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Turkestan, Turkistan - Harvard, Harvard University - antarctic - Icelander, Icelandic - time zone - inhabitant of Luxembourg, inhabitant of Luxemburg, Luxembourger, Luxemburger - Chios, Khios - Columbia, Columbia River - Guadeloupe - Kauai, Kauai Island - North Pole - Vanua Levu - oilfield - geographically - Celt, Kelt - exploration, geographic expedition - environment, environs, surround, surroundings - gully, ravine - dirt, earth, ground, land, soil - Hesperian, occidental, west, western - Lake Ontario, Ontario - Pontiac - cartography, mapmaking, map-making, mapping, surveying - Alamo - Bataan, Corregidor - Ardennes counteroffensive, Battle of the Ardennes Bulge, Battle of the Bulge - battle of the Bismarck Sea, Bismarck Sea - battle of the Coral Sea, Coral Sea - battle of Cunaxa, Cunaxa - battle of Cynoscephalae, Cynoscephalae - Battle of Midway, Midway - battle of Philippi, Philippi - battle of the Philippine Sea, Philippine Sea - Battle of Pydna, Pydna - battle of Trafalgar, Trafalgar - Tsushima - Boer War - southbound, southward - tidal - Benjamin Franklin Bridge - riparian - Pacific - Brooklyn Bridge - lacustrine - Epicurean - alluvial - Draconian, draconic - George Washington Bridge - Golden Gate Bridge - island - Princeton, Princeton University - Queensboro Bridge - Santa Fe Trail - Stanford, Stanford University - Tacoma Narrows Bridge - Verrazano-Narrows Bridge - Walt Whitman Bridge - Yale, Yale University - mean sea level, sea level, zero level - geographics, geography - physical geography, physiography - topography - economic geography - high tide, highwater, high water, tide - aegir, bore, eager, eagre, tidal bore - rip current, riptide - current, stream - torrent, violent stream - eddy, maelstrom, vortex, whirlpool - Holy Roman Empire - population - overcrowding, overpopulation - population - Antarctic Circle - polar circle - Arctic Circle - area, country - barren, waste, waste ground, wasteland - frontier - basin, catchment area, catchment basin, drainage area, drainage basin, river basin, trading area, watershed - basin, river basin - megalopolis - conurbation, sprawl, urban sprawl - geographical zone, zone - climatic zone - common land, commons - timberline, timber line, tree line - faubourg - eastern hemisphere, orient - East, Orient - Far East - Southeast, southeastern United States - Southwest, southwestern United States - Northeast, northeastern United States - Northwest, northwestern United States - hayfield, meadow - Frigid Zone, polar region, polar zone - epicenter, epicentre - dust bowl - biotope, habitat, home ground, natural habitat - den, lair - grassland, lea, mead, meadow, pasturage, pasture - northern hemisphere - meadow, prairie - antipodes - terra incognita, unknown, unknown region - port - point of entry, port of entry - port of call - country, rural area - country, countryside - savanna, savannah - southern hemisphere - South Pole - Temperate Zone - Torrid Zone, tropical zone, tropics - town - burg - ghost town - hamlet, village - pueblo - Tropic of Cancer - Tropic of Capricorn - conurbation, populated area, urban area - continental divide - New World, occident, western hemisphere - West, western United States - wild, wilderness - zone - continent - Phrygia - Illyria - Cayman Islands - Bengal - Bermuda, Bermudas - Montserrat - Southeast Asia, South-East Asia - Falkland Islands - China, Formosa, Nationalist China, Republic of China, Taiwan - Indochina, Indo-China, Indochinese peninsula - French Indochina - Comoro Islands, Comoros, Iles Comores - Antilles - Greater Antilles - Caribees, Lesser Antilles - Netherlands Antilles - Aruba - Bonaire - Saba - Saint Eustatius, St. Eustatius - Leeward Islands - Saint Maarten, Saint Martin, St. Maarten, St. Martin - Windward Islands, Windward Isles - Haiti, Hayti, Hispaniola - Virgin Islands - northern Europe - Viti Levu - Crete, Kriti - Middle East, Mideast, Near East - Canaan, Holy Land, Palestine, Promised Land - Roman Empire - Byzantine Empire, Byzantium, Eastern Roman Empire - Dalmatia - Greenland, Gronland, Kalaallit Nunaat - Aleutian Islands, Aleutians - Oceania, Oceanica - Australasia - Melanesia - Federated States of Micronesia, Micronesia, TT - Ladrone Islands, Mariana Islands, Marianas - GU, Guam - Wake, Wake Island - Caroline Islands - Gilbert and Ellice Islands - Polynesia - East India, East Indies, Malay Archipelago - Sunda Islands - Lesser Sunda Islands, Nusa Tenggara - Bismarck Archipelago - Borneo, Kalimantan - New Caledonia - New Guinea - British Empire - British Isles - Emerald Isle, Hibernia, Ireland - Blackpool - Stratford-on-Avon, Stratford-upon-Avon - Isle of Man, Man - Ulster - Tara - Ayr - Sakkara, Saqqara, Saqqarah - Macedon, Macedonia, Makedonija - Thrace - Mesopotamia - Babylonia, Chaldaea, Chaldea - Sumer - Assyria - Phenicia, Phoenicia - Carthage - Japan, Japanese Archipelago, Japanese Islands - Shikoku - Cote d'Azur, French Riviera - Basse-Normandie, Lower-Normandy - Ardennes - Haute-Normandie, Upper-Normandy - Martinique - Mayenne - Lyonnais - Lapland, Lappland - Parthia - Luzon - Mindoro - French Oceania, French Polynesia - Tahiti - Society Islands - Austral Islands, Tubuai Islands - Gambier Islands - Iles Marquises, Marquesas Islands - Samoa, Samoan Islands - Transvaal - Esthonia, Estonia, Republic of Estonia - Livonia - Latvia, Republic of Latvia - Lietuva, Lithuania, Republic of Lithuania - Colchis - Kamchatka Peninsula - Taimyr Peninsula, Taymyr Peninsula - Latin America, South America - Calpe, Gibraltar, Rock of Gibraltar - Ionia - Colony - New England - Confederacy, Confederate States, Confederate States of America, Dixie, Dixieland, South - Deep South - Valdez - Hawaiian Islands, Sandwich Islands - Kahoolawe, Kahoolawe Island - Lanai, Lanai Island - Maui, Maui Island - Molokai, Molokai Island - Oahu, Oahu Island - Pearl Harbor - Massachusetts, Massachusetts Bay Colony - Cape Cod - Martha's Vineyard - Plymouth - New Jersey - Coney Island - Ellis Island - Harlem - Bowery - Broadway, Great White Way - Times Square - Greenwich Village, Village - East River - Harlem River - Long Island - Cape Hatteras - Pennsylvania - Schlesien, Silesia, Slask, Slezsko - Big Sur - Silicon Valley - Libyan Desert - Mohave, Mohave Desert, Mojave, Mojave Desert - Nubian Desert - Painted Desert - Sahara, Sahara Desert - Africa south of the Sahara, Black Africa, sub-Saharan Africa, Sub-Saharan Africa - Citlaltepetl, Mount Orizaba, Mt Orizaba, Pico de Orizaba - Colima, Nevado de Colima, Volcan de Colima - Mauna Kea - Mauna Loa - Mount Saint Helens, Mount St. Helens, Mt. St. Helens - Adriatic, Adriatic Sea - Aegean, Aegean Sea - Africa - Alabama, Alabama River - America - Antarctica, Antarctic continent - Antarctic Ocean, Southern Ocean - anthill, ant-hill, formicary - Appalachian Mountains, Appalachians - Arabian Sea - archipelago - Arctic Ocean - Arkansas, Arkansas River - acclivity, ascent, climb, raise, rise, upgrade - Atlantic, Atlantic Ocean - atoll, coral island - Baltic, Baltic Sea - base - Bay of Bengal - Bay of Biscay - Bay of Fundy - bayou, ox-bow lake - Beaufort Sea - ben - Bering Sea - Bering Strait - Biscayne Bay - Black Forest, Schwarzwald - Black Sea, Euxine Sea - body of water, water - Bosphorus, Bosporus - brae - Brazos, Brazos River - arroyo, beck, bourn, brook, creek, rill, stream - canon, canyon - cape, ness - Caribbean, Caribbean Sea - Cascade Mountains, Cascade Range, Cascades - channel - Charles, Charles River - Chesapeake Bay - Cimarron, Cimarron River - continent, main, mainland - coral reef - dale, dell, glen, vale, valley - Darling, Darling River - Delaware, Delaware River - dell, dingle - declension, declination, decline, declivity, descent, downslope, fall - arm of a river, branch of a river, distributary - drumlin - dune, sand dune - East China Sea - Elbe, Elbe River - English Channel - estuary - Eurasia - Everglades - fiord, fjord - foothills - forest, timber, timberland, woodland - Gila, Gila River - Grand Canyon - Great Lakes - Great Plains, Great Plains of North America - Great Salt Lake - Green, Green River - Greenland Sea - greenwood - Gulf of Akaba, Gulf of Aqaba - Gulf of Bothnia - Gulf of California, Sea of Cortes - Gulf of Corinth, Gulf of Lepanto - Gulf of Guinea - Golfo de Mexico, Gulf of Mexico - Gulf of Oman - Gulf of Suez - guyot - high sea, international waters - hillside - Hudson, Hudson River - Indian Ocean - creek, inlet, recess - Ionian Sea - Irtish, Irtish River, Irtysh, Irtysh River - island, isle - eyot, isle, islet - Isthmus of Darien, Isthmus of Panama - Kansas, Kansas River, Kaw River - Karakoram, Karakoram Range, Karakorum Range, Mustagh, Mustagh Range - cay, Florida key, key - hammock, hillock, hummock, knoll, mound - Korean Strait, Korea Strait - Kura, Kura River - Labrador Peninsula, Labrador-Ungava Peninsula - lagoon, laguna, lagune - lake - Aral Sea, Lake Aral - Chad, Lake Chad - Erie, Lake Erie - Huron, Lake Huron - Lake Michigan, Michigan - Lake Superior, Superior - Lake Victoria, Victoria Nyanza - dry land, earth, ground, land, solid ground, terra firma - Laurasia - Lena, Lena River - Ligurian Sea - Long Island Sound - Baja California, Lower California - continent, mainland - mare nostrum - Marmara, Marmara Denizi, Marmora, Sea of Marmara, Sea of Marmora - fen, fenland, marsh, marshland, swamp - Mediterranean, Mediterranean Sea - mesa, table - Milk, Milk River - dirt, mire, morass, mud, ooze, quag, quagmire, slack - Mississippi, Mississippi River - Missouri, Missouri River - Mobile, Mobile River - molehill - Mount Elbert - Murray, Murray River - Nanga Parbat - Narragansett Bay - Niagara, Niagara River - North Sea - Norwegian Sea - Ob, Ob River - Ohio, Ohio River - Pacific, Pacific Ocean - Pangaea, Pangea - Pee Dee, Pee Dee River - peninsula - permafrost - Arabian Gulf, Persian Gulf - champaign, field, plain - Platte, Platte River - pond, pool - Potomac, Potomac River - foreland, head, headland, point, promontory - Puget Sound - rainforest, rain forest - Red, Red River - Rio Bravo, Rio Grande - riparian forest - river - riverbank, riverfront, riverside, waterfront, waterside - Rockies, Rocky Mountains - Sabine, Sabine River - Saint Lawrence, Saint Lawrence River, St. Lawrence, St. Lawrence River - Salmon, Salmon River - San Diego Bay - San Francisco Bay - San Joaquin Valley - Savannah, Savannah River - sea - seamount - Sea of Azof, Sea of Azoff, Sea of Azov - East Sea, Sea of Japan - Sea of Okhotsk - seven seas - Shenandoah Valley - Sherwood Forest - silva, sylva - Mount Sinai, Sinai - gradient, incline, side, slope - Snake, Snake River - snowdrift, snowdrifting - South China Sea - spit, tongue - steppe - Strait of Gibraltar - Strait of Hormuz, Strait of Ormuz - Strait of Magellan - Strait of Messina - Pas de Calais, Strait of Calais, Strait of Dover - subcontinent - Susquehanna, Susquehanna River - highland, mesa, plateau, shelf, tableland, upland - mountain lake, tarn - Tennessee, Tennessee River - River Thames, Thames, Thames River - Tevere, Tiber - tree farm - tundra - Tyrrhenian Sea - vale, valley - cascade, cut-outs, cuts, falls, film waste, film wastes, out cuts, outs, out takes, rejects, throwaways, waterfall - bog, fen, marsh, marshland, morass, quagmire, swamp, swampland, wetland - White, White River - Wisconsin, Wisconsin River - Huang Hai, Yellow Sea - Yellowstone, Yellowstone River - Yenisei, Yenisei River, Yenisey, Yenisey River - Yosemite, Yosemite Falls - Yukon, Yukon River - denizen, dweller, habitant, indweller, inhabitant, occupant, resident - Aztec - Creek - Injun, red man, Redskin - Sac, Sauk - Siouan, Sioux - Tarahumara - Abo, Aboriginal, Aborigine, Australian Aborigine, native Australian - Acadian - Cajun - sahib - Frank - Bermudan, Bermudian - Belorussian, Byelorussian, White Russian - French Canadian - Dane, Danish - Brit, Britisher, Briton - British, Englishman - Englishwoman - Angle - Jute - Langobard, Lombard - John Bull, limey - pom, pommy - Londoner - Finn - Frenchman, French person, Frenchwoman - Angevin, Angevine - Dorian - Lesbian - Arcadian - Dutchman, Dutchwoman, Hollander, Netherlander, Netherlands - Irani, Iranian, Persian - Irishman, Irishwoman - Mick, Mickey, Paddy - sabra - Roman - Latin, Roman - Kiwi, New Zealander - Pole - Viking - Scot, Scotchman, Scotsman, Scotswoman - Spaniard, Spanish - Swede, Swedish - Turk, Turkish - effendi - Anglo-American - Franco-American - Michigander, Wolverine - New Yorker - Puerto Rican - Boche, Hun, Jerry, Kraut, Krauthead - Berliner - Junker - Serb, Serbian - Croat, Croatian - burgess, burgher - Eskimo, Esquimau, Inuit - geographer - island-dweller, islander - sojourner - earthling, earthman, inhabitant of the earth, tellurian, terrestrial, worldling - towner, townsman - villager - Aristotle - Armin, Arminius, Hermann - Clovis, Clovis I - Matoaka, Pocahontas, Rebecca Rolfe - Sitting Bull - Tecumseh, Tecumtha - ocean current - Gulf stream - Japan current, Kuroshio, Kuroshio current - magnetic declination, magnetic variation, variation - dry season[Domaine]

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