Haghier sentence example

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  • The centre culminates in a series of rugged pinnacles - the Haghier mountains, which rise to nearly 5000 ft.
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  • The fundamental rocks of the island are gneisses, through which cut the feldspathic granites which form the Haghier massif.
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  • "In the Haghier hills," to quote Professor Bonney, "we have probably a fragment of a continental area of great antiquity, and of a land surface which may have been an ` ark of refuge ' to a terrestrial fauna and flora from one of the very earliest periods of this world's history."
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  • Hadibu, or Tamarida (pop. about 400) the capital, is picturesquely situated on the north coast at the head of the open bay of Tamarida on a semicircular plain enclosed by spurs of the Haghier mountains.
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