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The land of which Manchac Point is composed was not built up behind the meander until the beginning of stage 13 (1300 CE), meaning it was not suitable for habitation until then.

If this base level is low, then the stream will rapidly cut through underlying strata and have a steep
end of, but not into, the park.

Net income for Emerson was a meager $289,000 on net revenues of $158.7 million in fiscal 1999 with a long-term debt of $20.8 million at the end of the fiscal year.

Neverthess, the meager archaeological finds from this period on the western hill have led even the proponents of a larger Jerusalem to admit that it was largely unpopulated and economically poor, leaving little in the archaeological record.

despite his meager output of a cumulative 5 points in 34 minutes of play time in seven games, ticket sales jumped by 77 percent.

However, because of meager documentation, it is possible that two or more people have been conflated in the historical record.

meager Group in the Canadian Mountain Encyclopedia.

A typical though meager diet consisted of bread, oil, crushed tomatoes, and peppers.

How many good writers will actually venture into the field when the encouragement they get is only meager at best? After the war, paraguay's mostly rural populace continued to subsist as it had done for centuries, eking out a meager existence in the hinterland under unimaginably difficult conditions.

working hand in hand with her family, wambugu saw early the damage caused by disease and pests which ravaged their meager crops.

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