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  • n  the southern part of Scotland that is not mountainous
  • n  low level country

  • The fertile lowlands of the north extend down to Grozny, south of which the plains give way to forested hills as far as the vast mountains and glaciers that mark the southern .
  • It accuses Goldberg of being the architect behind an ongoing regional conflict between Bolivia's western highlands and eastern lowlands, which has been boiling over into .
  • The constitution was heavily rejected in the eastern lowlands of Santa Cruz, Beni, Pando and Tarija where wealthy land and business owners dominate local politics.

  • Kofi Annan in Reuters Canada
    Propelled by growing scientific evidence, the debate on climate change has risen from technocratic lowlands to the heights of presidential summits,Annan told the annual meeting of conservation group WWF in Beijing.
  • Bob Dylan in New York Times
    In a torch song for his estranged wife, Sara, Bob Dylan recalled, "Staying up for days in the Chelsea Hotel/Writing 'Sad Eyed Lady of the Lowlands' for you."
  • Cormac McCarthy in Paste Magazine
    The office was on the seventeenth floor with a view over the skyline of Houston and the open lowlands to the ship channel and the bayou beyond,is how McCarthy describes Wells' arrival at his employer's office. "Colonies of silver tanks....

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