right, down to the shore of Crummock Water.
  • Ahead of me, to my right, the humps of Yorburgh and Drumaldrace shimmered in the heat as I dropped down following a kink where the road crosses a
    beck
    puro
    .
  • It was brown and furry, like one of the big rats from the
    beck
    purosta
    .
  • The loss of her own younger sister Maria, who had been drowned in the
    Beck
    puroon
    close to Aumery Park Farm, was ever-present at the back of Tamar's mind.
  • A
    beck
    Puro
    runs alongside the main street but due to the vagaries of the rainfall, springs etc it is more often a dry bed.

berg.n

  • There is a resigned look from Ann and Tony, but John and I (the more English pair?) take ice axes and haul a small
    berg
    jäävuoren
    ashore, beating lumps off it for the tea.
  • The giant
    berg
    jäävuori
    broke free from the Antarctic peninsula last August, threatening to cause havoc in the shipping lanes of the South Atlantic.
  • Movements of large tabular
    bergs
    jäävuorten
    have been monitored from satellite photographs (Swithinbank and others, 1977) or by signals from radio transmitters tracked via satellites (Tchernia and Jeannin, 1984).

brook.n

  • A substantial track led in Coleridge's day from Withycombe to the church, and past the farmhouse flowed a noisy
    brook
    puro
    on its short journey to the sea.
  • He went to the
    brook
    puroon
    ,
  • At one extreme the mighty Severn powers its way to the Bristol Channel, while at the other a
    Yorkshire
    Yorkshiren
    brook
    puro
    gurgles across moorland.
  • The mill race is partially filled in, the
    Carrant
    Carrantin
    Brook
    puro
    now flowing exclusively through what was once the bypass channel.
  • A The Cherry Barb, Barbus titteya, is found in the
    brooks
    puroissa
    and lowland rivers of Sri Lanka, where they reach a length of 5cm (2″).
  • The real price though, has been paid by the wildlife which once lived in
    Cannop
    Cannopin
    brook
    purossa
    .
  • I think my brother-in-law was summoned to the help of Mrs McLaren, when she fell into the
    brook
    puroon
    one dark morning, because he was a parish councillor.
  • The animals were part of a flock of 70 sheep which were driven into the
    brook
    puroon
    , apparently by a stray dog.
  • Gifford on Honey End rode like a man possessed, but as Foinavon sailed over
    Valentine's
    Valentinen
    Brook
    puron
    and the next three fences and made towards the stands the pursuit seemed hopeless.
  • Aylesbury's Bear
    Aylesburyn Bearin
    brook
    puro
    has run through these brick arches since the beginning of the last century.

burn.n

  • Once a dark toad clambered away towards the little
    burn
    puroa
    at the side of the field
    kentän sivulla
    .
  • Go over a fence to the left of the house to a
    burn
    purolle
    at the back
    takaosan
    .
  • Burn
    puro
    of Bannock
    Bannockin
    to the sea.
  • My memory of the falls was non-existent, or rather was based on that picture of the falls in Stott's book which showed a small waterfall on a
    moorland
    nummen
    burn
    purolla
    with Ben Tee beyond.
  • Climb over the fence, ford the
    burn
    puron
    again to reach the main road.
  • Cast Iron Bridge over the
    Braid
    Braidin
    Burn
    puron
  • Quartz veins associated with a small granodiorite intrusion at
    Glenhead
    Glenheadin
    Burn
    purolla
    near Loch Doon in south-west Scotland
    lähellä Loch Doonia Skotlannin lounaisosissa
    contain up to 1.5 g/t Au over 4.5 m in drill core (MRP 46).
  • Cross a
    burn
    puro
    then climb through a wood to Maxton Church.
  • A footbridge would be erected to cross the
    Gogar
    Gogarin
    Burn
    puron
    .
  • I left the cycle near a ruin and followed up the
    burn
    puro
    beyond.
  • `Can't I go along the
    burn
    puroa
    ?
  • When they reached their favourite bathing spot in the
    burn
    purossa
    below the house
    talon alapuolella olevassa
    they began the slow decent of the steep bank.

butte.n

  • Across the flat tableland are almost 100 red and orange monolithic
    sandstone
    hiekkakivi-
    buttes
    vuorta
    and mesas jutting skywards.
  • Emerging from a concealing
    butte
    vuorelta
    , Ollokot, wearing a sash and riding a magnificent cream-coloured mount, led fifty warriors in a frontal assault against Theller.
  • To the northeast of the dip, the eastern ridge of the
    Butte
    vuoren
    de Saran provides a few slopes of almost full southern exposure.
  • But other famed green havens such as the Parc Monceau, the
    Buttes
    vuoret
    Chaumont
    Chaumontin
    and the Parc Montsouris will open up sections of grass to the public.
  • Founded in 1872, Tempe was named by English traveler Darrel Duppa, who said
    the city's
    kaupungin
    desert
    aavikko-
    buttes
    vuoret
    reminded him of the vale of Tempe in northeast Greece.

canyon.n

  • He was drugged, bundled into the boot of a car and driven to a
    canyon
    kanjoniin
    on the outskirts of Santiago
    Santiagon lähiössä
    .
  • Then, abruptly, for the following day and a half there was neither sand nor palm trees, just a thirty-mile climb up a
    canyon
    kanjonia
    of broken slate and rock
    rikkoutunutta liusketta ja kiveä olevaa
    .
  • The
    canyon
    kanjoni
    ran parallel to the continuation of the wadi which I had been following for days.
  • As we climbed up the
    canyon
    kanjonia,
    we made a great clatter with sticks and stones and old tin cans, announcing our presence to the denizens.
  • Discover the many parks, valleys and
    canyons
    kanjonit
    , the five botanical gardens and the eerie caves at Haena.
  • The motorspeeder had entered a
    canyon
    kanjoniin
    at least a mile wide.
  • For a few weeks in mid-winter, the steel-blue waters of the Zanskar river freeze into a seventy mile ice passageway winding through a deep
    canyon
    kanjonin
    in the remote mountains of the northern Himalaya
    Pohjois-Himalajan kaukaisilla vuorilla
    .
  • For example, the Congo, which virtually debouches into a
    submarine
    merenalaiseen
    canyon
    kanjonin
    , has no delta.
  • He did not have time to check his mirrors for police cars as he passed All Hallows-on-the-Wall and plunged into the long straight
    canyon
    kanjoniin
    of London Wall
    London Wallin
    .
  • She saw a dark, circular shape rising from the depths, ascending the sides of the
    canyon
    kanjonin
    .

cataract.n

  • It poured down a
    cataract
    vesiputousta
    which cleansed the ground of every deadly device.
  • There was a stage at one end, where the fountains usually were, over which water was pouring in a frothing
    cataract
    vesiputouksen
    .

cave.n

  • With the Keld Head system now the longest underwater
    cave
    luola
    in Europe
    Euroopassa
    , at some 6.5 kilometres, what were Yeadon's and Crossley's thoughts on the dive:
  • A Neanderthal burial of about 60,000 years ago, at a
    cave
    luolassa
    in northern Iraq
    Pohjois-Irakissa
    , even appears to have included flowers.
  • Naked limestone is a feature of the river bed and there
    are
    on
    caves
    luolia
    in the bank below Danny Bridge
    Danny Bridgen alapuolisessa penkassa
    in its lower reaches before joining the River Rawthey just before Sedbergh.
  • The
    Colditz
    Colditzin
    cave
    luolan
    in Sheffield
    Sheffieldissä
    , described earlier, was built by Shepherd Construction.
  • Cities are a karst topography with sewers performing precisely the function of
    limestone
    kalkkikivi-
    caves
    luolien
    in Yugoslavia
    Jugoslaviassa
    , which causes a parched physical environment, especially in city centres,
  • There followed an urgent summons to direct a rescue excavation of three
    caves
    luolan
    on the slopes of Mount Carmel
    Mount Carmelin rinteillä
    , with T. D. McCown as assistant.
  • A unique honeycomb of
    caves
    luola-
    under the City make
    kaupungin alapuolella
    an ideal venue for the explorer.
  • I nodded my head to find I had opened
    Ali Baba's
    Ali Baban
    cave
    luolan
    merely by answering all his questions with the one French word, `oui ``.
  • The Harpies'
    Harpien
    cave
    luola
    is little more than a smelly hollow in the side of the hill, and contains nothing of interest, save for old bones from the Harpies' victims.
  • Carbon dating for the
    Altamira
    Altamiran
    caves
    luolien
    , a penguin troubles sceptics at the submerged Grotte Henri Cosquer, and the sponge is a give-away at Alave
  • The loaches regard the
    bogwood
    suopuu-
    cave
    luolan
    as being theirs and will protect it against all possible intruders.
  • Bryn Myrddin and the
    crystal
    kristalli-
    cave
    luola
    ?
  • The ceiling-hung, lint-bandage fronds by Stephanie Ireland provide a light airy, wind-blown introduction to Liam Hearne's much darker, menacing
    subterranean rock
    maanalaista kivi-
    cave
    luolaa
    .
  • “ … entreat for me Ephron the son of Zohar, that he may give me the
    cave
    luolan
    of Machpelah
    Machpelahin
    , which he owns; it is at the end of his field.
  • A secret
    cave
    luola
    outside Shanghai
    Shanghain ulkopuolella
    .
  • At the
    French Pyreneean
    Ranskan Pyreneiden
    cave
    luolassa
    of Niaux
    Niauxin
    a bison painting in the Salon Noir was found to be 12,890 BP plus or minus 160 years old.
  • `Manacor for a string of pearls, Inca for a pair of shoes, the
    caves
    luolat
    of Drach
    Drachin
    for a good old-fashioned scare or a romantic drive out to the peninsula of Formentor?
  • Not everyone wants to enter the
    cave
    luolaan
    on such terms.
  • We found our torches and entered the
    caves
    luoliin
    beneath the island
    saaren alapuolisiin
    .
  • Here, through the portals of an inner chamber named the Chapter House, the stream is seen in the light of the torch entering the
    cave
    luolaan
    in a high and graceful waterfall
    korkeassa ja upeassa vesiputouksessa
    .
  • And for that to happen you must do one day as I did, and enter the
    crystal
    kristalli-
    cave
    luolaan
    of vision
    näön
    .
  • But there's also plenty going on -- you can ride the waves on the windsurf or explore rocky
    caves
    luolia
    with a snorkel.
  • Better we find you more big snakes outside
    Death
    Kuoleman-
    Cave
    luolan
    .
  • The 1,574 kg of gold, found in
    southern German
    Etelä-Saksan
    caves
    luolista
    at the end of the war, had since that time been administered by a tripartite commission of France, the UK and the USA.
  • 7.3 Horse mandible from
    Kendrick's
    Kendrickin
    Cave
    luolasta
    (Great Orme's head, Llandudno, Wales), AMS dated to the late Upper Palaeolithic or very early Mesolithic (PRB 1959.12-3.1).
  • From spaces of crystal and
    caves
    luolista
    of ice
    jää-
    , from Abudah and Kubla Khan, from scholarly delight and childhood magic, his mind, refreshed and alert, leapt forward again.
  • There is no direct evidence of natural traps from the
    cave
    luolasta
    at Westbury
    Westburyn
    , but their potential significance must be remembered.
  • But Blondel had gone into the
    cave
    luolaan
    .
  • 1 Work out the route that you must follow to find the Minotaur. 2 Think about your journey as you go through the tunnels and
    caves
    luolien
    .
  • Until recently, the Loaches usually appeared at morning feeding time and then disappeared into a large
    bogwood
    suopuu-
    cave
    luolaan
    , which has several exits and entrances, reappearing after lights out and sometimes during the evening.
  • (Do you know, years ago I asked a wise man who lived in a
    cave
    luolassa
    outside Alexandria
    Aleksandrian ulkopuolella
    why this happens?
  • You should make several large
    caves
    luolia
    out of well-bedded rocks
    hyvin kiinnitetyistä kivistä
    , and/or well-weathered bogwood if you prefer.
  • The employment of a sandwich student has enabled the development of a database of information about
    Nottingham's
    Nottinghamin
    caves
    luolista
    and a system for monitoring the progress of 1:10 000 and 1:50 000 geological mapping.

cavern.n

  • The passage and the
    cavern
    luola
    were formed where a stream of water used to flow along a bedding plane between layers of limestone.
  • Marco twisted in his seat, staring back into the
    cavern
    luolaan
    they had just left.
  • During December/January the largest Shanny began excavating a cave underneath a rock until a sizeable
    cavern
    luola
    had been constructed.
  • A sudden, eerie flash illuminated the
    cavern
    luolan
    .

cay.n

  • `A ketch called Masquerade, presently marooned on
    Straker's
    Straker's
    Cay
    Caylla
    .
  • `McIllvanney says that Billingsley owns a house on
    Murder
    Murder
    Cay
    Caylla
    .
  • I've got a small place near by on another
    cay
    saarella
    .
  • It is dusk on a small
    cay
    saarella
    in the Bahamas
    Bahamalla
    .

channel.n

  • The south coast of Devon bulges into the
    Channel
    kanavaan
    between Exeter and Plymouth
    Exeterin ja Plymouthin välissä
    as if being pushed out to sea by the bulk of Dartmoor and reaching out towards France.
  • This means that the
    sea
    meri-
    channel
    kanava
    between Skye and the Western Isles, known as The Minches, is threatened by oil pollution.
  • The other river is the Culag, which descends a
    rocky
    kiviseen
    channel
    kanavaan
    in a succession of white cataracts, a spectacular sight in times of spate.
  • He said, `There's a deep-water
    channel
    kanava
    off Danu
    Danun ulkopuolella
    .
  • In July 1870 the war began, and suddenly the
    Channel
    kanavasta
    became a first line of defence rather than an obstacle to trade.
  • The narrow
    channels
    kanavat
    around Altdorf
    Altdorfin ympärillä
    itself are impassable to ocean-going ships, although once beyond Altdorf the Reik and the Talabec broaden out again.
  • The different geological conditions encountered on the British and French sides of the
    Channel
    kanavan
    demand the use of different types of TBM.
  • We crossed the
    Channel
    kanavan
    and boasted afterwards
  • `Look out chaps! we're over the
    channel
    kanavan
    and into France.
  • Despite British membership of the European Communities, there is an important sense in which Britain and certainly the British still look westward across the Atlantic rather than eastward over the
    English
    englantilaisen
    channel
    kanavan
    .

cliff.n

  • The diminutive but pleasant
    cliffs
    kalliot
    at nearby Brassington and Harborough
    Brassingtonin ja Harboroughin lähellä
    were formed in the same way.
  • It then forms the magnificent
    cliffs
    kalliot
    at Cassis
    Cassisissa
    , east of Marseilles.
  • There is some superb coastal walking -- the Cleveland Way joins the coast at Saltburn and runs down to Filey -- which takes in some of the most dramatic
    cliffs
    kalliot
    in Britain
    Britanniassa
    .
  • (b) the first rise (after 300 yds) is High Cliff which
    is the highest
    on korkein
    cliff
    kallio
    in Cornwall
    Cornwallissa
    .
  • One of Western Europe's most impressive medieval fortresses, Dover Castle is strategically positioned high above the White
    Cliffs
    kalliot
    of Dover
    Doverin
    .
  • From our campsite the route climbed above the tundra beneath the mighty
    rock
    kivi-
    cliffs
    kalliot
    of Hongu South Peak
    Hongu South Peakin
    , festooned with snow and ice like feathered-icing on some gigantic cake, to the top of a lateral moraine.
  • A Landsat image of Tibet is magnificent but the
    cliffs
    kalliot
    of Moher
    Moherin
    are as black as the O'Loughlins who ruled them.
  • I recall a day when I was new to the sport and I recall too the smell when lightning struck the
    limestone
    kalkkikivi-
    cliff
    kallioon,
    on which I was climbing.
  • There are good views to the sea, as well as of Cabo Girão (
    Madeira's
    Madeiran
    famous high
    cliff
    kallio
    ) to be had from the rooms.
  • The
    chalk
    Kalkki-
    cliffs
    kalliot
    are mainly sheer with little vegetation, but the sandstone cliffs are more tumbled with an undercliff structure, and in places of sufficient stability to have allowed vegetation to form.
  • If you examined
    Dover's
    Doverin
    chalk
    kalkki-
    cliffs
    kallioita
    with an electron microscope you would see their myriad forms, about one millionth of a metre across, the remains of trillions of these microscopic plants.
  • There were ceilidhs round the peat fires and on the fine days we explored the moors and sea
    cliffs
    kallioita
    .
  • Behind the narrow sandy beach stands a sheer
    cliff
    kallio
    of coral rock
    korallikivi-
    , seventy feet high.
  • Converted from a 17th century paper mill, this hotel is built into the
    cliffs
    kallioon
    just half a mile from the resort of Minori.
  • A dream of white horses brings us a our summer sport this week … its a name of a climb from the waves up the
    cliffs
    kallioilta
    of Anglesey
    Angleseyn
  • ``She fell over a
    cliff
    kalliolta
    .
  • This was worse, with impossible moves on gritty walls and creaks and trickles from the
    cliffs
    kallioilta
    of ice
    jää-
    .
  • A STUDENT at the University of Sussex in Brighton, has died in hospital in Swansea, a week after plunging from
    cliffs
    kallioilta
    at Stackpole near Tenby, west Wales
    lähellä länsi-Walesin Tenbyä olevilta Stackpolen
    .
  • Bristol is penetrated by calcium-loving vegetation growing on the
    limestone
    kalkkikivi-
    cliffs
    kallioilla
    of the Avon Gorge
    Avon Gorgen
    .
  • It was perched on a
    rocky
    kivisellä
    cliff
    kalliolla
    overlooking a stone path to the sea some 40 feet below.
  • There is the nineteenth- century villa, perched on a
    cliff
    kalliolla
    above Monte Carlo
    Monte Carlon yläpuolella
    which he has just finished restoring.
  • Although sometimes seen on the
    chalk
    kalkki-
    cliffs
    kallioilla
    in the summer, Cormorants have not bred in Sussex since 1938 or earlier.
  • He pointed to a
    cliff
    kalliota
    behind the waterfall
    vesiputouksen takana
    .
  • My maternal grandfather strained his heart hauling guns up the face of the
    Maltese
    Maltan
    cliffs
    kallioita
    .
  • I cried out and then more waves came up over my face and … well, just coughing and Bert carrying me up the
    cliff
    kalliota
    . ”
  • `After that scramble up the
    cliff
    kalliota
    ?
  • Walk the
    White
    Valkoisia
    Cliffs
    kallioita
    of Dover
    Doverin
    .
  • `In a
    cliff
    Kalliolla
    on the edge of the city
    kaupungin laidalla
    , about 2,500ft up from the valley floor, we came on an old tomb, full of bones and ceramic pieces.

clough.n

  • All too soon, the finest rocky
    clough
    laakso
    in the Dark Peak levels out at around the 1500 feet contour and falls back at an easy angle towards Shining Clough Moss and Bleaklow Head.
  • A little distance from the entrance of Alport Dale, up the Snake Pass road, is the start of the last steep section of our route — Blackden
    Clough
    laakso
    .
  • Above: Sun and rockpools in
    Wildboar
    Wildboarin
    Clough
    laaksossa
    :

coombe.n

  • She wondered if it was accessible and scanned the trees for signs of a
    coombe
    laaksosta
    .
  • For a couple of years the low cliffs of unconsolidated
    coombe
    laakson
    rock and brickearth were eroded at the rate of 3.5-6m (12-20 ft) per year before they were boarded in and a new groyne system established.

cordillera.n

  • Inland, the
    Annamite
    Annamiten
    Cordillera
    vuoristo
    thrust its purple peaks towards the afternoon sky, but neither Joseph Sherman nor his mother gave more than a passing glance to the spectacular mountain and ocean scenery outside the car.
  • And I added, `There's a minor road runs up over the
    cordillera
    vuoriston
    via San Miguel and Llata to Hualgayoc where you can turn south to Cajamarca.
  • Thus a Briton can drive through the
    Betic
    Beticin
    Cordillera
    vuoriston
    in southern Spain and instantly recognise the gypsiferous, red and green marls of the Keuper.
  • The 1,740-metre high Hudson volcano, situated in the
    central Andean
    keski-Andien
    cordillera
    vuoristossa
    in the province of Aysen, 1,600 km south of the capital Santiago
    Aysenin provinssissa, 1 600 km etelään pääkaupungista Santiagosta
    , erupted on Aug. 8.
  • This was the major period of emplacement of granite intrusions which resulted in the growth of the
    Western
    läntisen
    Cordillera
    vuoriston
    .

corrie.n

  • In 1886, in order to save time climbing before starting the day's work, a tent was pitched in a high
    corrie
    umpilaaksossa
    on Ben More Assynt.
  • Unfortunately Stuart died that night of severe internal and spinal injuries after having lain in the
    corrie
    umpilaaksossa
    for four hours before being airlifted.
  • You then go around the south-west shoulder of Sgurr Dearg to reach the
    corrie
    umpilaakson
    .

cove.n

  • They'll be able to bask in the sun, visit some of the hundreds of palm-fringed
    coves
    poukamissa
    around the island
    saarta ympäröivissä
    , or participate in excellent watersports.
  • On the quiet side of the bay, little
    coves
    poukama
    have been scooped out of the shingle.
  • Below her she saw her parents reach the
    cove
    poukaman
    .
  • Situated in
    Hind
    Hind
    Cove
    Covessa
    , it takes over two hours to reach from Wasdale.
  • A delightful, small hotel at Anse Petit Cour in the north of the island, La Reserve stands in its own
    cove
    poukamassaan
    on a beautiful sandy beach
    kauniilla hiekkarannalla
    .
  • We headed out of the
    cove
    poukamasta
    .

crag.n

  • The farmers who own the land around Pot Scar are getting increasingly agitated over the way climbers using the
    crag
    kallionkielekettä
    are parking their cars.
  • The BMC's ability to negotiate access agreements for the whole climbing community and to enforce their controversial bolting policy has been thrown into stark relief over a small and obscure
    gritstone
    hiekkakivi-
    crag
    kielekkeen
    in the Derbyshire Peak
    Derbyshire Peakin
    .
  • This and its position, perched on steep ground yet effectively sheltered by the hillside behind, make it one of
    Lakeland's
    Lakelandin
    finest climbing
    crags
    kielekkeistä
    .
  • Given the delicate access positions at other
    sandstone
    hiekkakivi-
    crags
    kielekkeissä
    it is an inept and unhelpful piece of privateering.
  • We set off through the lovely village of Stonethwaite and up the steep woodland path towards
    Great
    Suurta
    Crag
    kielekettä
    .
  • We moved on up to her tumbledown tower on the last
    crag
    kielekkeellä
    of the village
    kylän
    .
  • The wraith turned slowly to his right and disappeared behind the
    crag
    kielekkeen
    .
  • A
    granite
    Graniitti-
    crag
    kieleke
    for all seasons, Bosigran is located in a particularly beautiful part of Cornwall — the north coast of West Penwith.
  • In view of this, climbers are asked to approach the
    crag
    kielekettä
    direct from the old bridge and avoid Lovers' Walk.

crater.n

  • The wildebeest of the
    Ngorongoro
    Ngorongoron
    crater
    kraaterin
    in Tanzania
    Tansaniassa
    show an interesting ecological dependency in their patterning of dispersion and mating (Estes 1966).
  • He was descended from Nevil Maskelyne [q.v.], astronomer royal, who had a
    crater
    kraateri
    on the moon
    kuussa
    named after him.
  • Further along is Jingle Pot, another large
    crater
    kraateri
    of no great depth.
  • A series of explosions shook the
    crater
    kraateria
    of Mt Mayon
    Mayon-vuoren
    , about 200 miles south of Manila, spewing mushroom clouds of ash and sand high into the sky and scientists warned of even greater eruptions to come.
  • The adventurous can also canoe down the Amazon, trek through the Patagonian uplands, explore
    volcano
    tulivuoren
    craters
    kraatereita
    , or sail round Cape Horn in a square rigger.
  • This has frequently happened on the Halemaumau volcano, which has a deep, circular, pit-like
    crater
    kraateri
    about one and a half kilometres across at its summit.
  • Such a resolution would also establish whether
    impact
    törmäys-
    craters
    kraatereita
    and volcanoes exist.
  • 6.3.1 The formation of
    impact
    törmäys-
    craters
    kraaterin
    and associated features
  • That nearly all are impact craters is clear by comparison with the
    impact
    törmäys-
    craters
    kraateriin
    on the Moon
    Kuun
    , with which they bear a striking similarity.
  • I would recommend them only for the casual observer who wants little apart from views of
    lunar
    Kuun
    craters
    kraatereista
    .
  • FIGURE 6.7 The
    lunar
    Kuun
    crater
    kraateri
    Copernicus
    Copernicus
    , imaged obliquely by the Apollo 17 astronauts.
  • This is as true of volcanoes and
    meteoric
    meteoriittien
    craters
    kraaterit
    as of the functional orifices of animals.
  • First, all the activity may be confined to the summit
    crater
    kraateriin
    at the top of the volcano
    tulivuoren päällä
    , just where one might expect it to be.
  • Like dacite domes, rhyolite domes often form within the
    crater
    kraaterista
    of a preexisting volcano
    olemassa olevan tulivuoren
    , but they may equally well pop up at the surface as isolated extrusions, not visibly related to any volcano.
  • A week later the first steam and ash began to erupt from a newly formed
    crater
    kraaterista
    on the summit
    huipulla olevasta
    .
  • Eyewitnesses report seeing glowing rocks and ash spouting from the
    crater
    kraaterista
    .
  • A great
    crater
    kraateri
    had been formed, most of it below sea level, and soundings showed that where land had once stood 300 metres above sea level, the water was now 300 metres deep.

creek.n

  • At that time I lived on the flat and rather featureless coast of East Anglia, and spent most of my spare time sailing its lonely
    creeks
    lahdelmia
    and estuaries.
  • The
    creek
    Lahdelma
    splashes and gurgles in a series of descending pools stemming from a small waterfall.
  • The sides of the
    creek
    lahdelman
    are covered with mature trees.
  • Zen's barking background could only have been a big plus the day he found a newborn baby whose entire experience of life was going to be lying abandoned for a few hours by a
    creek
    lahdelmassa
    near Plymouth
    lähellä Plymouthia
    .

crevasse.n

  • Crevasses
    Railojen
    were walked around or jumped over, and those of any size were given respectful avoidance.
  • We put Tony's tripod close to the cliff edge, wishing that we had a rope when each of us fell into unexpected
    crevasses
    railoihin
    in the cliff-top grass
    kallioiden päällä olevassa ruohikossa
    .
  • Shadowy bergschrunds and dark
    crevasses
    railot
    loomed large, but didn't present any real problems.
  • EXPLORER Sir Ranulph Fiennes rescued his partner from an
    Antarctic
    Antarktiksen
    crevasse
    railosta
    as the pair fought their way across the ice-cap, it was disclosed yesterday.
  • Above, in the dark, there was a rumbling from the Towers of Paine, the crackling sound of old rock being broken by new ice and the skitter of smaller stones plunging down a
    crevasse
    railoon
    .
  • These
    are the
    ovat
    Crevasses
    railot
    of Holçarté
    Holçartén
    .
  • She says it's like standing on the edge of a
    crevasse
    railon
    .

dale.n

  • At Cultoon
    Cultoonissa
    there is a deep narrow
    dale
    laakso
    in which there is a den that probably had been used as a human habitation.
  • The
    Dales
    laaksot
    of northern England
    Pohjois-Englannin
    soon win a special place in visitors' affections.
  • Five of the
    dales
    laaksosta
    of the Yorkshire Dales National Park
    Yorkshire Dalesin kansallispuiston
    have been designated as environmentally sensitive areas.
  • They were drawn from Faverwell itself, and from neighbouring
    dales
    laaksoista
    within a radius of about five miles
    noin viiden mailin säteeltä
    .
  • It
    's a
    on
    woody
    puinen
    dale
    laakso
    with more trees than many of the other dales, and hedges replace the stone walls of limestone country.
  • They had been followed to Sleetburn by the Wilkinson family, who had moved from West Thorngarth Hill down the
    dale
    laaksoon
    at Hury
    Huryn
    because they needed a bigger farm, I seem to remember.
  • Leeds lies glittering between the valleys of
    Yorkshire's
    Yorkshiren
    dales
    laaksojen
    and the heather of Yorkshire moors.
  • Contrary to the norm for a
    Yorkshire
    Yorkshiren
    dale
    laakson
    , the young men did venture outside to seek their partners and John met Marie at a fair.
  • It passes among
    Lakeland's
    Lakelandin
    most exciting summits and beautiful
    dales
    laaksojen
    without crossing over itself or backtracking, and it avoids commercialised areas.
  • Across the dale from Aysgarth, Penhill Beacon and West Burton lie at the northernmost end of that beautiful secluded
    dale
    laakso
    ,
    Waldendale
    Waldendale
    .
  • THE MANY-GABLED limestone manor stands tucked into an open fold between Wenlock Edge and Aymestry in the remote and unspoiled Shropshire valley of
    Hope
    Hopen
    Dale
    laakson
    .
  • There was only a handful of mourners at Gillamoor Church, as Uncle George had rarely gone out of the little
    dale
    laaksosta
    .
  • It's the main settlement in one of the most beautiful
    dales
    laaksossa
    in North Yorkshire
    Pohjois-Yorkshiressa
    -- a well wooded narrow valley running north and south for about eight miles.
  • Tagan rode to the rise in front as they left the
    Dale
    laakson
    behind.
  • The post would only be used for people who lived out of the
    dale
    laaksosta
    .
  • `Lively discussions took place into how teleworking could be more actively carried on in the
    Durham
    Durhamin
    dales
    laaksoissa
    of Derwentside, Weardale and Teesdale
    Derwentshiressä, Weardalessa ja Teesdalessa
    .
  • Majella Carroll spent eight hours walking through hills and
    dales
    laaksojen
    in Wales
    Walesin
    to raise money to support a workshop for people with mental disorders.

declivity.n

  • The
    sharp
    Terävät
    declivities
    kallistumat
    on all sides give depth to the prospect and reveal Mallerstang below and the Eden valley winding into the distance backed by Cross Fell, with the town of Kirkby Stephen also easily seen.
  • It was a silent and melancholy spot because of the darkness of the evergreens and the steep sides of the
    declivity
    kallistuman
    which together shut out the sky.
  • He was threading his way along the side of a
    steep
    jyrkän
    and
    thickly wooded
    erittäin puisen
    declivity
    kallistuman
    when a voice hailed him from the other side.
  • Here they found Sir Archibald Douglas awaiting them, his Galloway levies, to the number of almost two thousand, hidden in a
    great
    suureen
    declivity
    kallistumaan
    of the hills to the north-east
    koillisilla rinteillä
    .
  • In the `real drawings ``, the
    vertiginous
    huimaavat
    declivities
    kallistumat
    and perspectives created a dramatic an surreal environment, literally subreal, in which the figures are viewed from every possible angle.
  • Over the crest at the High Cross, erupting suddenly out of the
    declivity
    kallistumasta
    beyond, and certainly from the Welsh gate, the hard drumming of hooves burst upon their ears, coming at a gallop.

defile.n

  • The outward journey was quite uneventful as far as the Wadi Tamit, a steep
    defile
    sola
    leading down the escarpment on to the coastal plain.
  • The trucks themselves had to be manhandled down the steep rock-strewn
    defile
    solaa
    and as the men were sweating away at this in the hot sun an Italian aircraft picked them up.
  • Eventually we emerged from the
    defile
    solasta
    , and the river widened again.
  • Soon we were alone, moving through a narrow
    defile
    solan
    between two teetering antique shops
    kahden horjuvan antiikkikaupan välissä
    .
  • ``Wouldn't it be better to wait some, Dad? yelled Chuck as his father reached a narrow
    defile
    solan
    between the thorns
    piikkien välissä
    .
  • During the sweltering Id of 1333, a camel caravan could be seen winding its way through the narrow passes and
    defiles
    kapeikkojen
    of the Hindu Kush
    Hindu Kushin
    .

dell.n

  • Hughes' cityscape is as exciting for the children in her books as the bluebell woods and
    dingle
    laakso-
    dells
    notkot
    of 50 years ago, and this optimism may be the greatest gift a modern writer can give young readers.
  • Crossing into Dutch Timor next day, they moved over the dry coral rocks and through occasional
    dells
    laaksojen
    of trees
    puisien
    around clear springs
    kirkkaiden lähteiden ympärillä
    before reaching a Roman Catholic mission church where the priests told them of Sparrow Force's defeat.
  • Have to find him yon old folkery with the picture-window looking on to the stand of immemorial beeches, the
    dingle
    laakso-
    dell
    notko
    , the plashing brook, the wishing-well, the verdant sward …
  • The name Currie is possibly a corruption of the Latin word Coria, a meeting place, or from
    the Gaelic Curagh
    Gaelic Curaghista
    , a
    mossy
    sammaleisesta
    dell
    notkosta
    .
  • In the end he almost stumbled into the
    dell
    laaksoon
    .
  • They disappeared into the
    neighbouring
    viereiseen
    dell
    laaksoon
    .
  • He saw it break its flight over a
    dell
    laakson
    between the dunes
    dyynien välisen
    , soar vertically and then head off at an angle.
  • He had got the direction slightly wrong and had passed the
    dell
    laakson
    before he realised it.
  • She had reached the edge of the park and looked down the slopes to the fair in the
    dell
    laaksoon
    on the far side
    kauimmaiseen
    .

depression.n

  • In a bowl-like
    depression
    notkossa
    at the Cramant end of this band
    Cramantin päässä aluetta
    , rich deposits of clay, sand, sandstone and lignites are to be found.
  • Some water collects in
    depressions
    notkoihin
    on the surface
    pinnan
    ; these depressions vary in size from the minute to lakes covering hundreds of square miles.
  • At the end, a steep scramble leads up to a
    depression
    notkoon
    in the north ridge of the fell
    nummen pohjoisharjanteella
    .
  • The deepest area
    is a central
    on keskeinen
    depression
    notko
    some 2500km long and 1500km wide,
    surrounding the North Pole and oriented at a right angle to Greenland
    joka ympäröi Pohjoisnapaa ja joka on suorassa kulmassa Grönlantiin
    (Figure 5.2).
  • A single downpour can rapidly transform a lifeless, shallow
    depression
    notkon
    in the desert
    autiomaassa
    into a pool throbbing with life.
  • It could be a roadmaker who has to fill a
    depression
    notko
    in order to continue with the road.

dune.n

  • The seismic teams are faced with some challenges in gathering data, as the concessions are in the Saharan sand sea and contain some of the largest
    dunes
    dyynejä
    in the world
    maailman
    .
  • But if it is short, it is also dynamic and various, altogether more refreshing than the endless
    dunes
    dyynit
    of the Landes
    Landesin
    , north of the Adour.
  • Beyond
    dunes
    dyynien
    of palm trees
    Palmupuisten
    , the sea was grey.
  • Stiffly, feeling like an old woman, she got to her feet and trudged between the hummocks till she reached the top of one of the new
    dunes
    dyynin
    on the shoreline
    rannikon
    .
  • Sandpipers stalked the
    dunes
    dyynejä
    above the river
    joen varrella
    in disciplined hunting parties.
  • Anyway, that was the start of the Skull Grounds, the area of the big, old,
    partially earthed-over
    osittain hautautunut
    dune
    dyyni
    behind the house where all our pets went when they died.
  • A
    dune
    Dyyni
    had encroached onto the road and he was slicing away its tip, tossing it clear of the tarmac behind him.
  • If the raw material of most of these ergs has been provided by other agencies, as differences in character between the surface wind-worked material and the sand at depth seem to indicate, then the locations of desert dunes,
    coastal
    rannikon
    dunes
    dyynit
    and periglacial dunes all seem to depend on the concentration of sand provided by some.other factor.
  • They are set in a peaceful location only one kilometre from some of the most fantastic
    sand
    hiekka-
    dunes
    dyyneistä
    in the Canaries
    Kanarian
    and a short bus ride from the heart of the nightlife of Playa Del Ingles.
  • A little farther on the severe cliffs melt away into a large area of sand and
    sand
    hiekka-
    dunes
    dyynien
    at Gunwalloe
    Gunwalloessa
    .
  • Disrupting the pavement also allows
    sand
    hiekka-
    dunes
    dyynien
    to drift into habitable areas.
  • The formation of the
    seif
    hiekka-
    dune
    särkkien
    is less well understood, but transition forms, which can be connected into a series, have been observed by Bagnold.
  • The
    seif
    Hiekka-
    dune
    särkät
    differs from the barchan, therefore, in that the slip faces are on the side away from the strong wind and not facing the direction of advance as in the barchan.
  • This sand was dry, but climbing a 70-metre high-angled
    sand
    hiekka-
    dune
    särkälle
    is not easy.
  • She climbed down the
    dune
    dyyniä
    and walked towards him.
  • I found the site but only the snails were visible in the
    sandy
    hiekka-
    dunes
    dyyneissä
    at the edge of the golf course.
  • Minor placer enrichments have been found in
    coastal
    rannikon
    dunes
    dyyneistä
    at Rattray Head, near Fraserburgh
    Rattray Headissä lähellä Fraserburghia
    but the offshore potential is unknown.
  • It was studied by Niko Tinbergen in 1929, on the heaths and
    sand
    hiekka-
    dunes
    dyyneillä
    of Hulshort
    Hulshortin
    in Holland
    Hollannissa
    .
  • Before reaching the town of Rock the path runs through the only
    sand
    hiekka-
    dunes
    dyynien
    that we encountered on the whole walk.
  • Down a little tunnel at the Mesdag museum, up a flight of stairs, and you are standing atop a
    dune
    dyynin
    looking at an enormous 360-degree panorama painted in 1881.

eyot.n

  • The little stream wound among floating
    eyots
    saarten
    of water flowers
    vesikukka-
    that looked like day stars reflecting a mystical heaven.

falls.n

  • Either route will bring you close to the
    falls
    putouksia
    at Neuhausen
    Neuhausenin
    .
  • There follows 400 yds on fast flowing water to
    grade III
    III:n asteen
    falls
    putouksiin
    at Carrbridge
    Carrbridgessä
    .
  • Perhaps the most wonderful place on earth (though I am told on good authority that the souvenir shop at Graceland takes some beating) has to be
    Niagara
    Niagaran
    falls
    putoukset
    .
  • The travertine barriers which have created the lakes and
    falls
    putoukset
    are endangered by the great numbers of tanks and explosions in the area.
  • In further steep zigzags of descent, passing the
    Fatschbach
    Fatschbachin
    falls
    putoukset
    , the road reaches Linthal, Glarus canton, 23km (14 miles) beyond the pass summit, and 65km (40 miles) from Altdorf.
  • I ended up going over the
    falls
    putouksille
    and being held under for a long time, and thinking there was no way I was going to come up before the next wave came across.
  • Once past the lower falls go round to the left on the north side of the Hepste, to reach the
    falls
    putoukset
    of Sgwyd yr Eira
    Sgwyd yr Eiran
    .
  • There are several good vantage places from which to see the
    falls
    putoukset
    .
  • It is also an ideal introduction to the scenery of the region, from tufa mounds and hot pools to the
    Virginia Falls
    Virginian putouksiin
    , possibly the second best known
    falls
    putoukset
    in Canada
    Kanadan
    , around which is a 2km portage trail, partly on wooden planks.

fell.n

  • He never forgot Dentdale and credits much of his earlier love of learning and his interest in rocks and their formation to the days he spent as a boy rambling the
    fells
    nummilla
    around Dent
    Dentin ympärillä
    .
  • The main features were well known to most travellers, but Green wanted them to discover the lesser known tarns, valleys and
    fells
    nummet
    of his beloved Lake District
    hänen rakastetun Lake Districtin
    .
  • The Lake District has seen new editions of Wordsworth's and Harriet Martineau's guides, and now comes the reminiscences of Capt. Budworth, who walked the
    fells
    nummilla
    in 1792.
  • Our children were thrilled to see the glorious countryside of the moors and
    fells
    nummet
    with trips to the coast and the Lake District as well.
  • It was growing dark now and through the window the
    fells
    nummet
    were dense black against a sky which had faded to slate blue.
  • `What, ``he wrote, `does the editor sitting in his London office know of the
    Lakeland
    Lakelandin
    fells
    nummista
    ?
  • The
    Lakeland
    Lakelandin
    fells
    nummet
    had been baked for weeks under cloudless skies; the becks were dry and the tarns warm enough to give refreshing dips.
  • I shall go for a good walk after dinner, climb to the top of the
    fell
    nummen
    .
  • WHEN walking across the upland
    fells
    nummia
    of Britain
    Britannian
    , it is not uncommon to find the whitened jawbone of a long-dead sheep, teeth rattling in its sockets.
  • Hope looked down the
    fell
    nummea
    where Colonel and Mrs Moore were strolling with unskilful aimlessness, taking care never to look up towards the two figures on the rump of mountain.
  • Mining in the
    Coniston
    Conistonin
    fells
    nummilla
    , and elsewhere, continued after the turn of the century and probably, as more veins were found and the mining expanded and output increased, increased in profitability.
  • Of course, I had my dreams, like all young girls, of a tall, dark and handsome man coming striding over the
    fell
    nummen
    one day to claim me as his own.
  • I recall one man in the dale saying that he passed Sleetburn going up the
    fell
    nummea
    to shepherd at 10 a.m. one day and heard Sam and Mother playing.

fjord.n

  • A local man offers to ferry me across the
    fjord
    vuonolle
    and I am soon on the way to Holt.
  • But this `lough ``turned out be an arm of the sea itself, an
    Irish
    irlantilainen
    fjord
    vuono
    at Leenane
    Leenanessa
    .
  • When the ice melted the valleys were drowned, forming deep water inlets, or
    fjords
    vuonoja
    .
  • Beryl Pyecroft braves the North Sea to spend a fantastic walking holiday travelling around the mighty
    Norwegian
    norjalaisten
    fjords
    vuonojen
  • The
    fjords
    Vuonoja
    are enclosed by bare rocky peaks which are totally impassable in the winter and still touched by snow, ice and glaciers in high summer.
  • We weighed anchor next morning and sailed down the
    fiord
    vuonoa
    on a calm sea.
  • This year's cruise will visit the
    Norwegian
    norjalaisilla
    fjords
    vuonoilla
    ; all profits will once again be donated to Enterprise Neptune.
  • Long before I came to know north west Scotland I read an article in a yachting journal about sailing and climbing in the mountainous
    fiords
    vuonoille
    of Norway
    Norjan
    .

floe.n

  • Scunthorpe's faithful few in a crowd of 7,682 had huddled on the terraces like penguins on an
    ice
    jää-
    floe
    lautalla
    as the dankness seeped down the Pennine valleys.
  • The enemy artillery had opened up, lobbing heated roundshot on to the ice, smashing it into a multitude of
    floes
    jäälauttojen
    , upon which men perched perilously for a time before toppling off into the lake.
  • Then he went on to warn us that, during the cold snap earlier in the year,
    ice
    jää-
    floes
    lautat
    had swept in from the sea dragging buoys from their moorings.
  • Eider ducks bobbed offshore, dodging the
    ice
    jää-
    floes
    lauttoja
    .
  • Rime and snow collect on the upper surface, depressing the
    floes
    jäälauttoja
    and allowing the sea to flood over, freeze, and strengthen the ice further.
  • On the
    ice
    jää-
    floes
    lautoilla
    of Newfoundland
    Newfoundlandin
    , Greenpeace volunteers placed their bodies between the gaffs of the seal hunters and the helpless seal pups.

gap.n

  • The
    gaps
    kuilut
    between the walls of the coral skeleton
    Koralliluurangon seinien väliset
    have been filled with calcite, showing up as the lighter colours of the sections.
  • In unfavourable circumstances erosion may be so great as to tear a
    gap
    kuilun
    through the dunes
    dyynien läpi
    , such a feature being described as a blow out.
  • Walk along the main route to the top of
    Ore
    Oren
    Gap
    kuilun
    (6.25 miles).
  • He ran across the key, bandoleer slapping his chest, gun held at the port, and reached the beach in time to see Baccy ease the patrol boat in through a
    gap
    kuilun
    in the reef
    riutassa olevan
    .
  • Simply cross over
    Scarth
    Scarthin
    Gap
    kuilun
    from Buttermere using the old packhorse route.
  • From Moscow, the caravan travelled slowly eastwards for almost 1,000 miles to the
    Middle
    keskimmäiseen
    Gap
    kuiluun
    of the Ural mountain chain
    Uralin vuoristoketjun
    , across seemingly endless plains of grassland and great forests.
  • An unexpected
    gap
    kuilu
    in the mountains
    vuoristossa
    beckoned us to a silent lake fed by waterfalls and surrounded by woods with banks of moss, lichens and fungi alive with lemmings scurrying among holes and tree roots.
  • And in the third part, ``Tuami glanced back at the
    gap
    kuiluun
    through the mountain
    vuoren läpi
    and saw that it was full of golden light and the sun was sitting in it.

glacier.n

  • I began by taking the cable-car and the chairlift beyond it, then wandered up the lower
    glacier
    jäätikköä
    to the hut.
  • The backdrop of the lake and the distant
    Sorjusjokka
    Sorjusjokkan
    glacier
    jäätikkö
    is breathtaking, helped by the fluffy puffs of cloud stuck to the sky.
  • From Grindelwald, you can also walk the glacier gorge and actually walk inside the
    upper
    ylemmän
    glacier
    jäätikön
    .
  • Summer skiing:
    Kaprun's
    Kaprunin
    glacier
    jäätikkö
    is just a half hour bus ride away.
  • The co-discoverers, fossil hunters John D. Hansom and Roderick Luckey, were inspired to explore the
    Kilimanjaro
    Kilimanjaron
    glacier
    jäätikköä
    by the success of Russian palaeontologists in retrieving whole frozen mammoths from the Siberian permafrost.
  • At five next morning, in the chill darkness before dawn, we skied across the
    glacier
    jäätikön
    toward les Courtes.
  • We found the brêche, from which we knew a steep couloir dropped to the
    Talefre
    Talefren
    Glacier
    jäätikölle
    , and started abseiling from such old slings and pegs as we could find on the sidewalls.
  • The Danube and its principal tributaries, the Sava, Drava and Tisa, rise in areas where heavy rainfall is supplemented by melt water from
    Alpine
    Alppien
    glaciers
    jäätiköiltä
    , causing frequent inundation on the low-lying ground further downstream.
  • On the southern flank great ridges stretch upwards to views of the crests and
    glaciers
    jäätiköitä
    of the Italian Alps
    Italian Alppien
    .
  • The
    Stubai
    Stubain
    glacier
    jäätikkö
    is another good bet for summer skiing.
  • Understanding snow is the key to this, and we are taken through the climatic and geographical background of
    the world's
    maailman
    glaciers
    jäätikön
    .
  • Scientists had predicted that
    glaciers
    jäätiköt
    in the central latitudes
    keskimmäisillä leveysasteilla
    would provide an early indicator of global warming, and the latest studies appear to bear this out.

glen.n

  • The men wore short kilts of grey homespun, their hair was flowing or knotted at the back, most were bearded: the uplanders had arrived from the
    Glen
    laaksosta
    of Keltney
    Keltneyn
    .
  • Some may even have come up from the West Highland Way which runs below Am Bodach in a secluded
    glen
    laaksossa
    parallel to Loch Leven
    Loch Levenin suuntaisesti
    .
  • The
    Ingleton
    Ingletonin
    glens
    laaksot
    would be as sweet by any name, or none at all.
  • The scenic Antrim Coast Road offers easy access to the Nine
    Glens
    laaksoihin
    of Antrim
    Antrimin
    -- Glenarm, Glencloy, Glenarriff, Glenballeamon, Glenann, Glencorp, Glendun, Glenshesk and Glentaise.
  • I don't know if it is coincidence that I own a red Escort van, have canoed the
    Fairy
    Fairyn
    Glen
    laakson
    on numerous occasions and have had words with the café owner about car parking.
  • Next it was the turn of Fort Augustus, in the centre of the
    Great
    Suuren
    Glen
    laakson
    .
  • The whole valley round
    St Nectan's
    St Nectanin
    Glen
    laakson
    is teeming with bird life, a paradise for a young ornithologist.
  • Glen Affric is considered to be one of the most beautiful
    glens
    laaksoista
    in Scotland
    Skotlannissa
    and there are plenty of excellent walks in the area.
  • The
    glen
    Laaksoa
    is threaded by the River Nevis, rather sedate in maturity but dancing with fun and high spirits in infancy.
  • If you feel like something a little on the wild side, the
    glens
    laaksot
    of North Angus and Perthshire
    North Angusin ja Perthshiren
    will interest you.
  • More day trippers would be encouraged to visit the
    glen
    laaksossa
    , ruining its present appeal and placing far too great a pressure on the single track road leading to it -- the only way in or out.
  • In Greece, the Arcadian boys of Phigalia cut their hair and threw the locks into the river which ran through the wooded
    glen
    laakson
    below the city
    kaupungin alapuolella
    .
  • Creggan thumped straight into him at speed, the sound of it travelling across the
    glen
    laakson
    .
  • Scotch Whisky is the water of life for many remote islands and
    glens
    laaksoille
    in the Highlands and Islands of Scotland
    ylämailla ja Skotlannin saarilla
    , where whole communities can depend on the distillery.

graben.n

  • The trend of the fracture or
    graben
    hautavajoaman
    left after the 1989 eruption is shown.
  • In the Massif Central of France there were a whole series of
    little
    pieniä
    graben
    hautavajoamia
    and the remarkable sillon houiller, a rift structure of this age, only about 2 km wide.
  • The second licence, covering blocks 36/4 and 35/6, sits on the east flank of the
    graben
    hautavajoaman
    , where the faults are smaller and the target depths less.

gulch.n

  • `No friends anywhere, ``Tweed repeated, twisting the wheel as he followed the lonely road through the
    limestone
    kalkkikivi-
    gulch
    rotkon
    .
  • The 747-400 jet ended its veer off the runway with its nose in a
    one-meter
    metrin syvyisessä
    gulch
    rotkossa
    and its tail on the tarmac.
  • Four cars were thrown into a
    gulch
    rotkoon
    .
  • The FBI expanded its painstaking search for evidence to an area surrounding the
    gulch
    rotkoa
    where the Amtrak Sunset Limited lurched off a damaged track and asked the public for help finding the culprit.

gully.n

  • A CLIMBER was killed yesterday when he and a companion plummeted 300ft down an icy
    gully
    rotkoon
    at Coire nan Lochan in Glen Coe
    Coire nan Lochaniin Glen Coessa
    .
  • In complete contrast, the northern skyline was dominated by the huge granite walls and steep icy
    gullies
    rotkot
    of the 23,000 ft Ak Tash massif
    23 000 jalan korkuisen Ak Tash massifin
    .
  • Miss Logan did not break her alarmed silence; she merely followed her employer who was pushing on ahead up a
    gully
    rotkoon
    of rock
    kallio-
    .
  • They withdrew down a
    gulley
    rotkoon
    to the beach under fire that intensified as they remained below the cliffs, a sea mist shrouding their signals to the landing craft.
  • The air was cooler and there were pockets of snow in some of the enshadowed
    river
    joki-
    gullies
    rotkoissa
    below him
    hänen alapuolellaan
    .
  • She lay in the shelter of the
    gully
    rotkon
    , close to the Norwegian's side.

guyot.n

  • Guyots
    Merenalaiset vuoret
    , which are submerged, bevelled volcanic mountains, are known, some having Cretaceous and Eocene faunas on their summits.
  • Some of these rise above sea level, but the vast majority are submarine features known as seamounts, or if they are flat-topped,
    guyots
    merenalaisia vuoria
    .

headland.n

  • The dramatic
    headland
    niemi
    of St Govan's Head
    St Govan's Headin
    is a firm favourite with climbers and there are many bridlepaths and riding schools.
  • We round a
    headland
    niemen
    and I am behind again because of staring downwards and then towards the horizon, willing an orca to break surface.
  • The Istrian Peninsula has a rugged coastline of pine-clad
    headlands
    niemiä
    between innumerable bays and inlets
    lukemattomien lahtien ja salmien välissä
    .
  • Instead he asked: `Are you happy living on the
    headland
    niemellä
    ?
  • So it was not until we set out to explore the
    headland
    niemeä
    of Snaefellsness
    Snaefellsnessin
    that we encountered sea-birds in any numbers.
  • Ahead of us a
    headland
    niemi
    loomed out of the mist like the prow of a huge ship.
  • Its bow-wave made a dark miraging ripple on the creamy blue surface of the sea, and that was all that remained of civilization when the boats had disappeared behind the
    western
    läntisen
    headland
    niemen
    .
  • Look-out posts were placed on
    headlands
    niemille
    of Euboia
    Euboian
    , and another on the island of Skiathos, off S, the south-east cape of Thessaly, with arrangements for signalling.
  • On the
    headland
    niemellä
    above Praia do Carvoeiro
    Praia do Carvoeiron yläpuolella
    and overlooking the sea sat the small white local church.

height.n

  • The barren
    heights
    huiput
    of Bodmin Moor
    Bodmin Moorin
    now not surprisingly among the most lightly populated areas of Cornwall, were in ancient days the most densely settled.
  • `Look to the
    heights
    huippuja
    on our left
    vasemmalla puolellamme
    !
  • Open
    mountain
    vuoristo-
    heights
    huiput
    and gently sloping valleys characterise the mid-section reaching nearly 1500 metres in the High Feldberg.
  • We picked our way across the broken
    mountain
    vuoren-
    heights
    huippujen
    .
  • Not for a moment did his eyes sweep around the
    mountain
    vuoren-
    heights
    huippujen
    which everywhere peered down on this upturned basin of ancient civilisation.
  • The
    rocky
    Kiviset
    heights
    huiput
    seem to speak of the presence of the Deity.
  • Lord Byron had imagined the souls of dead Highland heroes riding the gales around
    the mountain's
    vuorten
    rocky
    kivisten
    heights
    huippujen
    .
  • The
    rocky
    kiviset
    heights
    huiput
    of the Snowdonia National Park
    Snowdonian kansallispuiston
    dominate the scene here.
  • Her spirits had come down from the
    heights
    huipuilta
    to the abyss.
  • From the
    heights
    huipuilta
    of Newby Head
    Newby Headin
    the old turnpike road sweeps down through Widdale and over the foot of Ten End to where Hawes marks the head of the dale.
  • As he gazed up into the
    heights
    huipuille
    above
    yläpuolisille
    he noticed a faint thickening of the air as if some of the mist had seeped inside.
  • He stared at the
    icebound
    jäätyneitä
    heights
    huippuja
    , remembering other mountains.

hill.n

  • The
    hills
    kukkulat
    above Kardamíli
    Kardamílin yläpuolella
    are a good place in which to loosen up.
  • It
    is a low rising
    on matalasti nouseva
    hill
    mäki
    above the waters of a loch
    järven vesien yläpuolella
    and on it centre powers that only eagles of peace and truth can fully feel
  • Cold pinches the
    hills
    kukkulat
    around Florence
    Firenzen ympärillä
    .
  • The hill ground varied tremendously, from fairly productive grass covered
    hills
    mäistä
    in parts of Wales
    Walesin eri osissa
    to the rock and heather that abound in the North of Scotland.
  • The highest
    hill
    mäki
    in Denmark
    Tanskan
    is about 12 feet tall, which is a bit of a downer for budding climbers.
  • Laverley House is a listed Georgian farmhouse built in 1820 with five acres of land with spectacular views towards the
    Mendip
    Mendipin
    hills
    kukkuloita
    , and an attractive garden in which highly scented roses blossom in the summer.
  • She was beginning to feel queer and sick; it was as if the
    sand
    hiekka-
    hills
    kukkulat
    were moving, swinging under her feet, and the sky going noiselessly round.
  • As I watched, the whole world seemed to swim away before me in a mist -- Silver, the birds above, the tall
    Spyglass
    Spyglass-
    hill
    kukkula
    .
  • Southwards, the gentle
    hills
    kukkulat
    of Hoy
    Hoyn
    crowd the horizon; northwards lies Loch of Stenness, bobbed white with graceful mute swans, shores edged emerald and gold with seaweed.
  • The
    chalk
    kalkki-
    hills
    kukkulat
    to the north of the Bay
    Bayn pohjoispuolella
    and the limestone plateau to the south were formed some 25 million years ago, the result of unimaginable mountain-building pressure which also raised the Alps.
  • Another song describes the trapped feelings of a steel factory worker who in the end sees the freedom of
    Pennine
    Penniinien
    hills
    kukkuloiden
    through a window.
  • Soccer, sidecar racing and
    hill
    vuori-
    climbing in sport tonight, which we kick off with the fight for promotion to the first division.
  • The desert, if visible at all, appears as a low and distant range of
    sand
    hiekka-
    hills
    kukkuloiden
    .
  • Each classroom is built of sticks and foliage and is either carefully camouflaged under trees or else dug into the sides of
    rocky
    kivisten
    hills
    mäkien
    .
  • I can only build on this
    hill
    vuorelle
    .
  • On another day we climbed up the
    hill
    vuorelle
    behind the cottage
    mökin takana olevalle
    , a craggy natural fortress where Iron Age remains of habitation can still be seen, to look back from two hundred feet up.
  • Tossed in joyful running down the
    hill
    mäkeä
    ;
  • We handed the horses back to their respective lads and went down the
    hill
    mäkeä
    again with Tremayne and found Doone waiting for us, sitting in his car.
  • I was in the
    hills
    vuorilla
    north of Achnashellach
    Achnashellachin pohjoispuolella
    recently on a day of low cloud and smirry rain.
  • We had spent some days in the
    hills
    vuorilla
    of Mayo
    Mayon
    before deciding to go to Croagh Patrick.
  • Indeed, even the freedom to roam over the
    Scottish
    skottilaisia
    hills
    kukkuloita
    that we, as a nation, have always taken as a basic right, is being increasingly questioned and undermined.
  • In only the last two years I've noticed that more people are being drawn to the
    hills
    kukkuloille
    in Northern Ireland
    Pohjois-Irlannissa
    .
  • They walked down
    Cork
    Corkin
    Hill
    mäkeä
    past the City Hall.

hillock.n

  • She was still quite a long way from Yatton Farm, but the windmill on
    its
    sen
    hillock
    kumpareella
    could be clearly seen from the farm.
  • Spurred on by a new hope, she ran across the road and scrambled up the smooth grassy side of the
    hillock
    kumpareen
    .
  • Poxed, disfigured scavengers scuttled across
    hillocks
    kumpareiden
    of debris
    jäte-
    which rained into this underworld from a low steel sky by way of chutes and grilles.
  • Dunadd fort clings to an isolated rocky
    hillock
    kumpareeseen
    near Kilmartin
    lähellä Kilmartinia
    , starkly visible from the road between Lochgilphead and Oban, above what must once have been a naturally protective boggy valley.
  • They crested a last
    hillock
    kumpareelle
    bathed in wintry sunlight and plunged into a tunnel of gloom.

hollow.n

  • This
    is a remote and unfrequented
    on kaukainen ja hiljainen
    hollow
    notkelma
    in the hills
    kukkuloilla
    threaded by a narrow strip of tarmac with the deterrent of many gates.
  • The Harpies' cave is little more than a smelly
    hollow
    kolo
    in the side of the hill
    mäen sivussa
    , and contains nothing of interest, save for old bones from the Harpies' victims.
  • And that was the trouble, for the marsh, rough going in daylight, was a nightmare of ditches, ankle-catching grass, and
    muddy
    mutaisia
    hollows
    koloja
    in the misty darkness.
  • As the sun dissolved in the west, a surreal pink haze rolled around the
    hollows
    koloa
    of the plateau
    tasanteen
    and obscured the foothills and forests to the north, lapping silently into the corries.
  • Some
    desert
    kaukaiset
    hollows
    kolot
    may also be attributed in considerable part to deflation.
  • Ramsay spent a busy hour placing his two hundred in the available cover amongst the hummocks and
    wooded
    puisten
    hollows
    notkelmien
    .
  • Satisfied he was at least decently dressed, Seb raised his head cautiously and peered over the edge of the
    hollow
    notkelman
    .
  • The branches dipped nearly to the ground, but when Charity ducked in she found a cosy
    hollow
    notkelman
    underneath the tree
    puun alta
    that seemed dry and snug as a little house.
  • As a result of subsidence, the ground was one mass of hillocks and
    hollows
    notkelmia
    , extending in all over some 70 acres.
  • The system, located below the outfall from the hotel's septic tank and apparently comprising no more than a
    marshy
    soinen
    ,
    plant-filled
    kasvien täyttämä
    hollow
    notkelma
    , blends easily into the informal garden.
  • Now she was in what seemed like a natural theatre, a deep, round
    hollow
    kolo
    in the ground
    maassa
    .
  • In some parts of the country, such as eastern England and the Somerset Levels, the dry
    grassy
    ruohoiset
    hollows
    notkelmat
    left by such decoys are widespread.
  • There was a
    grassy
    ruohoinen
    hollow
    kolo
    nearby, not a totally private place but well out of sight of the farm.
  • The shallow
    hollow
    notkelma
    in the sandy floor where Fiver had lain
    hiekkaisella lattialla, jossa Fiver piti Iainia
    was not quite cold: but Fiver was gone.
  • The tide went out as fast as it came in, and it was not unusual for large fish to be stranded in one of the various sized lakes left behind in the
    sand
    hiekka-
    hollows
    notkelmissa
    .
  • Shafts of sunlight probe down into secret nooks and
    woodland
    metsämaiden
    hollows
    notkelmiin
    , just as they did in the wintry days to frustrate the birds in their efforts to conceal nests.
  • The track dipped, weaving into a
    wooded
    puiseen
    hollow
    notkelmaan
    .
  • Here, Walden Beck drops into a deep
    stone
    kivinen
    hollow
    notko
    fringed with trees before it flows downdale to join Bishopdale Beck and finally the river Ure by Adam Bottoms.
  • Buck, under the stare of the cameras, descended into
    Duncan's
    Duncan's
    Hollow
    Hollowiin
    .
  • On fine evenings in summer, we always took a walk after church, usually by the same route, which was up St. Martin's Lane and Fowlers Hill to
    Milford
    Milford
    Hollow
    Hollowiin
    .
  • From near Alport Low, Hern Clough leads down to the tranquil
    hollow
    notkoon
    of Grains in the Water
    Grains in the Waterin
    , a magical spot in a wide bowl of surrounding hills.

hummock.n

  • The sledge bucks on an uneven
    hummock
    kummulle
    and throws me off.
  • Where exposure is severe due to wind-funnelling in cols at about 200 metres elevation, subalpine podzols occupy the crests of the
    moraine
    moreeni-
    hummocks
    kumpujen
    .
  • A tallish
    hummock
    kumpu
    loomed, and he pulled her down into the wet grass behind it.
  • Soon she was off the road, clambering over the
    hummocks
    kumpujen
    of Starr Hills
    Starr Hillsin
    .
  • Time after time I stumbled over some
    hummock
    kumpuun
    of tough grass
    kovasta ruohosta koostuvaan
    , and once I went into a creek up to my shoulders.

iceberg.n

  • P&H's colour brochure includes pictures from around the world, from
    Norwegian
    norjalaisista
    icebergs
    jäävuorista
    to palm trees in Florida via the Olympic slalom course at La Seu d'Urgell.
  • Then, floating at 30,000 feet above the
    icebergs
    jäävuorien
    of the North Atlantic
    Pohjois-Atlantin
    , he was struck by the Great Idea.
  • Our man on the
    iceberg
    jäävuorella
    was clearly miffed at not having been picked up.
  • More than 1,500 lives were lost in the accident, which occurred when the supposedly unsinkable ship hit an
    iceberg
    jäävuoreen
    .

inlet.n

  • Like Loch Hourn, which in configuration it resembles closely, Loch Nevis is an
    inlet
    salmi
    of the Sound of Sleat
    Sound of Sleatin
    , initially wide but becoming narrow as it thrusts through the hills.
  • There was a deepwater anchorage a few miles downstream, in an
    inlet
    salmella
    of Bridgemarsh Island
    Bridgemarsh Islandin
    .
  • Finally, on a bright sunny morning, our train chugged along the wide expanse of the Fraser River and
    Vancouver
    Vancouverin
    Inlet
    lahtea
    to that great city itself.
  • A superbly presented two year old condominium (townhouse) in an elevated position, above
    Flatts
    Flattin
    inlet
    salmen
    with panoramic water views to the North Shore, Harrington Sound and the South Shore.
  • The
    inlets
    salmet
    behind the spit at Seaford
    Seafordin niemen takana olevat
    are now infilled; at Shoreham, the early harbour is now silted up, and at Winchelsea, the sea which destroyed the earlier site has now abandoned the second.
  • The
    Burry
    Burryn
    Inlet
    lahti
    in Wales
    Walesissa
    has been accorded the status of a Special Protection Area under the EC Directive on the Conservation of Wild Birds.
  • Can it have changed much -- or did it rain so pre-emptively that he can not have noticed the lovely
    inlets
    salmet
    at Isleornsay
    Isleornsaylla
    , their green banked lands sloping to soft-coloured waters?
  • `See that small, needle-like rock at the mouth of the
    inlet
    salmen
    ?
  • The dolphins have often formed up in groups of up to 3000 when they reach Izu, and they are driven into the narrow
    inlets
    salmiin
    of Suruga Bay
    Suruga Bayn
    .
  • Maldon salt is a trade name for sea salt from the many
    inlets
    salmista
    on the Essex coast
    Essexin rannikolla
    .
  • Lough Neagh, Lough Erne and the
    sea
    meren
    inlets
    lahdet
    are popular for boating activities.
  • When the ice melted the valleys were drowned, forming
    deep water
    syvävetisiä
    inlets
    lahtia
    , or fjords.
  • She knew that I loved to walk along the
    inlet
    salmea
    with the children, looking for shells or pebbles or a wild flower.

island.n

  • But even then, once there, my greatest desire was to escape to Socotra, an
    island
    saari
    in the Indian Ocean
    Intian valtameressä
    .
  • The weather is one thing we can not plan for as, although Madeira enjoys a good climate all year round, you must remember it
    is a small
    on pieni
    island
    saari
    in the Atlantic Ocean
    Atlantin valtameressä
    .
  • Sicily, the largest
    island
    saari
    in the Mediterranean
    Välimeren
    is a place of immense beauty and historic interest.
  • The goblet, which has no known exact parallel, was probably made in Murano, an
    island
    saari
    near Venice
    lähellä Venetsiaa
    .
  • Picture an
    island
    saari
    near Zanzibar
    lähellä Sansibaria
    ringed by a virginal coral reef where you stay in a thatched hut amongst palm trees on a pristine beach.
  • As governor of the
    island
    saaren
    of Española
    Españolan
    , Colon ordered the hands to be struck off any native who failed to render up a quarterly tribute of gold or 25 pounds of spun cotton.
  • There was a fine spray of rain, and the weather was misty, but I could still see the
    forested
    metsittyneet
    islands
    saaret
    on the lake
    järvellä
    , and the tall mountains brooding all around.
  • You know, that in 1825 he bought an
    island
    saaren
    on the Niagara River in America
    Amerikan Niagara-joesta
    and offered it to all the Jews in the world to make a Jewish state called Ararat.
  • Christopher swiftly arranged for a six foot wall to be built along his boundary, and angrily muttered that it was going to have
    to be the
    oltava
    Scottish
    Skotlannin
    islands
    saaret
    .
  • Reports in May said that the UK had invested £19,000,000 to build an airstrip at the Rothera scientific station, 1,900 km south of the
    Falkland
    Falklandin
    islands
    saarilta
    .
  • The British have fallen in love with this
    Mediterranean
    Välimeren
    island
    saareen,
    because it has everything for a perfect holiday: sunny skies, glorious beaches, bustling resorts, friendly people, fascinating sights and beautiful countryside.
  • It was a day like those searched for by Northerners in the south of France or the Greek
    islands
    saarilta
    .
  • Griffin Moss is a contented artist until he receives an enigmatic note from Sabine Strohem, a stranger from a
    South Pacific
    eteläisen Tyynenmeren
    island
    saarelta
    .
  • MacArthur, who had flown to meet Truman at the
    Pacific
    Tyynenmeren
    island
    saarella
    of Guam
    Guamin
    , was confident that the Chinese government would not intervene in Korea.
  • But as for returning from
    desert
    kaukaiselta
    island
    saarelta
    exile, he will have no hesitation in answering the programme's traditional question: Would you try to escape?
  • At Glen Borrodale, a tropical oasis, are massed banks of rhododendrons by the roadside and a cluster of
    offshore
    rannikon
    islands
    saaria
    , making a captivating picture.
  • Total and immediate integration of all Namibia's territory including Walvis Bay (annexed by South Africa) and the
    offshore
    rannikon
    islands
    saaria
    .
  • Many
    tropical
    trooppisilla
    islands
    saarilla
    once had their own species, but most of these are now extinct.
  • He ran quickly out of the laboratory, and I watched him as he left the
    island
    saarelta
    in his boat and sailed away across the sea.
  • This book chronicles a period of intermittent family life spent on the
    Hebridean
    Hebridien
    island
    saarella
    of Scarp
    Scarpissa
    , mostly during the 1970s.
  • I wrote the poem Zenobia while staying on the Greek
    island
    saarella
    of Crete
    Kreetan
    .
  • A perfect day's drive would be a visit to the
    islands
    saarille
    on Lake Constance
    Lake Constancen
    , including Mainau, which is famous for its tropical and exotic plants first planted back in 1827.

isle.n

  • On another thorny subject, Mr Miyazawa gently reminded Jiang that the
    Senkaku
    Senkakun
    isles
    saaret
    in the East China Sea
    itäisellä Kiinanmerellä
    , to which Peking recently reasserted its claim, belonged to Japan.
  • If this hasn't enticed you then consider the
    Caribbean
    Karibianmeren
    isle
    saarta,
    of Petit St Vincent
    Petit St Vincentin
    where guests stay in luxurious stone cottages.
  • Chief finance officers of district councils, London boroughs and the
    Isles
    saaret
    of Scilly
    Scillyn
    and the City of London have been designated as `Community Charge Registration Officers ``for their area.
  • A six-day chartered trip, sailing around the rugged
    western Scottish
    länsiskotlantilaisten
    Isles
    saarten
    of Skye, Mull, Isla and Jura
    Skyen, Mullin, Islan ja Juran
    , costs £385 per person (waterproof hire is extra).
  • An interlinked ethnic tribe, they founded settlements that stretched from the
    Isles
    saarilta
    of Arran
    Arranin
    to Asia Minor; and between 600BC and 600AD they virtually ran the show on the continent of Europe.
  • I'll always keep it because it shows the original sort of colours that
    Fair
    Fairin
    Isles
    saaret
    were made in.
  • If they voted to strike, sailings between the
    Outer
    ulko-
    Isles
    saarien
    and Mainland Orkney would be disrupted.
  • Prevented baby seals being killed in Newfoundland and the
    Orkney
    Orkneyn
    Isles
    saarilla
    .
  • Brothers Phil and Fergus Gribbon, of Co Donegal, have hired a trawler to invade the uninhabited
    isle
    saarta
    of Rockall
    Rockallin
    ,
    300 miles west of the Hebrides
    300 mailia länteen Hebrideiltä
    .
  • He said nothing to his wife, but at the next new moon got into his boat and let the wind carry him eastwards until he reached the windswept
    isle
    saaren
    of Bujan
    Bujanin
    , where the grass grows green and the grapes hang on the wild vines.
  • Kerry now fears her original suspicions were correct -- that Ben was abducted by one of the bands of gipsies roaming the
    Greek
    Kreikan
    isles
    saaria
    .
  • High winds now prevented us from visiting the
    Monach
    Monachin
    Isles
    saarilla
    , reputedly site of the world's second largest seal colony.

islet.n

  • It was discovered in 1900 in the wreck of a Greek ship near the barren
    islet
    saarta
    of Antikythera
    Antikytheran
    ,
    off the south coast of Greece
    Kreikan etelärannikon ulkopuolella
    .
  • Forty years later the
    islet
    saari
    of old Jaimeni
    vanhan Jaimenin
    appeared.
  • Straight across from the house lay the broch
    islet
    saari
    .
  • On a small rocky
    islet
    saarella
    is `Kolymba ``, a rectangular cavity 40 metres long by 12 metres wide, carefully sawn out of the limestone to a depth of almost 2 metres (Plate 16).
  • She was kept prisoner in Edinburgh and then in a castle on an
    islet
    saarella
    in Loch Leven near Kinross
    Loch Levenissä lähellä Kinrossia
    .
  • A small
    islet
    saaren
    at the other end of the loch
    järven toisessa päässä
    is supposed to have been a prison.
  • As there is no soil at all on this
    rocky
    kivisellä
    islet
    saarella,
    vegetation is almost non-existent, but we did come across a few tenacious rock plants growing from the guano in rock crevices.
  • Nearly out of fuel, it landed on a previously uncharted
    islet
    saarelle
    , inadvertently adding a new outpost to the Philippine republic.

isthmus.n

  • Those who had carried on far enough reached South America, which much later became cut off when the seas rose across the
    isthmus
    kannaksen
    of Panama
    Panaman
    .
  • A canal was dug through the
    isthmus
    kannaksen
    north of Mount Athos, to avoid the dangerous cape; the river Strymon was bridged; great food dumps were put down along the route.
  • He walked on, crossed the
    isthmus
    kannaksen
    , and passed the entrance to the docks.

key.n

  • Forty-foot open sloops, gaff-rigged and shallow draught, the lighters were built to load river sand on the mainland for construction projects out on the
    keys
    saarilla
    .

knoll.n

  • He came to a halt on a little
    knoll
    kumpareella
    and flung out his arms in a dramatic gesture.
  • Peaty gleys and peat are codominant soils on this land, with peaty rankers occupying
    rock
    kivi-
    knolls
    kumpareita,
    where glacial erosion has removed all drifts.
  • On a day of deep winter cold, while driving through Somerset, I spied a church sitting on a
    knoll
    kumpareella
    high above the River Parrett
    korkealla Parrett-joen yläpuolella
    .
  • Hillmarden House was situated on a small
    knoll
    kumpareella
    just outside the village of Hillmarden itself
    aivan Hillmarden-kylän ulkopuolella
    .
  • Having established by radio that the survivor was on a
    knoll
    kumpareella
    at the north end of Burwick Holm
    Burwick Holmin pohjoispäässä
    George Williamson headed to the east of the island to approach from the more sheltered leeward side.
  • She walked up the smooth grassy
    knoll
    kumparetta
    to the centre, and examined the patient.

lagoon.n

  • Ingólfshöfdi is an island about six or seven kilometres off-shore, but separated from the mainland by a
    saltwater
    suolavesi-
    lagoon
    laguuni
    rather than by open sea.
  • I was soaked from lying in manky bog-like horrids, stalking some half-witted bird around
    lava
    laava-
    lagoons
    laguunien
    , and John asked if I want tea.
  • This friendly Club Hotel is set at the edge of a
    lagoon
    laguunin
    at the centre of a resort complex offering a range of facilities
    keskellä lomakohdekokonaisuutta, joka tarjosi paljon mahdollisuuksia
    .
  • Some 800 grams of plutonium lie in the sediments of the
    Mururoa
    Mururoan
    lagoon
    laguunin
    , according to official estimates.
  • Away to the east lay the cooling-water lake, known by local people as the
    Blue
    sinisenä
    Lagoon
    laguunina
    .
  • Police launches patrol the tiny harbour in front of the palace and the blue
    lagoon
    laguunin
    leading to the guest area.
  • AN AMERICAN woman tourist drowned in
    Venice's
    Venetsian
    lagoon
    laguuniin
    after her gondola was capsized by a passing ferry's wake.
  • Slowly the
    lagoons
    laguunit
    filled with accumulated sediments and the sea retreated.
  • Many different species with such structures swam in the
    lagoons
    laguunissa
    beside the Gogo reefs
    Gogon riuttojen vieressä
    , together with other more antiquated kinds.
  • Many of them are coastal, though others are found in lakes and
    coastal
    rannikon
    lagoons
    laguuneissa
    , for example the Gippsland Lakes in Victoria.
  • We have to cross the
    lagoon
    laguuni
    .
  • The environmental organisation detected radionuclides in zooplankton from the tidal currents which flush
    Mururoa's
    Mururoan
    lagoon
    laguunia
    .
  • Venice is built on a
    lagoon
    laguunille
    .

lake.n

  • Opposite A
    mirror
    peilikirkasta
    lake
    järveä
    in Yosemite National Park
    Yosemiten kansallispuistossa
    .
  • On a much grander scale are the Niagaran limestones around the
    Great
    Suurten
    Lakes
    järvien
    in North America
    Pohjois-Amerikassa
    , where the reefs reach tremendous proportions, such as the splendid Thornton Reef on the outskirts of Chicago.
  • A hotel-restaurant with its terrace overhanging the slope gives splendid views over the
    Lake
    järvelle
    of Thun
    Thunin
    and the Stockhorn group.
  • The idea is to create huge solar
    lakes
    järviä
    on the Dead Sea
    Kuolleeseenmereen
    .
  • Since 1926 the western fringes of the Cheviots have been planted with 250 square miles of close-packed conifers, while in their depths sprawl the seven miles of the Kielder Water reservoir,
    Europe's
    Euroopan
    largest man-made
    lake
    järvi
    .
  • Set on one of the
    Black Forest's
    Schwarzwaldin
    largest
    lakes
    järvistä
    , Schluchsee lies in the southern part of the Forest, enjoying one of the sunniest climates in Germany.
  • Friends of the Earth described the report as a ``litany of government neglect and mismanagement of
    Britain's
    Britannian
    lakes
    järvien
    and rivers.
  • The main carp
    lake
    järvi
    was dredged in October but is now ready for fishing and has been stocked with fish to 36lb.
  • Ichkeul: one of the last and biggest of
    North Africa's
    Pohjois-Afrikan
    great
    freshwater
    makean veden
    lakes
    järvistä
    .
  • `Come up to the
    lake
    järvelle
    with me.
  • The effect of a barrage or sea-wall being built from, say, Gibraltar Point just south of Skegness to Holme in Norfolk, would create a tide-free
    inland
    sisämaa-
    lake
    järven
    of approximately 400 square miles.
  • Lakes
    Järviä,
    with densely saline waters
    joiden vedet ovat erittäin suolapitoisia,
    are found in several of Antarctica's oasis areas.
  • The fish they were pulling out of the
    Swedish
    Ruotsin
    lakes
    järvistä
    were badly deformed.
  • These leaves are beautifully preserved in a flat-bedded and very highly fissile shale, laid down at the bottom of a
    fresh water
    makean veden
    lake
    järven
    .
  • They had sat by the lakeside and watched Viking longboats racing through the still waters of the
    man-made
    ihmisen tekemän
    lake
    järven
    .
  • The wheel was fed from a large
    lake
    järvestä
    at the rear of the mill
    myllyn takana sijaitsevasta
    , the water exiting under the adjacent road through a substantial stone tunnel.
  • The book is a stampede, faithful to its title and its Epigraph which is the story of the Gadarene swine possessed by devils and rushing into the
    lake
    järveen
    of Galilee
    Galilean
    and drowning themselves.
  • It lives in
    lakes
    järvissä
    and streams
    in Australia
    Australiassa
    , hunting for shrimps often in murky water.
  • When the plane duly clipped the trees and landed on the
    ice
    jää-
    lake
    järveen
    one property developer sat up and asked: `How far have we got?
  • For those who can afford the £2,910 for a peak period February fortnight, Badrutt's Palace Hotel overlooking the frozen
    lake
    järvelle
    in St Moritz
    St Moritzissa
    offers the ultimate in Alpine luxury.
  • A new terrace bar overlooks the
    lake
    järvelle
    .
  • Halfway across he imagined the water there again, he saw the
    lake
    järven
    fill up, some ghost of the ocean haunting him, and shuddered at the thought of drowning in such loneliness, in such heat.
  • Suddenly there was a brightness like sunlight below them, and Little Billy could see a vast
    lake
    järven
    of water
    veden
    , gloriously blue, and on the surface of the lake thousands of swans were swimming slowly about.
  • Wherever you go, even in the towns, you can see mountains and
    lakes
    järviä
    .
  • We cooled off on our way back to camp with a swim in a
    roadside
    tienvarsi-
    lake
    järvessä
    ; a memorable day.
  • Make the most of a holiday to Australia, Switzerland or the
    Italian
    Italian
    lakes
    järvien
    by taking a twin centre holiday -- see twice as much and enjoy the contrast between totally different resorts.
  • This falls within the period from about 35kyr to 25kyr when
    lakes
    järvet
    in East Africa
    Itä-Afrikan
    were again high.

land.n

  • The island was needed as a military base but was too small for that purpose, so
    extra
    ylimääräistä
    land
    maata
    was reclaimed from the sea to create a land area big enough for an air base and naval station.
  • The last 100 million years have seen both a substantial steepening in latitudinal diversity gradients and the fragmentation of
    continental
    rannikon
    land
    maa-
    masses (Crame 2001).
  • Hundreds -- and quite possibly thousands -- of dogs, cats, and other domestic pets are killed by poisoning each year in this cradle of European civilization, this
    sun-soaked
    aurinkoinen
    land
    maa
    of vines and olives and cypresses
    täynnä köynnöksiä ja oliiveja ja sypressejä
    .
  • If you come expecting a
    nightmarish
    painajaismaista
    land
    maata
    of charter flights, tour buses, and beer-stained beach hangouts
    täynnä tilauslentoja, matkabusseja ja oluttahraisia rantapaikkoja
    , you may be shocked at how remote and undeveloped many parts of these small islands remain.
  • While we are laughing, the seed of some trouble is put into the
    wide arable
    laajaan viljelyskelpoiseen
    land
    maahan
    of events
    tapahtumien
    , he wrote in 1819.
  • The N-340 crosses a vast and dreary plain where every available piece of
    level
    tasaista
    land
    maata
    has been covered by ugly plastic greenhouses that produce much of Europe's winter vegetables.
  • The Sinai
    is a
    on
    wild and dramatically beautiful
    villi ja dramaattisen kaunis
    land
    maa,
    pointing south out into the Red Sea.
  • It is the most undulating of the islands; one could even call it hilly, with the highest point of
    land
    maan
    in the Commonwealth
    Kansanyhteisön
    , Mount Alvernia, rising to the heady heights of 216 ft (66m) above sea level.
  • I would follow her by
    land
    maitse
    and by sea
  • On
    dry
    Kuivalla
    land
    maalla
    , government projects haven't fared much better.
  • In the 18th century a Capuchin monastery occupied
    land
    maata
    all around the monument
    kaikkialla monumentin ympärillä,
    and the interior of the base was used as a guest room.
  • The air-dispersion model indicated that adverse effects from exposure to airborne pollutants from the
    land
    maasta
    application site could not be ruled out as a cause of adverse health effects.
  • This encourages peasants to move in and begin farming the
    land
    maata
    .
  • After about 650 b.c., Greek traders entered the competition to exploit
    Spain's
    Espanjan
    rich mineral deposits and
    fertile
    viljavaa
    land
    maata
    .
  • In the modern landscape, woods, ponds, and heaths, for example, are increasingly isolated within enormous fields of pasture or
    arable
    viljelyskelpoista
    land
    maata
    ; and the other major corridor for wildlife, the hedge system, has, of course, been cheaper and easier for farmers to remove than the river itself.
  • More than half the
    arable
    viljelyskelpoisesta
    land
    maasta
    in the United States
    Yhdysvaltojen
    receives annually at least 700 mm of precipitation; only 1 per cent of the arable land in the Soviet Union receives as much moisture.
  • We are the richest country in the world in flora and fauna; we have a rich sea and
    land
    maa
    rich in minerals.
  • For centuries the outer edges of the world map dwindled to
    empty
    tyhjiin
    lands
    maihin
    and seas where early cartographers filled the vast spaces with sea monsters and mythical creatures which gave rise to the figure of speech “ Here be Dragons ”.
  • The light was so poor, now, that the
    land
    maa
    and the sea seemed to meld under the blue-black sky.
  • It is set apart a little from Barnham Junction, where the trains for Bognor Regis leave the main line and around which has grown an early suburbia on the
    flat
    tasaisella
    lands
    maalla
    near the sea
    meren lähellä
    .
  • They can be formed on
    land
    maalle
    near the sea
    meren lähelle
    , in shallow lakes or indeed anywhere where it is possible for a large volume of water to find its way into the volcanic vent.
  • As with the Scarborough grant, Gloucester was surrendering
    land
    maata,
    of little value to himself
    jolla oli vain vähän arvoa hänelle itselleen
    in return for a significant acquisition.
  • And not even in the
    land
    maassa
    of the troubadours
    trubaduurien
    were husbands more tolerant.
  • SUSAN MARLING reports on Disney's latest theme park -- a
    magical
    maaginen
    land
    maa
    of adventure
    seikkailun
    just across the Channel
  • First you come to Dardistan, the
    land
    maa
    of the fairies
    keijujen
    , and beyond those mountains is Zanskar.
  • You will appreciate that we remain with
    little
    vain vähän
    land
    maata,
    of non-strategic value
    jolla ei ole strategista arvoa
    on the Council's account.

loch.n

  • Southwards, the gentle hills of Hoy crowd the horizon; northwards lies
    Loch
    järvi
    of Stenness
    Stennessin
    , bobbed white with graceful mute swans, shores edged emerald and gold with seaweed.
  • Puzzling over this, I nearly miss a water rail which scuttles off down a drainage ditch towards the
    loch
    järvi
    of Westsandwick
    Westsandwickin
    .
  • LINLITHGOW The palace overlooking a beautiful
    loch
    järvi
    was the birthplace of Mary, Queen of Scots.
  • There were many picnics that spring, and swimming in the
    loch
    järvessä
    and tennis parties, but the best was the idleness, the casual getting to know each other.
  • I drink my whisky and look out at the inky
    loch
    järvelle
    .
  • There is a description of the home of ``The Pious Labourer who J. C. McNeill tells us lived beside the
    Loch
    järven
    of the Crannog
    Crannogin
    near Laggan farm, which was later drained and farmed.
  • Cooling off in a
    Scottish
    skottilaisessa
    loch
    järvessä
    : riders from the Castle Riding Centre, Argyllshire.

massif.n

  • Exploration in the region south of the
    Brabant
    Brabant
    Massif
    Massifin
    in Belgium has been summarised by Bless, Bouckaert, and Paproth (1982).
  • The `Zechstein Basin ``contains thick halite sequences, the `Fringe Zechstein' is characterised by interbedded carbonates and anhydrites and the
    London-Brabant
    Lontoon Brabant
    Massif
    Massif
    is formed of pre-Carboniferous sediments and meta-sediments lying directly beneath Cretaceous strata.
  • The coalification pattern of the uppermost surface of the Carboniferous is demonstrated in a cross section running north-south from the
    Rhenish
    Reinin
    massif
    massiivista
    (south of the Ruhr Basin) to the North Sea.
  • During the 1950s, when he was a member of the Cyprus Geological Survey, Gass mapped the Troodos
    massif
    massiivista
    and worried about its origin.
  • These holes will probe the vertical relations between types of rock whose horizontal relations nature has already revealed in creating the
    Troodos
    Troodosin
    massif
    massiivia
    .
  • The Southern Uplands of Scotland, together with the
    Down
    Downin
    massif
    massiivin
    in Northern Ireland
    Pohjois-Irlannissa
    , formed an accretionary prism on the leading edge of the North Atlantic block.
  • The heatwave which stole Ivano's snowfields has also been wreaking rockfall havoc around the
    massif
    massiivin
    , with many normally safe routes becoming places to tread warily.

mesa.n

  • Across the flat tableland are almost 100 red and orange monolithic sandstone buttes and
    mesas
    pöytävuorta
    jutting skywards.
  • On the other side of the trail is a series of
    vast
    valtavien
    mesas
    pöytävuorien
    , cut off from each other like islands.
  • Then a buttery glow leaking from horizon to horizon, flooding the
    mesas
    pöytävuoria
    and outcrop rock of the high desert.
  • They'd lope out to a
    mesa
    pöytävuorelle
    two miles away and walk back.
  • About 200 guests, including representatives from the contractor firms, took part in the outdoor Mass and barbecue -- called `mamona ``in Casanare -- held near the construction site on the
    Alto del Aceite
    Alto del Aceiten
    Mesa
    pöytävuorella
    .

moraine.n

  • When the ice melted the
    moraine
    moreeni
    was dumped as sheets of boulder clay (clay mixed with sand, stones and boulders) on the floors of valleys.
  • The ridge of the terminal
    moraine
    moreenin
    was a fine site for a later, Norman, castle to guard the crossing of the river.
  • No more were found until 1961 when a party from the Soviet Union discovered two fragments of a broken nickel-iron meteorite lying in a
    glacial
    jäätikkö-
    moraine
    moreenissa
    near Lazarev Base
    lähellä Lazarevin tukikohtaa
    .
  • Submarine end
    moraines
    moreenit
    preserved on the outer part of the Hebrides and West Shetland shelves suggest that glacial ice extended out to the shelf break on at least two occasions.
  • This was all my fault for underestimating the route and our stamina, so I took her sack and helped her stagger down the snowfield and
    moraines
    moreeneja
    to the path.
  • Skipping down old
    moraine
    moreenia
    we reached the banks of the Shyok, more than 160 miles above our last crossing point.

mount.n

  • It includes a large photon-counting array which researchers at the
    Mount
    Mount
    stromlo
    Stromlon
    Observatory, near Canberra, developed.
  • Relief: the height of the ground affects the population as many of the large settlements e.g. Canberra, Sydney and Melbourne are situated in valleys and along the coast near such mountains as the Australian Alps and the
    Blue
    Siniset
    Mounts
    vuoret
    .
  • Said we were lucky being high on the hill like the new cathedral on
    St James's
    St Jamesin
    Mount
    vuorella
    .
  • Immediately after the Last Supper, Jesus and his disciples went out to the
    Mount
    vuorelle
    of Olives
    Olivesin
    .
  • There is a notable sculpture on the north front of the town church representing the
    Mount
    vuorta
    of Olives
    Olivesin
    .

mountain.n

  • The
    mountains
    vuoret
    in Algeria
    Algerian
    are called: A. Drakensberg B. Fouta Djallon C. Atlas D. Ethiopian E. Adamawa
  • Every morning when I go to work, I see the
    mountains
    vuoret
    of Harris
    Harrisin
    to the north, Cuillin and Skye eastwards, and the hills of Barra to the south.
  • One previously stated problem with ZBB was that of the
    paper
    paperi-
    mountain
    vuori
    it created.
  • There were
    mountains
    vuoria
    beyond the hills
    Mäkien takana
    .
  • Bourequat, a prisoner of conscience and French citizen, had been imprisoned with two brothers in the legendary Tazmamert, an underground fortress at the foot of the
    Atlas
    Atlaksen
    mountains
    vuorten
    .
  • The first rays of the sun are just touching the summit of the
    Mountain
    vuoren
    of God
    Jumalan
    .
  • Even when besieged by the Romans, they built a mikva at the top of a high
    mountain
    vuoren
    in the desert
    autiomaassa
    .
  • It is located just across the road from the gondola lift which climbs the
    Brandstadl
    Brandstadlin
    mountain
    vuorelle
    , and a 10 to 15 minute walk from the village centre.
  • I climb the
    mountain
    vuorelle
    of Tsyu-I
    Tsyu-I:n
    .
  • Criminals who live in the forests and
    mountains
    vuorilla
    .
  • Their hazardous journey has taken them over the
    mountains
    vuorille
    between Metkovic in Croatia
    Kroatian Metkovicin välisille
    to Zenica in Bosnia.
  • The book has, for more than 30 years, been regarded as the definitive guide to these two great
    mountains
    vuorille
    of East Africa
    Itä-Afrikan
    .
  • They range from the Himalayas right up into the
    Altai
    Altain
    mountains
    vuorille
    of Mongolia
    Mongoliassa
    .
  • We sang as we ran up the
    mountain
    vuorelle
    .
  • The view was impressive with the entire
    mountain
    vuoren
    covered in scores of domes and crags.

ocean.n

  • Oceanic drift-nets are literally wiping out life over huge tracts of the
    world's
    maailman
    oceans
    merien
    .
  • They were sitting in front of the house and looking at the
    ocean
    merelle
    .
  • Stocks and rates of production vary from one area of the
    Southern
    eteläisen
    Ocean
    valtameren
    to another.
  • The
    Southern
    Eteläinen
    Ocean
    valtameri
    is the feeding ground of many thousands of seabirds, seals and whales, some present only in summer, others throughout the year.
  • He's told he has to use a bucket and spade to empty the
    Atlantic
    Atlantin
    ocean
    valtameren
    in 24 hours.
  • Finally, weary of its enforced nomadism, it tipped its cargo overboard into the
    Indian
    Intian
    ocean
    valtamereen
    .
  • Brandt switched the emphasis from geographical variation to the study of the annual cycle of plankton growth found in the
    northern
    pohjoisilta
    oceans
    meriltä
    .
  • Tropical oceanic waters, generally poor in nutrients and productivity, support only a fraction of the biomass found in the cold
    northern and southern
    pohjoisista ja eteläisistä
    oceans
    valtameristä
    .
  • Underwater photographer Norbert Wu has been acclaimed for his studies of the plants and animals living in the
    oceans
    valtamerissä
    of the world
    maailman
    .
  • `I'd love to see the
    ocean
    valtameren
    , ``she said.

outcrop.n

  • Hollies were dying on the
    granite
    graniitti-
    outcrop
    puhkeamassa
    of Charnwood Forest in Leicestershire.
  • At fifty feet he levelled out, slipped the safety off the spear gun, and swam slowly round the
    coral
    koralli-
    outcrop
    puhkeaman
    .
  • But I doggedly believed that things would change, that they could only get better, yet when I reached the
    outcrop
    puhkeaman
    I wailed with despair.
  • The scats were deposited on a rocky
    outcrop
    puhkeamaan
    approximately 16 x 11 m.
  • The Tertiary basalts dominate the scenery of Antrim, with the Ulster White Limestone forming a
    narrow
    kapean
    outcrop
    puhkeaman
    around them (Fig. 2).
  • In the economic field, as early as 1858, Geikie was able to show the main
    outcrops
    puhkeamat
    of oil-shale
    öljyliuske-
    in West Lothian to James Young who was then founding the oil-shale industry in the area.
  • He put out a hand and leaned against an
    outcrop
    puhkeamaa
    of rock
    kallio-
    , head bowed, his torso thrust forward, and let go two more jets of puke.
  • Bernice and Sendei rounded the
    outcrop
    puhkeaman
    of rock
    kallio-
    indicated by Molassi.

pass.n

  • Finally at the field of Maledor at the very entrance to the
    passes
    solaan
    of Nagarythe Caledor
    Nagarythe Caledorin
    faced the Witch King himself in battle and defeated the mightiest of his armies, driving them into the marshes of Maledor.
  • This takes you up over Bwlch-y-Saethau, the
    Pass
    solan
    of the Arrows
    Nuolten
    , where the battle with Mordred is actually supposed to have taken place.
  • `Where exactly is the Stoney Creek bridge, ``I asked, pausing in the doorway, `over
    Roger's
    Rogerin
    Pass
    solan
    ?
  • A wide ice slope led gently up to the
    pass
    solaan
    .
  • `Siban wants me to scout the G'bai, the
    passes
    solat
    through the mountains
    vuorten läpi
    , and the plain where the Moistr ``River flows to the sea.
  • The unremitting four-mile ascent to the high
    pass
    solaan
    over the ridge
    harjanteen yläpuolella
    reduced me to a walking wet rag; I was literally soaked to the skin and could feel rivulets chasing each other down my bosom.
  • There was frozen snow on the
    mountain
    vuoristo-
    pass
    solassa
    at the border with Germany
    Saksan rajalla
    .
  • A key part of the prince's trip took him to the logistics base Camp Redoubt, set up on a tortuous
    mountain
    vuoristo-
    pass
    solan
    between Vitez in central Bosnia and Tomislavgrad near the Croatian border.
  • Built by the Welsh princes in the 13th century, Dolwyddelan still guards
    its
    sen
    landlocked
    mountain
    vuoristo-
    pass
    solaa
    .
  • The crux lay in crossing a high and dangerous
    glaciated
    jäätikkö-
    pass
    solassa
    called the Saser La.
  • Finally we crossed a low
    pass
    solan
    and descended into the wide depression of the oasis where straggling clumps of trees and patchy cultivation marked the first springs.
  • From Grisedale Tarn pass through the gap between Seat Sandal and Dollywagon Pike and descend to
    Dunmail Raise
    Dunmail Raiseen
    , the
    pass
    solaan
    between Grasmere and Thirlmere
    Grasmeren ja Thirlmeren väliseen
    .

peninsula.n

  • Of the 60 or so gill-net vessels which had worked around the
    peninsula
    niemimaan
    in the late 1970s, only half a dozen remained by 1986.
  • They form another chain, looping up from the coast of Venezuela through Jamaica and Cuba, heading towards the
    Yucatan
    Jukatanin
    peninsula
    niemimaata
    of Mexico
    Meksikossa
    .
  • It was common to see Polish soldiers walking on the
    Hel
    Helin
    peninsula
    niemimaalla
    , on day trips to or out courting local girls.
  • Either going or coming one should cross the
    Athos
    Athosin
    peninsula
    niemimaan
    and look down into monasteries on the Holy Mountain that no female eye may otherwise see.
  • The Lake District is situated in the northernmost
    peninsula
    niemimaalla
    of England
    Englannin
    .
  • As the gap slowly widened, a mass of land drifted eastward, forming first a
    peninsula
    niemimaan
    and then an island.
  • Exploring the
    peninsula
    Niemimaan
    by dolmus is great fun.
  • `It's in the common interests of the countries concerned in the region to realise denuclearisation of the
    Korean
    Korean
    peninsula
    niemimaan
    , ``China's foreign ministry said.

plateau.n

  • It's the largest river valley on earth -- cut by the Colorado river in a vast
    plateau
    tasanteella
    in the American south-west
    Amerikan lounaisosassa
    .
  • In the intramontane lakes of the
    Cariboo
    Cariboon
    plateau
    tasanteella
    in British Columbia
    Brittiläisessä Kolumbiassa
    , thick salts (natron, epsomite, bloedite and mirabilite) form interstitially within lake beds.
  • This flooded the wide
    Snake River
    Snake River-
    Plateau
    tasanteella
    in Idaho
    Idahossa
    with similar effects.
  • The Garonnais is the dominant type in the Blonde d'Aquitaine herdbook, which also includes some Villard de Lans cows, a pale corn-coloured milk-and-meat breed from the
    Vercors
    Vercors-
    plateau
    tasanteelta
    of Isère
    Isèren
    .
  • The most dramatic habitat in China is the cave dwellings in the
    loess
    Ioessin
    plateau
    tasanteella
    of northern China
    Pohjois-Kiinassa
    , which is probably one of the largest loess-covered areas of the world.
  • What I was looking at was identical with the ``White Cliffs of Dover in England and the rolling
    plateau
    tasanne
    of Picardy
    Picardyn
    in France, the quarries of southern Sweden and the cliffs of eastern Denmark.
  • Most of those who died were not guerrillas, and certainly not Marxists, but illiterate, Catholic peasant farm-workers from
    Guatemala's
    Guatemalan
    high
    plateaux
    tasanteelta
    .
  • Thus, in addition to forming shield volcanoes and domes, basaltic lavas erupting from an extensive regional system of fissures can generate flood basalts and create massive
    basalt
    basaltti-
    plateaus
    tasanteita
    .
  • Perhaps for this reason, Haig now extended the front of Second Army northward to include the crucial Menin Road area, thus giving Plumer the principal target: the
    Gheluvelt
    Gheluveltin
    plateau
    tasanne
    due east of Ypres
    Ypresin itäpuolella
    .
  • The
    Lorne
    Lornen
    plateau
    tasanne
    , between Loch Awe and Oban in western Scotland, lies to the north-east of Kilmelford where the Lagalochan intrusive complex has been investigated for copper and gold.
  • The
    Lorne
    Lornen
    plateau
    tasanne
    is formed of Devonian andesitic lavas and tuffs which are contemporaneous with the Lagalochan intrusion and mineralisation, and unconformably overlie Dalradian schists.
  • Grazing pressures have also altered the savanna environment of India, as has been discussed by Gadgil and Meher-Homji (1985) in relation to the
    Deccan
    Deccanin
    plateau
    tasanteeseen,
    which is the most degraded of India's savanna lands.
  • Between Blackwell Mill and Monsal Head the route cuts through the central
    limestone
    kalkkikivi-
    plateau
    tasanteen
    of the Peak District
    Peak Districtin
    as it follows the deep valley of the River Wye.
  • The road he followed marked the seasonal migration of sheep from the treeless
    limestone
    kalkkikivi-
    plateau
    tasanteelta
    further inland to the watered valleys around; it had led across this terrain since the Romans had farmed there.
  • He decided to put up with Tony and I in order to support our attempt to cross the
    interior
    sisämaa-
    plateau
    tasanteen
    in winter, using ski parachutes to help our progress.
  • She crossed the
    stony
    kivisen
    plateau
    tasanteen
    .
  • Rather than go onto the
    Cairngorm
    Cairngormin
    plateau
    tasanteelle
    itself, this walk passes through The Queens Forest and to the summit of Meall a' Bhuachaille.
  • But as we continued on to the broad
    plateau
    tasanteelle
    of Geal-Charn
    Geal-Charnin
    , not named on the ordnance survey map, we saw a figure in the distance.
  • They were on the
    plateau
    tasanteella
    .
  • The climb slowly eases off as you reach the summit
    plateau
    tasanteen
    .
  • After four hours of fighting, Gibbon, wounded in the thigh, ordered a retreat to a
    wooded
    puiselle
    plateau
    tasanteelle
    to the south-west.

pond.n

  • Standing by the old timber
    ponds
    lampien
    at Clapton
    Claptonin
    , another of his childhood swimming holes, he had felt his tension being blown away by the eternal winds of the Severn.
  • They joined up with local environmentalists who were extending a
    pond
    lampea
    at the Victoria Nursing Home, Barton Street
    Barton Streetin Victoria Nursing Homen luona
    .
  • She's hankering to take to the open sea and attempt to cross the great
    pond
    lammen
    in the park
    puistossa
    .
  • Every town and village, and most large estates, had natural or
    man-made
    ihmisen tekemiä
    ponds
    lampia
    on which matches were arranged as often as the weather allowed.
  • THE agriculture minister, John Gummer, should have declared work paid for by a giant food company to restore a
    pond
    lammen
    on his own land
    omilla maillaan
    , MPs ruled last night.
  • When was the last time your
    pond
    lampesi
    froze over?
  • Q Recently my son enlarged our
    garden
    puutarhamme
    pond
    lampea
    and while moving the fish into their temporary quarters, we noticed some of the Koi had protruding eyes.
  • Water Gardening from Lotus tells you everything you need to know about building and maintaining your
    garden
    puutarhasi
    pond
    lammen
    .
  • Benjamin stared at the carp
    pond
    lampeen
    .
  • The
    castle
    Linnan
    ponds
    lammet
    attract various species of ducks and geese, waterhens and coots.
  • A sewage leak has been blamed for polluting
    Scarborough's
    Scarboroughin
    Valley Road
    Valley Roadin
    pond
    lammen
    near the seafront
    lähellä merenrantaa
    , and killing fish.
  • Bad natural drainage and heavy rain created this
    pond
    lammen
    .
  • The evening breeze cooled her forehead and ruffled the surface of the horse
    pond
    lammen
    in the yard
    pihalla olevan
    .
  • We built our first
    pond
    lampemme
    this summer.
  • It is a fine place to have a picnic or take the dog for a long walk, by the
    ponds
    lampien
    in the woodlands
    metsämaiden
    .
  • I met him returning from one of the
    Penn
    Pennin
    ponds
    lammilta
    with the largest pike of the year swinging by his side and a look of sheer elation on his face.
  • Capron had even provided the gun that had been fished from the
    pond
    lammista
    on the heath
    nummilla
    .
  • He was nine years old, it was the spring holiday and he went swimming in a
    local
    paikalliseen
    pond
    lampeen
    .
  • When he and my mother came to live at the house he bought five Aylesbury ducks to swim on the
    pond
    lammessa
    and clear it of weed.
  • The fish was returned to the
    pond
    lampeen
    , the frog `despatched elsewhere ``.

pool.n

  • `It's only five minutes ``walk, he said, and sure enough, we soon reached the
    pool
    syvänteen
    at the foot of the waterfall
    vesiputouksen juurella
    .
  • `Ah, mortal, when first I called you to the
    pool
    syvänteeseen
    in the Forest
    metsässä
    , you came swift as a bird -- and I felt then that our souls answered to each other.
  • She was too preoccupied by her inner turmoil to fully appreciate the bubbling
    volcanic
    vulkaanisia
    mud
    muta-
    pools
    lätäkköjä
    in the weird, lunar-like springs
    oudoissa, kuunmuotoisissa lähteissä
    .
  • You will often find starfish in
    pools
    syvänteissä
    on the beach
    rannalla
    , and there are always plenty of gobies and blennies.
  • The king or chieftain would make the offering on behalf of his people and they were thrown into the
    sacred
    pyhään
    lake or
    pool
    syvänteeseen
    with appropriate ritual ceremony.
  • The family had holidays at Perranporth in Cornwall and if the soldiers fell into a
    rock
    kivi-
    pool
    syvänteeseen
    and were drowned, Michael conducted a funeral service for them.
  • Yanek fell into the deep
    pool
    syvänteeseen
    and was drowned.
  • They left the dance together and her body was found the next morning in a deep
    pool
    syvänteestä
    of water
    vesi-
    near a local footpath
    läheltä paikallista polkua
    .
  • On our first day we headed for that beautiful beach … but we didn't make it the temptation was too great to lounge by probably the largest and most stunning
    freshwater
    makean veden
    pool
    syvänteen
    in the Canaries
    Kanarian
    .
  • Coins dropped into a
    muddy
    mutaiseen
    pool
    lätäkköön
    are likely to be lost forever.
  • Beside a
    muddy
    mutaisen
    pool
    lätäkön
    in a shadow-dappled patch of jungle where faint feeding tracks had finally petered out
    varjoisassa osassa viidakkoa, jossa heikot syöttöreitit olivat lopulta loppuneet
    , he lowered himself onto a fallen log.
  • Now, because the main flow of the stream is diverted, during the dry season the shallow
    pools
    syvänteet
    tend to dry up.
  • But moor gripping (open drainage channels at regular spacing) can severely damage wet flushes, small
    pools
    syvänteitä
    and Sphagnum moss beds within such blanket bogs.
  • The small
    reedy
    ruokoiset
    pools
    syvänteet
    nearby
    lähistöllä
    used to have a population of mallard, teal and black-headed gulls in summer as well as a pair of red-throated divers, but the hoodies have spoiled all that.
  • The glade was pear-shaped, roughly a hundred yards long and fifty yards wide, with a
    stagnant
    seisova
    pool
    lätäkkö
    of rain-water
    sadevettä
    in the centre of it.
  • He had discovered some decayed oak roots, locally called bog trunks, lying in a
    pool
    lätäkössä
    of black mud
    mustaa mutaa täynnä olevassa
    .
  • A number of owners have noticed, to their dismay, that their feline pets seem to have a passion for drinking from puddles and
    pools
    syvänteistä
    of water
    vesi-
    in the garden
    puutarhan
    .
  • If you look at yourself in a mirror, a
    pool
    lätäköstä
    of water
    vesi-
    , or any shiny, flat surface, you will see your own reflection.

range.n

  • The
    tidal
    vuorovesi-
    range
    vaihtelu
    in the Caribbean sea off the north coast of Panama
    Karibianmeressä Panaman pohjoisrannikolla
    is very modest -- no more than a couple of feet.
  • The
    range
    vaihtelu
    in the latter direction
    jälkimmäiseen suuntaan
    seemed to be closer, and some of the highest peaks were capped with what looked like snow.
  • Tom Mix, Buck Jones … riding over the
    range
    laidunmaan
    on the look-out for hostile Injuns.
  • Passers-by pause here to admire the spectacular view over shanty-town rooftops, across the crater-like basin of the city to the
    Andean
    Andien
    ranges
    laidunmaille
    on the other side
    toisen puolen
    .
  • The
    Sierra
    Sierran
    mountain
    vuoristo-
    range
    alue,
    which runs the length of the north west coast of Majorca
    joka kulkee Mallorcan luoteisrannikon pituudelta
    , gives the island a dramatic scenery in contrast to the soft beaches below.
  • Ben Nevis stands at one end of the greatest
    mountain
    vuoristo-
    range
    alueen
    in the Highlands
    ylämaiden
    , buttressing a grand array of ten Munros with altitudes above or near 4000 feet and forming an unbroken high skyline for several miles.
  • The T154 had entered high cloud and severe turbulence as it crossed the
    Ural
    Uralin
    mountain
    vuoristo-
    range
    alueen
    on its journey eastward.
  • When they collided, the sedimentary deposits around them were squeezed and rucked up to form new
    mountain
    vuoristo-
    ranges
    alueita
    .
  • Taking a walk on the Malvern Hills the children were surprised to learn that the next highest point on the horizon
    is the
    on
    Russian
    Venäjän
    mountain
    vuoristo-
    range
    alue
    ,
    the Urals
    Uralvuoret
    .
  • I saw a
    range
    alueen
    of hills
    mäki-
    behind us.
  • His eyes lifted to the window, but they didn't see the telegraph wires or the railway tracks or the
    range
    alueeseen
    of dusty yellow hills
    pölyisten keltaisten kukkuloiden
    beyond.
  • The central Cheshire ridge
    is a
    on
    range
    alue,
    of sandstone hills
    hiekkakivimäkien
    running the length of the county
    joka ulottuu koko maan pituudelle
    .
  • It also manages to tie the Alps together as one whole, treating them as a
    range
    alueena
    of mountains
    vuoristo-
    rather than just a list of routes.
  • Ranges
    alueet
    of immense, snow-covered mountains
    Suunnattomien, lumenpeittämien vuorten
    crowded into view: there could, Magellan thought, be no possible exit.
  • Although requiring constant attention to water management, it provided a geographical base for the infant kingdom superior to that offered by the bleak, intermontane valleys inland, across the high
    limestone
    kalkkikivi-
    ranges
    alueilla
    of the Velebit mountains
    Velebit-vuorten
    .
  • Many of these
    Alpine
    Alppien
    fold
    tarha-
    ranges
    alueista
    , such as the mountains of Japan, the Andes and the arcs through the East Indies are still areas of instability characterised by earthquakes and volcanic activity.

rapids.n

  • Then we started down the
    rapids
    koskia
    .
  • And it's spills and thrills all the way for Henry Druce as he runs the
    rapids
    koskia
    of the River Coruh in Eastern Turkey
    River Coruhin Itä-Turkissa
  • We ran
    Borneo's
    Borneon
    uncharted
    rapids
    putouksia
    in Dyak canoes, dived with sharks in the rip-currents of Komodo, and were sluiced off Javanese roads in monsoon flash-floods.
  • Shooting the
    rapids
    putouksia
    on the Ottawa River
  • It had been badly damaged in the
    rapids
    koskissa
    .

ravine.n

  • The terrain here was more open, like something out of the Wild West, with deeply eroded crags and
    ravines
    rotkoja
    .
  • However, occasionally the spongs also bridge
    ravines
    rotkoja
    making for brave crossings especially when you have no idea of their quality.
  • The Friar plunged down into the
    ravine
    rotkoon
    and toiled up the other side.
  • TERRIFIED college students were forced to swim for their lives after their bus plunged into a water-filled
    ravine
    rotkoon
    in Calais
    Calaisissa
    , northern France.
  • But last time I climbed it I started at Wall End Farm and headed up the
    ravine
    rotkoon
    of Redacre Gill
    Redacre Gillin
    .
  • On one side we looked into a vast
    ravine
    rotkoon
    .
  • Now we were approaching a steep
    ravine
    rotkoa
    .

reef.n

  • The
    reefs
    riuttoja
    in Denmark
    Tanskan
    are surrounded by carbonate mudstones and in this case they probably grew on the upper part of the submarine slope rather than at the edge of the platform.
  • Look after the twins and try to make sure they negotiate the
    reefs
    riutoista
    of puberty and adolescence, set them up to make their way in the world, and do so without becoming just like me …
  • Places to avoid: We wouldn't recommend the glass-bottom boat tour around the
    reefs
    riuttojen
    of Nassau
    Nassaun
    .
  • Birkeland commented that it was not useful to blame poor populations for exploiting the few resources that they had, when fishing or mining
    reefs
    riuttojen
    could earn them millions of dollars.
  • The new site is only a short distance away and is just as likely to damage the
    Shiraho
    Shirahon
    reef
    riuttaa
    , the most diverse remaining ecosystem in Japan.
  • The
    Smalls
    Smallsin
    reef
    riutta
    is now a designated site which can only be explored by diving teams working alongside the Museum of Wales.
  • You can approach close to the beaches and also cross the
    reef
    riutan
    where necessary.
  • Later, we sailed out towards the
    reef
    riuttaa
    .
  • Thus, the fringing reef would be changed into a
    barrier
    valli-
    reef
    riuttaan
    and finally into an atoll if the island subsided completely.
  • The reef, described by the World Conservation Union as more diverse than
    Australia's
    Australian
    Great Barrier
    Suuri Valli-
    reef
    riutta
    , has been threatened for over a decade by the proposed building of a second airport for the island.
  • Coral
    Koralli-
    reefs
    riutat
    contain a greater variety of species than any other habitat except for tropical forests.
  • Daly suggests that before the first interglacial period there were no
    coral
    koralli-
    reefs
    riuttoja
    in the modern sense, which is disputable.
  • Both blackish and Magellanic oystercatchers feed on the
    rocky
    kivisistä
    reefs
    riutoista
    exposed by the ebb tide, while two-banded plovers and white-rumped sandpipers seek out little crustaceans and marine worms in the sand.
  • Most
    reef
    riutta-
    fish, when large enough, whether herbivores or carnivores, will also hunt down and feed upon small fish or fry.

ridge.n

  • At
    ridges
    harjanteilla
    in the mid-oceans
    Keskivaltamerten
    molten rock rises from the mantle below the crust and spreads out on either side to form new ocean floor.
  • Standing astride the
    Cat's Back
    Cat's Back-
    ridge
    harjanteella
    in the Black Mountains
    Mustilla vuorilla
    with valleys on three sides it's impossible for your spirits not to soar with the buzzards flying high overhead.
  • This is the capital of the region, with gentle sloping hills, beech forests and
    wooded
    puisia
    ridges
    harjanteita
    in the background
    taustalla
    .
  • The head of Loch Duich is in view backed by the
    Kintail
    Kintailin
    ridge
    harjanne
    of Five Sisters
    Five Sisters-
    and the Saddle with its satellites.
  • Our house backed on to Cefn Leyshon, part of the
    ridge
    harjannetta,
    of Mynydd Eglwysilian
    Mynydd Eglwysilianin
    that separated us from Senghenydd.
  • In exchange I had a view over the wide, flat-bottomed valley, a view that dissolved into the
    fish-fin
    kalanruoto-
    ridge
    harjanteeseen
    on the far side.
  • DOUG Scott, 50 this year, leaves for Nanga Parbat this month to attempt the eight mile
    Mazeno
    Mazenon
    Ridge
    harjannetta,
    on the 8,125 peak
    jonka huippu on 8 125 kilometrin korkeudessa
    .
  • The first two phases of the attack, on 26 and 30 October, along the
    ridges
    harjanteita
    on either side of the Ravebeek Valley
    Ravebeek Valleyn molemmilla puolilla
    , made solid progress.
  • The
    two-mile
    Kahden mailin pituinen
    ridge
    harjanne,
    on which both Panshanger and Maran Hill stood was composed entirely of the same mixture, locally known as `hoggin.
  • Climbing
    pressure
    paine-
    ridges
    harjanteita,
    formed by ancient blocks of ice the size of Yorkshire grinding together, he decided to ditch his skis.
  • The descent of a complex
    rock
    kivi-
    ridge
    harjanteen,
    which you have not previously climbed poses special problems.
  • As the driver spoke they crested a low
    ridge
    harjannetta
    .
  • The surface area of a plate is reduced at a subduction zone whereas it is increased along a
    spreading
    leviävän
    ridge
    harjanteen
    .
  • Each of these areas of continental lithosphere are thought to have overridden regions of hot asthenosphere associated with former
    mid-oceanic
    keskivaltamerella
    spreading
    leviäviin
    ridges
    harjanteisiin
    .
  • At one time the tide, before it was checked, had reached the railway station at Chattancourt and was lapping around the very foot of the
    Bois Bourrus
    Bois Bourrusin
    ridge
    harjanteen
    .
  • A saving grace is the stone wall nearby that adorns the eight-mile
    ridge
    harjannetta
    between Dent and Ireby
    Dentin ja Irebyn välissä
    , a monumental task undertaken by rough men long before the coming of trade unions.
  • A highly significant addition during this time
    was an
    oli
    underwater
    vedenalainen
    ridge
    harjanne
    from the eastern Pacific; after accretion it pulled apart to form the San Andreas Fault now a few miles inland from the coast.
  • It is flanked by a dramatic
    ridge
    harjanne
    of mountains
    vuoristo-
    to the south, white-clad needle points that are silhouetted against the blue sky.
  • Many have suggested that the rise of a new
    median
    keskus-
    ridge
    harjanteen
    within an oceanic basin
    valtamerinotkoon
    might well be enough to flood great areas of continents.
  • Inland from the
    algal
    levä-
    ridge
    harjanteesta
    there is often a shallow gutter, the origin of which presents a problem.
  • Climbing quickly, Bonington and Gordon reached the North Col on May 18 in fine weather and scoured the clearly visible
    North-East
    koillis-
    ridge
    harjanteen
    .
  • Starting early, I traverse the long
    ridge
    harjanteen,
    of hills
    mäki-
    that separates me from Isafjördur, arriving late in the afternoon.
  • Turn left along this lane; a signpost points the way to Norber, a long
    limestone
    kalkkikivi-
    ridge
    harjannetta,
    forming the north-western skyline.
  • The long
    desert
    kaukaiset
    ridges
    harjanteet
    above the far bank
    kauimmaisella penkereellä
    looked like petrified pink brocade.
  • The
    mid-ocean
    meren keskellä
    spreading
    leviävä
    ridge
    harjanne
    was shown to be a `tape recorder ``for the planet's magnetic pole reversals.
  • So you can get calcium carbonate deposits for example, on the top of isolated sea mounts or
    mid-ocean
    meren keskellä olevia
    ridges
    harjanteita
    .
  • Magmas erupted at
    mid-ocean
    meren keskellä olevilta
    ridges
    harjanteilta
    are derived from the upper mantle.
  • The trees and
    mountain
    vuoristo-
    ridges
    harjanteilla
    have a magnificent stark beauty.
  • Post mortem examinations are being carried out on the two bodies found yesterday at the foot of a
    mountain
    vuoristo-
    ridge
    harjanteen
    on the Isle of Skye
    Isle of Skyen
    .
  • Another distinct path leads north-westwards from the summit across the highest
    ridge
    harjanteelta
    in England
    Englannin
    -- a stone-strewn crest including Broad Crag, Ill Crag and Great End.
  • There is a dusting of snow in Cwm Glas Mawr and above, while clouds have just rolled back from the
    summit
    huippu-
    ridge
    harjanteelta
    .
  • I stay local for a night, then climb the
    ridge
    harjanteelle
    above the far side of the fjord
    vuonon kauimmaisen sivun yläpuolella
    , making for Hestöfjordur and a view of the big glacier.
  • In 1902 they climbed the marvellous
    Bosigran
    Bosigranin
    Ridge
    harjanteelle
    .
  • By this time we were climbing towards a
    ridge
    harjannetta
    .
  • From the summit head south along the broad path which follows the
    summit
    huippu-
    ridge
    harjannetta
    .
  • It continues through Knightwick and follows the
    limestone
    kalkkikivi-
    ridge
    harjannetta
    of the Suckley Hills
    Suckley Hillsin
    to Longley Green.
  • The river was in splendid panoramic form, curving gently away upstream and down, followed by the high
    ridge
    harjanne
    of the eastern desert
    itäisen autiomaan
    .
  • The Worcestershire Way starts on the
    sandstone
    hiekkakivi-
    ridge
    harjanteelta
    of Kinver Edge
    Kinver Edgen
    and then follows the River Severn from Upper Arley to Bewdley before crossing limestone ridges running north from the Malvern Hills to Malvern.

rill.n

  • Except that Ray and I held back, watching the rain wet the while ash, carry it down in trickling grey
    rills
    purossa
    .
  • Wherever Defoe passed a house he found a little
    rill
    puron
    of running water
    juoksevaa vettä
    .
  • They were following the concrete channel of the serpentine
    rill
    puron
    , which emptied itself into a pool of stygian blackness.

river.n

  • In that year hostile natives attacked the village of Praporshchikovo on the
    Irtysh
    Irtyshin
    river
    joen
    between the last forpost, Ubinsk, and Ust-Kamenogorsk
    viimeisen forpostin, Ubinskin, ja Ust-Kamenogorskin välissä
    .
  • Attempts to straighten out the
    Lang Lang
    Lang Langin
    river
    joki
    in Australia
    Australiassa
    between 1920 and 1923 caused a series of cuts into the bank, which progressed rapidly upstream and destroyed seven bridges.
  • The flow of the
    Darenth
    Darenthin
    river
    joen
    in Kent
    Kentissä
    is to be restored at a cost of £12 million.
  • The main problem for engineers was the location of
    underground
    maanalaisten
    rivers
    jokien
    in the area
    alueen
    , and more than 300 columns had to be put in to support the shopping centre.
  • For the last century the Tay has been known not only as the largest, but also arguably as the best
    salmon
    lohi-
    river
    joki
    in Britain
    Britanniassa
    .
  • In the 1980s nitrate doubled in the lakes and
    rivers
    joissa
    of southern Norway
    Etelä-Norjan
    and ammonium increased.
  • Reeling over a savage blow Writer Chapman Pincher marvels at the wonderful
    salmon
    lohi-
    rivers
    jokia
    of Scotland
    Skotlannin
    -- but he is outraged by their depletion because of English drift-netting.
  • He was a boy again, leaping from a rock into one of the sweet
    rivers
    jokeen
    of Yorkshire
    Yorkshiren
    .
  • The levees of the former
    rivers
    jokien
    through the Fens
    Fensin läpi kulkevien
    are now marked by raised banks, or roddons, which have been favoured settlement sites due to their comparative dryness.
  • Fisheries' records show that 22
    Welsh
    Walesin
    salmon
    lohi-
    rivers
    joista
    declined between the periods 1966-75 and 1976-85.
  • There, it percolates down through the rocks into aquifers (underground water reserves), or flows as
    surface
    pinta-
    rivers
    jokina
    back into the sea, propelled by the Earth's gravity.
  • Nor can the elvers have any memory of the smell of
    fresh water
    makean veden
    rivers
    jokien
    , as salmon have, for none of them have been in one.
  • Five species of them visit
    North American
    Pohjois-Amerikan
    rivers
    joissa
    .
  • Lakes and
    rivers
    joet
    in heavily farmed counties such as Cavan
    Raskaasti maanviljeltyjen kreivikuntien, kuten Cavanin,
    have long suffered from irresponsible dumping by farmers.
  • Plans to dam
    Colorado's
    Coloradon
    South Platte
    South Platten
    river
    joki
    have finally been vetoed by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
  • The fish comes from fast-flowing
    rivers
    joista
    in China
    Kiinan
    and grows to a large size.
  • Close your eyes and listen to the music of a running stream, flowing
    river
    joen
    , waterfall or the waves of the sea.
  • In winter the
    frozen
    jäätynyt
    river
    joki
    is the only route into Zanskar.
  • After an eventful passage down the frozen
    Volga
    Volga-
    river
    jokea
    she arrived in Georgia at Tiflis (Tbilisi) in April 1840.
  • It is a long way from the dark pine forests and the
    frozen
    jäätyneiltä
    rivers
    joilta
    of northern Europe
    Pohjois-Euroopan
    to the sun-baked sands of Arabia.
  • I am fortunate to live in a beautiful mill that spans one of the great
    chalk
    kalkki-
    rivers
    joen
    of Hampshire
    Hampshiren
    ,
    the Itchen
    Itchenin
    .
  • Where the great
    rivers
    joet
    of molten lava
    sulanutta laavaa olevat
    had flowed in the distant past was now a jumbled mass of solidified rock-like structures which sometimes stretched for many kilometres.
  • The
    Great
    Suuri
    River
    joki
    swept sluggishly through meads that were aflame with buttercups and dotted with the last patches of melting snow.
  • Cross the
    river
    joen
    by the footbridge and turn left along the track by the river.
  • In the south the route follows the River Wharfe, going on to follow the
    River
    jokea
    Dee
    Dee-
    and River Lune before finishing up at Lake Windermere.
  • Next week we're going up the
    river
    jokea
    !
  • A bridge goes across the
    river
    joen
    .
  • The
    river
    joki
    Talabec
    Talabec-
    flows around the outside of the crater.
  • Where the
    river
    joki
    flows past the southern edge of the rim wall there is a settlement called Talagaad and a deep harbour.

sandbank.n

  • Talk turns to the night before when we were woken as the convoy hit a
    sandbank
    hiekkasärkkään
    with such force that the steel cables holding it together were torn loose.
  • It is hard to believe that this 8,000 acre agricultural estate owned by the Crown was once a small
    mid-river
    keskijoen
    sandbank
    hiekkasärkkä
    often submerged by spring tides.
  • That night we were stuck on a
    sandbank
    hiekkasärkkään
    in the middle of the river
    keskellä jokea
    , and a small Chindwin paddle steamer came along to take us oft until the tide rose again.
  • Low tide is the best time to see birds from a boat -- and low tide, especially the very low tide of early spring, is the best time to get stuck on a
    sandbank
    hiekkasärkkään
    !
  • Rodley sighted a
    sandbank
    hiekkasärkän
    awash ahead.
  • The all-night fishing trip ended in tragedy for the four men after their boat ran out of fuel and ran aground on a
    sandbank
    hiekkasärkkään
    off Nash Point
    Nash Pointin
    .

sandbar.n

  • A large
    sandbar
    hiekkasärkkä
    is uncovered on low water Springs just north west of the nature reserve which is a prime area for larger species over low water.
  • About 150 fisherman have been found alive on islands,
    sandbars
    hiekkasärkiltä
    or on disabled fishing boats.
  • ``We then tried to approach Paka but rammed into a
    sandbar
    hiekkasärkkään
    , he said.
  • That makes better wind and surf conditions and puts more people in the water near the
    offshore
    rannikon
    sandbars
    hiekkasärkkien
    where fish --- and sharks --- collect.
  • The Park Service had investigated dredging the
    sandbar
    hiekkasärkän
    at the mouth of the river
    joen suulla
    , but the sand would likely shift within 48 hours.
  • Qatar and Bahrain are traditional rivals and for years have been locked in a bitter border dispute over a series of coral reefs and
    sandbars
    hiekkasärkkien
    in the Gulf
    Persianlahdella
    .

sandspit.n

  • He checked his bearings again and pointed to the
    sand-spit
    hiekkakerrokseen
    .
  • Here was a most lovely situation, a
    sandspit
    hiekkakerros,
    which had been built up into a peninsula.

sea.n

  • He wrote of the calm
    sea
    merestä
    at St Malo
    St Malossa
    , the pink sky, the sweet air.
  • It has a comfortable market here with the
    North
    Pohjan-
    sea
    meri
    at its doorstep.
  • David Smith, seven, from Woolacombe, Devon, who was swept into the
    sea
    mereen
    in Devon
    Devonissa
    on Tuesday, has not been found.
  • The hard shale was now gone and the flat lake
    had become a choppy
    oli tullut myrskyisä
    sea
    meri
    of sand and rock
    täynnä hiekkaa ja kiviä
    .
  • Diplomatic missions were received and sent from time to time, and during the sixteenth century Japanese traders and pirates dominated the
    seas
    meriä
    of Southeast Asia
    Kaakkois-Aasian
    , but both channels of contact virtually ceased in the seclusion period.
  • At the age of seventy five she has to wade through a
    sea
    meren
    of mud
    muta-
    to get to her council home at Cinderford in Gloucestershire.
  • Poets from Dante to Byron have celebrated the romance and the drama of
    this coastline's
    tämän rannikon
    azure
    seas
    merien
    , green mountains and weathered villages.
  • The killas weathers and crumbles easily and so it is easily eroded by rivers and the
    sea
    meri
    .
  • The next day the idiot of a captain decided to make a run for the
    open
    avo-
    sea
    merelle
    .
  • A freeze on further expansion of any drift-netting on the
    high
    avo-
    seas
    merellä
    outside the South Pacific
    eteläisen Tyynenmeren ulkopuolella
    .
  • They left for Beirut by
    sea
    meriteitse
    on 25 April.
  • Alternatives are to keep only fish from
    southern and Mediterranean
    eteläisestä ja Väli-
    Seas
    merestä
    that are able to tolerate temperatures up to 26°.
  • Greek cities developed, especially along the Mediterranean coast and near the
    Sea
    järveä
    of Tiberias
    Genesaretin-
    .
  • This morning the sky was blue with powder-puff clouds and the
    sea
    meri
    sparkled so that he was dazzled when he looked at it.
  • The idea is to create huge solar lakes on the
    Dead
    Kuolleeseen-
    Sea
    mereen
    .
  • Little Lough Shean led into middle-sized Lough Meenagh, until finally we faced an
    inland
    sisä-
    sea
    meren
    ,
    Lough Allen
    Lough Allenin
    , one of the bigger bulges in the River Shannon.
  • Our whole zig-zag through Northern Ireland followed the western shores of
    Lough Erne
    Lough Ernen
    ,
    Ireland's
    Irlannin
    inland
    sisä-
    sea
    meren
    .
  • The report also suggests a range of options for saving
    Central Asia's
    Keski-Aasian
    second major
    inland
    sisä-
    sea
    meren
    .
  • In addition to the epic flight described here, James Sadler is remembered particularly for his daring but abortive, attempt to cross the
    Irish
    Irlannin
    Sea
    meren
    from Dublin to England in October 1812.
  • If Hell exists, it must consist of being eternally sick on a ship which crosses the
    Narrow
    kapeat
    Seas
    meret
    but never reaches shore.
  • Bothwell went over the
    sea
    meren
    , and died in a prison in Denmark.
  • The entire food chain in the
    seas
    merissä
    off part of Australia's eastern coasts
    Australian itärannikoiden ulkopuolella
    is likely to be contaminated by toxins, according to Cor Lenghaus, a researcher from Hamilton Regional Veterinary Laboratory in Victoria.

seamount.n

  • On page 809 of this issue, Woodhead and colleagues report new isotope data on volcanic rocks from
    seamounts
    merenalaisista vuorista
    southeast of Pitcairn Island
    Pitcairn-saaren kaakkoispuolelta
    that seem dramatically to confirm this theory.
  • Some of these rise above sea level, but the vast majority are submarine features known as
    seamounts
    merenalaisina vuorina
    , or if they are flat-topped, guyots.
  • For example, from about 160 to 100Ma BP, North America drifted over a hot spot which is now located near the
    Great Meteor
    Great Meteorin
    Seamount
    merenalaista vuorta
    in the eastern Atlantic Ocean
    itäisessä Atlantin valtameressä
    .

shelf.n

  • Murren perches high on a sunny
    shelf
    kielekkeellä
    in the Lauterbrunnen Valley
    Lauterbrunnenin laaksossa
    , surrounded by all the glorious beauty of peaks and glaciers.
  • The limestone scars seen on the left during the ascent here give place to a
    moorland
    nummen
    shelf
    kielekkeelle
    inclined at an easier gradient which, on investigation, is found to be perforated by a line of potholes.
  • Deeper water layers circulate counterclockwise, driven by the constant inflow from the Norwegian Sea along the
    Siberian
    Siperian
    shelf
    kielekettä
    .
  • The remains were in a deposit forming a
    shelf
    kielekkeen,
    which represents the remnant of a low terrace of the west bank of the Medway.
  • Five more oilfields were producing oil from the
    North Sea
    Pohjanmeren
    continental
    rannikon
    shelf
    kielekkeeltä
    in 1976, including the massive Brent and Alpha fields.
  • In 1969 a new unit was formally set up in Edinburgh to study the geology of the
    continental
    rannikon
    shelf
    kielekkeen
    around Scotland
    Skotlannin ympärillä
    .
  • Dr Michael Stroud slipped into the chasm as the pair were crossing an
    ice
    jää-
    shelf
    kielekettä
    in driving snow and 100mph winds.
  • On the lower reaches of glaciers and on
    ice
    jää-
    shelves
    kielekkeillä
    close to the sea
    meren lähellä
    , where ablation exceeds snowfall in summer, wind-blown dust and rock fragments encourage local melting.
  • An iceberg that has floated 2,000 km from the
    Ross
    Rossin
    Ice
    jää-
    Shelf
    kielekkeeltä
    in Antarctica
    Antarktiksella
    has established the existence of a complex series of currents along the Antarctic coast.
  • Sulawesi is situated midway between the shallow
    Sunda and Sahul
    Sundan ja Sahulin
    shelves
    kielekkeiden
    (see page 130).
  • Reeds, rushes and other marginal subjects like marsh marigolds and irises prefer to occupy shallow
    shelves
    kielekkeitä
    at the edge of the pool
    altaan reunalla
    .
  • Found off the
    UK Continental
    Ison-Britannian mantereen
    Shelf
    kielekkeeltä
    at depths of up to 3,000 metres, grenadiers are thought to reach maturity at the advanced age of 50, while orange roughies fished elsewhere have been estimated at 100-years-old.
  • SHEILA lived in a cottage on the
    rocky
    kivisellä
    shelf
    kielekkeellä
    of a mountain
    vuoren
    .
  • It is lodged on a
    shelf
    kielekkeellä
    on the mountain gorge
    vuoren rotkon
    , high above the Yantra river with precipitous rocks falling steeply below it.
  • Its houses, shop, pub and post office were built on a narrow
    shelf
    kielekkeellä
    of rock
    kallio-
    looking out over Start Bay
    katsellen yli Start Bayn
    , and it had a population of more than a hundred people.
  • A great church, lofty and beautiful, was built on the
    shelf
    kielekkeelle
    of rock
    kallio-
    ; a monastery of size and standing was set about it.

shoal.n

  • Of the ten barbarian ships, three ran aground on the
    shoal
    karikkoon
    between Skiathos and Magnesia
    Skiathoksen ja Magnesian väliseen
    , called the Ant; and the barbarians then set a stone pillar on the shoal
  • In 1985 dredgers were busily raking up gravel from the
    shoals
    karikoista
    in the river
    joen
    to put into more gabions for bank reinforcement beside the Trannon.
  • In 1969 it was back again on its wandering course, and was engineered cheaply back into line by dredging out the
    gravel
    sora-
    shoals
    karikoita,
    which were causing it to wander.
  • The
    mud
    muta-
    shoal
    matalikko
    and its hump dozed tranquilly in the heat.
  • Great rivalry between the boats sometimes led to angry words, or even sea battles, and when smoke over Downderry signalled a
    shoal
    matalikkoa
    along the coast
    rannikolla
    , an exciting race would ensue.
  • We were on the starboard tack, fighting into the trades as we clawed our way out from the
    Bahamian
    Bahaman
    shoals
    matalikoilta
    into the deep waters of the Atlantic.
  • All agree that finding ways to present your case will prove as hazardous as steering a passage through a
    sand
    hiekka-
    shoal
    matalikon
    .
  • By now the ship was firmly embedded in the
    shoal
    matalikkoon
    and the breakers were forming around the ship.

skerry.n

  • The setting sun -- it was now mid-August, so the sun just dipped below the horizon -- would round the headland of Flakstad village and dance over some tiny
    skerries
    luotojen
    off the shore
    rannikon ulkopuolella
    .
  • This submergence has also produced the myriad
    skerries
    luodot
    and islands of the inter-island straits, notably between North Uist and South Harris.
  • We stopped the boat and drifted for a while, and the birds relaxed and moved back towards
    Bound
    Boundin
    Skerry
    luotoa
    the rock in a long line -- which did the trick!
  • I was negotiating this narrow gap one day early in the summer when my eye was caught by a patch of fawn colour among the green grassy top of the
    skerry
    luodon
    .

slough.n

  • The prospect of Britain becoming irretrievably stuck in a
    slough
    suohon
    without forward movement is not attractive, for us now or as trustees for our children and successors.
  • In an appalling
    slough
    suossa
    of mud and corpses
    täynnä mutaa ja ruumiita
    2nd Shock Army languished, fighting on hopelessly.
  • It would run to the north of Eton Wick and the south of Chalvey along the south side of the M4, crossing the main
    A355
    A355-
    Slough
    suon
    to Windsor road.
  • The Taplow council has expressed particular concern about the disruption of the
    A4
    A4-
    Slough
    suon
    to Maidenhead road that construction of the channel will cause.

spring.n

  • On some occasions, the lower than usual level of water at
    LW
    LW-
    springs
    lähteissä
    could actually be seen.
  • Then, on the second day, we dropped down into the lowest part of the crater to reach the
    hot
    kuumat
    springs
    lähteet
    .
  • One fly makes its home in pools of crude oil welling up from the ground; another lives in steaming
    hot
    kuumissa
    volcanic
    vulkaanisissa
    springs
    lähteissä
    .
  • Ariel began to communicate with the strangers in English; she told Kit about the
    hot
    kuumista
    springs
    lähteistä
    up the mountain
    ylhäällä vuorella
    , hoping he would let her go there.
  • The drawing is not meant to suggest the development of unexpected problems like hitting an
    underground
    maanalaisen
    spring
    lähteen
    when digging the foundations of a new hotel.
  • The Forest of Dean is riddled with
    underground
    maanalaisia
    streams and
    springs
    lähteitä
    .
  • There are no limestones or
    volcanic
    vulkaanisia
    springs
    lähteitä
    in the catchment
    valuma-alueella
    .
  • The well, dug 900 years ago and fed by
    springs
    lähteiden
    , was deepened by seven feet last summer to 34 feet, but it is still in danger of drying up.
  • Beside the kitchen a communal bath, fed from a hot
    sulphur
    rikki-
    spring
    lähteistä
    , was built into the wall.
  • There are medicinal baths there, fed by warm
    saline
    suolavesi-
    springs
    lähteistä
    , and the numbers of fine new mansions and doctors' plates prove their popularity among fashionable invalids.
  • As a result, one of his sacred titles was `He who causes the
    springs
    lähteet
    to flow ``.

strait.n

  • But this alliance was followed by others, with more accessible cities, Leontini on the east coast of Sicily, and Rhegion on the
    straits
    salmissa
    between Italy and Sicily
    Italian ja Sisilian välisissä
    , on the Italian side (ML 63-4), probably in about 443.
  • It was unclear to them why St Petersburg should promise the Turks assistance in return for the closure of the Dardanelles, when closing the
    straits
    salmia
    between the Aegean and the Black Sea
    Aegean- ja Mustanmeren välisiä
    was a longstanding Turkish principle.
  • Neither we nor the Western world as such would stand by and see the
    straits
    salmet
    of the Persian Gulf
    Persianlahden
    closed to international traffic.
  • By mid-1991 Denmark was nearing agreement with Sweden on a long-standing plan to bridge the
    Öresund
    Juutinrauman
    straits
    salmet,
    which divided the two countries [see p. 38402].
  • Their favourite sport entails swimming the
    straits
    salmissa
    in northern Scotland to better waylay and wreck passing freighters.
  • Cross the
    Strait
    salmen
    by Menai Suspension Bridge.
  • The Kyle road from Achmore curves round to renew acquaintance with Loch Carron as it passes through the narrow
    straits
    salmen
    of Strome
    Stromen
    and widens into an estuary.
  • The Indonesian government has proposed the levying of a toll on ships passing through the
    Malacca
    Malaccan
    strait
    salmen
    to raise funds to combat pollution in the heavily used seaway.
  • So many foreign ships come through the
    Strait
    salmen
    .

stream.n

  • There was just the summer-shrunken
    stream
    virta,
    from which a pale mist drifted to lie in shadowy skeins across the plump fields of wheat and rye and barley.
  • The official Voice of Vietnam said the bus was fording a
    rain-swollen
    sateen laajentamaa
    stream
    virtaa
    in Quang Ninh province, east of Hanoi
    Quang Ninhin maakunnassa Hanoin itäpuolella
    .
  • Thus the farmer on whose land the first find was made discovered his land was being prospected only when he found the prospectors sampling
    streams
    virtoja
    on his land
    hänen maallaan
    .
  • Water voles have fairly specialized habitat needs: rivers or
    streams
    virrat,
    with steep banks and thick vegetation to protect them from birds of prey
    joissa on jyrkkiä penkkoja ja paksua kasvillisuutta, joka suojelee niitä petolinnuilta
    .
  • Because
    the world's
    maailman
    streams
    virrat
    and rivers provide such convenient sewers, and because the seas and lakes seem all-accommodating, human beings have, over the years, abused them notoriously.
  • The Forest's
    Metsän
    streams
    virrat
    were dammed and used to power mills.
  • Extraction of water by companies rather than below-average rainfall is responsible for the drying out of many of
    Britain's
    Britannian
    streams
    virroista
    and rivers, according to Lord Buxton, a leading conservationist.
  • South of the terminal moraine many powerful
    meltwater
    sulamisvesi-
    streams
    virrat
    were moving some of the loose stones, sand and mud of the older sheets of boulder clay.
  • 3,000 pounds fine for polluting
    stream
    virran
  • He followed her eyes to the sides of the room where there were huge tapestries depicting nymphs and shepherds playing in a landscape filled with trees and winding
    streams
    virtoja
    .
  • A paved high road forded the
    stream
    virtaa
    .
  • The field fell gently downhill to his left, tipping its little, secret,
    underground
    maanalaisia
    streams
    virtoja
    towards the River Pleshey, a mile distant.
  • Also, fresh-water supply would entail a search for
    underground
    maanalaisia
    streams
    virtoja
    such as Djibouti and the port were built over.
  • The man was alone, standing apart from the
    stream
    virrasta
    of people
    ihmis-
    , watching.
  • The
    stream
    Virta
    in the bottom of the valley
    laakson pohjalla
    was spanned by a narrow bridge, and she squeezed the car across it, and started up the hill on the other side.
  • Fisher Row lay on the west bank of the
    Castle Mill
    Castle Millin
    stream
    virran
    , a small tributary of the Thames, in three sections known as Upper, Middle and Lower Fisher Row.
  • The bottoms of the valleys contained dashing
    streams
    virtoja
    , winding tracks, and picturesque little villages made of pretty wooden houses huddling together.
  • Ice motion causes the meteorites to become concentrated in the same sort of way that
    mountain
    vuoristo-
    streams
    virrat
    concentrate deposits of gold or other heavy minerals in `lenses ``or into layered structures.
  • As winter comes and the
    mountain
    vuoristo-
    streams
    virrat
    get cold, the yellow eels descend to lower, warmer stretches of the rivers.
  • Aberdeenshire is best known as the place to go for salmon fishing, and the Royal Dee is one of the finest salmon
    streams
    virroista
    in Scotland
    Skotlannissa
    .
  • Chittagong Railway Station and most tracks north of Bairab Bazar Junction rely heavily upon this renowned company for their structural steel, and there are 28 DWEC spans across rivers and
    streams
    virtoja
    in the Chittagong area
    Chittagongin alueella
    .
  • Cross the
    stream
    virta,
    which has been on the left for some time by a wooden bridge.
  • The council has also noted the lack of water in the
    York
    Yorkin
    stream
    virrassa
    in Maidenhead
    Maidenheadissa
    and questions the adequacy of flow in the flood relief channel.
  • He says in the centre of the site there's a land-drain put in by a previous farmer which drains into a
    stream
    virtaan,
    which runs into the River Thame
    joka laskee Thames-jokeen
    .
  • Tundra
    Tundran
    streams
    virrat
    flow in meandering channels through tundra vegetation, draining the peaty soils, picking up humic acids and acquiring a low pH as they go.
  • Then there is a channel called the ``
    York
    Yorkin
    stream
    virraksi
    , which runs through Maidenhead.

tarn.n

  • Descent is made southwards over a pathless moor to a depression containing a small
    tarn
    vuoristojärven
    and a wall that rises to the next height, Swarth Fell.
  • We climbed a little further and Arthur cooled off in the
    tarn
    vuoristojärvessä
    .
  • The main features were well known to most travellers, but Green wanted them to discover the lesser known
    tarns
    vuoristojärvet
    , valleys and fells
    of his beloved Lake District
    hänen rakastetun Lake Districtinsä
    .
  • From Patterdale walk to
    Grisedale
    Grisedalen
    Tarn
    vuoristojärvelle
    at the head of the Grisedale valley
    Grisedalen laakson päädyssä
    , along a broad trackway which becomes a bridleway (5 miles).
  • The jagged crest was then followed to the ice-bound
    tarns
    vuoristojärviin
    of the Panch Pokhari (five small lakes)
    Panch Pokharin (viisi pientä järveä)
    .
  • Malham
    Malhamin
    Tarn
    vuoristojärvi
    was first formed when glacial meltwaters gathered on a thick bed of boulder clay at the end of the last Ice Age.
  • The way we had taken was winding down towards a small lock or
    tarn
    vuoristojärveä
    .

tor.n

  • When he wasn't in London, he shared an old house near
    Camber
    Camberin
    Tor
    kiveä
    with his aunt, Lady Agatha Waring.
  • The Somerset Levels is a weird and wonderful place at the best of times, a strange flat landscape with the unnatural looking mound of
    Glastonbury
    Glastonburyn
    Tor
    kiven
    rising up from nowhere.
  • Mam
    Mamin
    Tor
    kivi
    is the first objective on the walk along the ridge which separates the Hope and Edale valleys.
  • By dusk Lynmouth had been reached, and next morning they went the short distance to the Valley of the Rocks, a strange and desolate dry valley running parallel to the coast and bordered by great castellated
    tors
    kivet
    of rock
    kallio-
    .
  • Circle round to approach the town from the east and climb the
    Tor
    kivelle
    on your way back to base.
  • I pointed to the great
    Tor
    kiveä
    .

vale.n

  • The whole of the
    vale
    laakso
    of Pickering
    Pickeringin
    lay spread out before the two riders, stretching as far as the eye could see.
  • Away from the coastal marshes, the grasslands of lowland England consisted of
    clay
    savi-
    vales
    laaksoista
    , and heaths and forests, which differed radically in wealth and social structure.
  • Last year the government turned down a more ambitious National Coal Board proposal for three mines in and around the
    vale
    laaksossa
    .
  • Whittles Farm is a 200-acre dairy and beef farm, situated in the rich
    vale
    laaksossa
    of Taunton Deane
    Taunton Deanen
    , between the Quantock and Blackdown Hills, one mile from the pretty village of Beercrocombe.
  • `We begin descending into the
    Vale
    laaksoon
    tomorrow, ``Bicker called from ahead.

valley.n

  • The
    valley
    laakso
    between the Quantocks and the Brendon Hills
    Quantocksin ja Brendon Hillsin välissä
    is well worth exploring.
  • Within a few days the Slovene peasants of the
    Krka
    Krkan
    valley
    laakson
    between Novo Mesto and the Croatian border
    Novo Meston ja Kroatian rajan välisen
    had also risen.
  • The
    desert
    aavikko-
    valley
    laakso,
    in which the complex is located, known as the Wadi Qelt, is referred to in ancient rabbinical sources as having been `flooded by the blood ``of the rebels.
  • This autumn I visited the
    San Joaquin
    San Joaquinin
    Valley
    laaksossa
    in California
    Kaliforniassa
    where almost half of the world's raisin crop is grown.
  • If you are moulded by a place then for him that place
    was a bleak black
    oli synkkä musta
    valley
    laakso
    in Welsh-speaking South Wales
    walesinkielisessä Etelä-Walesissa
    , the trenches of the industrial battleground.
  • The train pulled out, heading for Loughton along the green
    valley
    laaksoa
    of the Roding
    Rodingin
    .
  • We returned via Nazareth and the
    Valley
    laakson
    of Jexreel and Megiddo
    Jexreelin ja Megiddon
    .
  • Things got worse after that, when I met Miranda: as dark and austere as a
    Welsh
    Walesin
    mining
    kaivos-
    valley
    laakso
    and as much fun as Chapel on Sunday.
  • The conventional image of a
    rift
    halkeilevasta
    valley
    laaksosta
    is of a broad, flat-floored and symmetric trough flanked by steep escarpments.
  • Conservationists and landowners are working together to ensure the future of one of the region's best loved
    woodland
    metsämaiden
    valleys
    laaksoja
    .
  • That evening I visited a bookshop in neighbouring Rennes-le- Chateau, some three miles further along the
    valley
    laakson
    of the Sals
    Salsin
    .
  • There they turned west, into the grounds of Panshanger, which stretched up the
    Maran
    Maranin
    valley
    laaksoa
    for about three miles.
  • Two landlords/ commission agents control virtually the whole produce of the
    Jordan
    Jordanin
    valley
    laakson
    .
  • To the north narrow
    valleys
    laaksot
    rise steeply through the craggy passes to peaks and mountain lakes.
  • And the route passes through
    wooded
    metsäisten
    river
    joki-
    valleys
    laaksojen
    and along green lanes.
  • Almost every
    river
    joki-
    and
    stream
    virta-
    valley
    laakso
    demonstrates the ability of early medieval people to move rivers, divert streams (Fig. 48), and construct elaborate embankments for mills and ponds.
  • Leaving the safety of Valencia, he marched swiftly to a
    wooded
    metsäiseen
    valley
    laaksoon
    near Tevar
    lähellä Tevaria
    and fortified the three entrances with stout barriers.
  • The Welsh sample is from a
    partly wooded
    osittain puisesta
    valley
    laaksosta
    , the upper slopes of which are inhabited by short-eared owls.
  • The narrow
    wooded
    puiset
    valleys
    laaksot
    of the forest
    metsän
    -- the fictional home of author A. A. Milne's children's hero, Winnie the Pooh -- date back 5,000 years and support a variety of rare plants and animals.
  • Later it crosses the Shyok river, a major feeder of the Indus, and enters the wide
    valley
    laaksoon
    below the Siachen
    Siachenin alapuolella
    .
  • From the Humber Bridge at Barton on Humber, the Viking Way goes east to cross the Wolds and follows the
    Bain
    Bainin
    valley
    laaksoa
    to Horncastle.
  • Between Blackwell Mill and Monsal Head the route cuts through the central limestone plateau of the Peak District as it follows the deep
    valley
    laaksoa
    of the River Wye
    Wye-joen
    .
  • In keeping with the rest of the terrain, the land formed hills and
    valleys
    laaksoja
    , and as she gazed at a hillside Lucy thought that never before had she seen so many different shades of green.
  • The road ran along the
    valley
    laaksoa
    between them
    niiden välissä
    , where boulders had settled.
  • They rise and walk back down the
    valley
    laaksoa
    .
  • `I want to walk up the other
    valley
    laaksoa
    too, ``said Betty.

volcano.n

  • A 1500ft
    volcano
    tulivuori
    in the Timanfaya National Park
    Timanfayan kansallispuistossa
    .
  • I thought we had also faced our trial by Fire, when in 1983 we had ignored government safety warnings and climbed the newly erupting
    ``Child of Krakatoa
    ``Krakatoan lapselle
    volcano
    tulivuorelle
    in the Sunda Straits
    Sunda Straitsin
    .
  • And high above, at the end of the curve, the steep hillsides rose as high as the rim of the dormant
    volcano
    tulivuoren
    on High Island
    High Islandilla
    .
  • A plan to harness the hot springs of the
    Soufriere
    Soufrieren
    volcano
    tulivuoren
    on St Lucia
    St Lucian saarella
    , in the Caribbean, to generate geothermal energy has been abandoned because of unexpected technical problems and lack of funds.
  • While visiting the local
    volcano
    tulivuorella
    , Serena is profoundly upset by the sight of hardened lava fields around a bubbling centre, and this causes her to have a nervous breakdown.
  • The island and the
    volcano
    tulivuori
    were renowned for their beauty.
  • Ironically enough, only the day before the St Pierre tragedy, a series of nuees were erupted from the
    volcano
    tulivuorelta
    Soufriere
    Soufrieren
    on St Vincent
    St Vincentin saarella
    , 144 kilometres south of Martinique.
  • For instance, in one eruption of the
    Andean
    Andien
    volcano
    tulivuoren
    Cotopaxi
    Cotopaxi-
    a 200 t volcanic bomb was hurled a distance of 14 km.
  • Most of the water vapour emerging from Venus
    s early
    aikaisista
    volcanoes
    tulivuorista
    would therefore remain in the planet s atmosphere, in the form of clouds.
  • FILM cameraman Mike Benson, 42, who is `feeling pretty good ``after two days trapped in a
    Hawaiian
    Havaijin
    volcano
    tulivuoreen
    , was told yesterday that his rescue is to be made into a film.
  • Film crew crashes into live
    volcano
    tulivuoreen
  • There is even one report of a couple of Russian geologists hopping on to the bouldery surface of an aa flow on the slopes of the
    Klyuchevskaya
    Klyuchevskajan
    volcano
    tulivuoren
    in Kamchatka
    Kamtshatkassa
    while it was still moving.
  • Minor silica veinlets within faulted trachyte flows on the lower flanks of
    Paka
    Pakan
    volcano
    tulivuoren
    have U-series ages of 644kyr and 815kyr.
  • His last expedition was to the
    volcanoes
    tulivuorille
    of Indonesia and the Philippines
    Indonesian ja Filippiinien
    .
  • The next day they are all killed when the
    volcano
    tulivuori
    erupts unexpectedly.

waterfall.n

  • It really is the heart of the North York Moors, and just the place to explore walks and
    waterfalls
    vesiputouksia
    .
  • The waves smashed spectacularly into the rocky coastline, creating instant
    waterfalls
    vesiputouksia
    of white spume
    valkoisesta vaahdosta
    draining from the rocks before becoming drowned and engulfed by further successive waves.
  • The tank has a 2″ layer of foam in the bottom and a bottom outlet feeds a triple
    waterfall
    vesiputousta
    .
  • Nearby, you can visit the
    waterfall
    vesiputouksella
    at Sillans
    Sillansissa
    where brave bathers plunge into the rocky pools or the caves at Villecroze once inhabited by monks.
  • Degradation of the
    waterfalls
    vesiputouksien
    in the Vale of Neath area of the Brecon Beacons
    Brecon Beaconsin Vale of Neath -alueella
    has reached such a critical level that urgent and radical action is required, according to a new national park study.
  • She turned, then seemed to disappear behind the
    waterfall
    vesiputouksen
    .

watershed.n

  • Keeping along the
    watershed
    vedenjakajalla
    between the Warwickshire Avon and the Cherwell
    Warwickshire Avonin ja Cherwellin välisellä
    , it runs past Oatley Hill Farm to Wigginton Heath.
  • Road No 10 from Schupfheim leads to another attractive village, Escholzmatt, still in canton Luzern although hereabout
    is the
    on
    watershed
    vedenjakaja
    between the Englebuch valley and the Emmental proper
    Englebuchin laakson ja Emmentalin välissä
    .
  • Could Egypt, he asks, allow nations sharing the
    watershed
    vedenjakajan
    of the Nile
    Niilin
    to disrupt the river's flow, the lifeblood of its economy?
  • The range is geographically important since it forms part of the main
    watershed
    vedenjakajasta
    of northern England
    Pohjois-Englannin
    .
  • The
    watershed
    vedenjakaja
    of the Caribbean
    Karibianmeren
    extends across a huge area from the industrial cities of the northern US, which discharge waste into the Mississippi, to the Colombian Andes.
  • A Tertiary characinid fish was recovered from a previously unknown sequence near the
    watershed
    vedenjakajaa
    of the Cordillera Real
    Cordillera Realin
    .
  • Cars may be parked on Birkdale Summit which is crossed by both the county boundary and the
    watershed
    vedenjakaja
    .
  • The area was highly unsuitable as it was considered a
    watershed
    vedenjakajana
    for the Lee Valley
    Lee Valleyn
    .
  • The Foxton summit level is an artificial cut at a height of over 413 feet above sea level, and crosses in its 20 mile length the
    watersheds
    vedenjakajien
    of 4 rivers
    neljän joen
    .
  • This area is one of the
    most important
    tärkeimmistä
    watersheds
    vedenjakajista
    in England
    Englannin
    .
  • At the head of the valley bear north-east onto a path across a
    shallow
    matalan
    watershed
    vedenjakajan
    into Mosedale (2 miles).
  • We camped about five kilometres north of Låddejåkkåstugan on the open moors by a stream that thundered towards the distant
    watershed
    vedenjakajaa
    from Virihaure
    Virihauresta
    .
  • Mountain ranges make sensible national frontiers and despite one or two kinks along the way, the
    Pyrenean
    Pyreneitten
    watershed
    vedenjakaja
    divides France neatly and conclusively from Spain.
  • Here in California, this sow is doing her part for erosion in the
    West Coast
    länsirannikon
    watershed
    vedenjakajassa
    .
  • An estimated $US600 m. annual damage occurs in India due to flooding and siltation, much of which is caused in
    Himalayan
    Himalajan
    watersheds
    vedenjakajissa
    in Nepal
    Nepalissa
    (Gribbin 1982, Thompson and Warburton 1982).
  • This is a public long distance footpath which mainly follows the
    watershed
    vedenjakajaa
    , or divide, between the rivers.
  • East of Banbury, where it has attracted the name of Banbury Lane for some twenty miles, it follows a winding course along the
    watershed
    vedenjakajan
    between the Cherwell and the Great Ouse
    Cherwellin ja Great Ousen välillä
    .
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