|a narrow passage, contract or be contracted, high in protein, just enough for success, limited in size, make narrow, restrict; contract, lessen in width, taper, make or become narrow, narrow place (valley, mountain pass, etc.); narrow passage, narrow-m...||narrow|
|angle between roof slopes, low area of land located between hills or mountains, low-lying area, low-lying land around a river, valley -shaped hollow||valley|
|Anjou pear, firm variety of pear, former province in western France in the lower Loire valley. Once ruled by the English kings, it was claimed for France in 1481.||Anjou|
|basin contents, bowl; valley, bowl-shaped depression, circular formation of sloping rock strata, depression in land filled with water, dock near sea, land draining into river or lake, open container for washing||basin|
|bridge over a valley, long bridge built over columned arches which carries a road or a railroad across a valley or a river||viaduct|
|cañon, channel, gully, deep valley||canyon|
|cavity, concave, empty, having nothing inside; bowl shaped, concave; worthless, meaningless, excavate, dig out, make hollow, hole, cavity; sunken area; small valley, hollowly, hungry, insincere, make a cavity in something, make or become hollowed, not ...||hollow|
|cerebrovascular accident, cerebrovascular accident(Medicine) any of several problems related to the brain and its blood vessels (such as stroke, hemorrhage, etc.), Columbia Valley Authority||CVA|
|channel made for water, cut out channels, narrow mountain passage, small valley, trench, ditch; small ravine||gully|
|cliff at end of valley||head wall|
|deep narrow valley, steep narrow valley carved by running water, gorge||ravine|
|deep valley in the mountainside, ravine (from French), mountain gully||couloir|
|desert area of southeastern California west of the Colorado River. It includes the Salton Sea and the Imperial Valley.||Colorado Desert|
|dig a deep ditch, fortify with trenches, entrench, dig a trench in something, ditch with steep sides, canal, fortify something with trenches, protection against enemy fire, put something in a trench, valley on the ocean floor||trench|
|disease which affects man and some animals and is caused by the spores of a certain fungus, respiratory disease, valley fever||coccidioidomycosis|
|dry river valley, streambed that is dry most of the year (except in the event of heavy rains)||wadi|
|dry white wine, type of white grape grown in France; type of dry white wine from the Loire Valley in France||Muscadet|
|estuary, mouth of a river, mouthpiece, position of lips and tongue, river mouth, valley mouth||embouchure|
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