Lat., and also occurs in the Bermudas.
Lat., is a noble tree, attaining a height of loo to 150 ft., with a straight trunk and white wood.
Lat., which was a compromise though it gave the greater part of the territory to Argentina.
Lat., and follows the water-parting southward to the highest peak of the Tres Cruces mountains in 27° o' 45" S.
Lat., 68° 49' 5" W.
Lat., 7 1° 40' 36" W.
Lindsay's expedition, which was fitted out by Sir Thomas Elder, the generous patron of Australian exploration, entered Western Australia about the 26th parallel south lat., on the line of route taken by Forrest in 1874.
Lat., 12° 49' W.
Lat., and closely follows that parallel to 40° W.
Lat., the isothermal of 60° F.
Lat., and of minimum temperature north and northeast of this maximum.
Lat., and another of almost equal salinity extending eastwards from the coast of South America in 10 to 20° S.
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Lat., and flowing almost due north to the Gulf of Uraba, or Darien, where it forms a large delta.
Domaine, which approaches more nearly the original Lat., comes the other Eng.
Lat., with its S.E.
Lat., within the geographical area formerly known as Patagonia, bounded N.
Lat., the minimum temperature is almost as low as zero of Fahrenheit.
Lat., often forming a large part of the dense forests, mostly in the swampy districts.
Lat., having the departments of Piura and Lambayeque on the W.
Lat.), a port where a few foreign merchants reside for the sake of the sugar trade.
Ac paioipwv vi)oot: Lat., Fortunatae Insulae), in Greek mythology a group of islands near the edge of the Western Ocean, peopled not by the dead, but by mortals upon whom the gods had conferred immortality.
Lat., and from east to west its width is about 354 m., lying between long.
Lat., between Kongbu and PemaKoi.
Lat.), and the United States secured the freedom of navigation of the Mississippi to its mouth with the right of deposit at New Orleans for three years, after which the United States was to have the same right either at New Orleans or at some other place on the Mississippi to be designated by Spain.
Lat.) the north pole of the needle points vertically downwards, the dip being 90 0.
Lat.) where the needle again stands vertically, but with its north end directed upwards.
Lat.), and 2691 m.
Lat.), the boundary line between Brazil and Uruguay passes up that rivulet and across to the most southerly tributary of Lake Mirim, thence down the western shore of that lake to the Jaguarao and up that river to its most southerly source.
Lat., 69° 20' W.
Lat., 52° 10' W.
Lat.) on Good Friday.
Lat., called by the natives Guaibe, for his settlement.
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Lat., and under the name of the Sierra Nevada de Merida proceeds north-eastwards towards Trieste Gulf.
Lat., while its limits to the E.
Lat.; and Mas Latrie, Afrique septentrionale.
Lat., while in Asia one species is met with in Java.
Folio, and Ephraemi Syri opera omnia quae extant, Gr., Syr., et Lat., 6 vols.
The Lat Masjid, or Pillar Mosque, was built by Dilawar Khan in 1405 out of the remains of Jain temples.
At the close of the century Dilawar Khan, the builder of the Lat Masjid, who had been appointed governor in 1399, practically established his independence, his son Hoshang Shah being the first Mahommedan king of Malwa.
Lat.; the western was the 30th meridian of E.
Lat., 76° 6' 47" E.
Lat., and from 86° 46' 08" to 117° 07' 31" W.
Lat., a distance of nearly 760 m.
Lat., beyond which birches occur only in special situations or as isolated trees.