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After going over this tableland for about twelve miles, we again came down to the river, through a steep and sandy ravine.

One set of tracks leads to the west, toward the Pacific coast, the other set to the north, toward the Bolivian tableland.

However, the whole of the surface of the tableland cannot be used permanently, or during the entire summer.

The Salta line was continued in 1908 to the Bolivian tableland.

Hu Dra had disappeared from the tableland as suddenly but not as' tracklessly as a phantom.

Tropic DaysE. J. Banfield

The country is a tableland crossed by mountains and lies chiefly in the basin of the Danube.

The Nuttall EncyclopaediaEdited by Rev. James Wood

The rutty road was leading up toward the tableland on which stood the now nearly deserted old mining-town of Gleeson.

The highest point of the tableland of the Ginevrie Alp was our pass; from it the path dipped suddenly into a waterless dell.

Italian AlpsDouglas William Freshfield

He had no doubt that the rivers on the north side of Barkly's Tableland were supplied by springs.

Maize is very prolific throughout the littoral and on the tableland.

Our First Half-CenturyGovernment of Queensland

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