doline

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doline or dolina (dəˈliːnə)
 
n
a shallow usually funnel-shaped depression of the ground surface formed by solution in limestone regions
 
[C20: from Russian dolina, valley, plain; related to dale]
 
dolina or dolina
 
n
 
[C20: from Russian dolina, valley, plain; related to dale]

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