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Koepka said he expected walking the hilly course at Augusta and being unable to bend down to read the greens as he usually does would be difficult.
The crash occurred early in the morning on a winding, hilly stretch of road in a residential neighborhood near Los Angeles that is known for car wrecks.
Everything is pretty much next to everything else in this surprisingly hilly town.
Officials argued that the state’s “one size fits all” approach to housing density doesn’t work for their city due to its hilly terrain and abundance of unusable land.
For starters, the Tour is normally broken down into 21 parts, or “stages,” each classified as flat, hilly, or mountain.
Chapman turned up a hilly road and they came out on a ridge overlooking the fenced-in track.
Malacca is, near the coast, merely hilly; but further in the interior the hills swell into a fine mountain range.
Here we came the next morning after a short time on winding and rather hilly byways.
The road from Calais, for the first twelve miles, is open and hilly.
It is pleasantly situated in a hilly district on the river Brit, from which it takes its name.

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