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The character , as Westphal shows, is for , or delta with part of one side left out.
Agassiz represents the Fraser delta and Kamloops the southern interior district.
It ran into the lake about a quarter of a mile from our tent, forming a good-sized delta at its mouth.
THREE IN NORWAYJAMES ARTHUR LEES
It was in the fifth year of his reign that the Delta was attacked by a formidable combination of foes.
This part is called the Delta from its likeness to the Greek letter of that name, which is of a triangular form.
He guides me across the twenty shallow and treacherously swampy delta arms of the Kyam-chu.
Delta and Tau, from the compression of the tongue, imitate stoppage of motion, or stationary condition.
The delta at the mouth of the Mississippi was calculated by Lyell to have been 100,000 years in forming.
THE OTHER SIDE OF EVOLUTIONALEXANDER PATTERSON
The River St. Clair has several mouths, which branch off above through a broad delta, creating large islands.
This lake is bounded, on its western borders, by the delta of the Mississippi; its outlet is about two miles in length.

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