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One of the woods of this forest, advancing far into the inundated valley, formed a sort of promontory above the sheet of water.
"That sandy promontory on the extremity of which stands Fortress Monroe," he answered.
The promontory Trogilium itself may be considered as a foot of the mountain Mycale.
On the coast of the continent opposite to the Myndian territory is Astypalæa a promontory, and Zephyrium.
Above Soli in the interior is Limenia a city, then follows the promontory of Crommyon.
The name of the promontory is Olympus, and upon it is a temple of Venus Acræa, not to be approached nor seen by women.
As you know, this headland that we're on is called the Trwyn, and 'trwyn' simply means a nose or a promontory.
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Leaving the promontory of the Bû de la Rue behind, the Cashmere glided on upon the waters.
It appears to have been broken from a high promontory of gray sandstone overhanging the river on the north side.
It is a high, bold promontory of the south main of Labrador.
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