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inland in Geography topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishinlandin‧land1 /ˈɪnlənd/ adjective [only before noun]  SGDNan inland area, city etc is not near the coast the largest area of inland water in the southeast
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inlandThis gets us to Santa Catarina, a small inland hamlet.This brought in new allies, particularly from inland Karia, and new revenue.Shores of inland lakes, lagoons, rivers and streams, in steppes, deserts and mountains.All are of single birds - 10 seen at the coast and eight in inland localities.Many species live, and presumably lived in the past, in inland or upland sites where little sediment accumulates.The boom has created opportunities, and money has trickled down from the coastal boom towns to poorer inland regions.Life-size dinosaur models tower above the Prehistoric Park where authentic geological formations include mountain uplift, volcano, swampland and inland sea.