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inland in Nature topic

inlandin‧land2 /ɪnˈlænd/ adverb  SGDNin a direction away from the coast and towards the centre of a country The mountains are five miles inland. We set off inland.
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inlandThe herring fleet was moored well inland, and the water was oil-tarnished.Chance of rain inland, fog on the islands.Richeaume is in the hills inland from Marseilles and is farmed organically.The lot is inland of Piers 48 and 50.From a dry stone wall inland, redstarts darted, like orange flames, tail feathers fanned and quivering.Farther inland, the tropical pulses create stronger weather fronts, deeper lows and sharp changes in temperature across the continent.Jenner marks the last escape inland to Highway 101.How far does the iron ore have to be taken inland to the nearest blast furnaces?