Definition of Dolines
1. doline [n] - See also: doline
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dolines
Literary usage of Dolines
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Geographical Journal by Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain). (1902)
"Transition form?, however, occur both to dolines and to polyes. ... When the walls between adjacent dolines are eaten away, an uvala is formed, ..."
2. Earth Features and Their Meaning: An Introduction to Geology for the Student by William Herbert Hobbs (1912)
"Where they have been opened in artificial cuttings along railroads or in mines, the original rock Flo. 196. — Map of the dolines of the Karst region near ..."
3. Central Europe by Josef Franz Maria Partsch (1903)
"But more peculiar to the Karst than these stretches of " Karren," which we have already met on the Alps, are the eroded formations of the " dolines," ..."
4. Landscape Archaeology in Southern Epirus, Greece 1 by James Wiseman (2003)
"Characteristic for karst landscapes are thus a lack of rivers, and numerous sinkholes or dolines (Fig. 3.6), round, steep-walled pits, usually flat-floored ..."
5. Lectures on the English Language by George Perkins Marsh (1860)
"... generally future, the Saxon absolutely no method of expressing the future by any i or combination of verbs, so that the context alone dolines the time. ..."