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  1. Farther west, a door of Ptolemy IV marks the entrance to a small temple of Thoth, now in ruins. (Web site)
  2. Farther west, the Mullet is a talon-shaped peninsula thrust into the Atlantic.
  3. Farther west, the political center was Halab (Aleppo); in that area, as well as in Palestine, the newcomers were thoroughly mixed with the Hurrians. (Web site)
  4. Farther west are the rocky Great Basin and deserts such as the Mojave. (Web site)
  5. Still farther west is the Rocky Mountain Trench, the western boundary of the Canadian Rockies region in British Columbia. (Web site)


  1. Right next door is Moorea, featuring jagged volcanic peaks rising up from lush jungles, while fabled Bora Bora lies farther west.

North Sea

  1. It flows farther west, to rejoin the Noord River into the Nieuwe Maas and to the North Sea. (Web site)


  1. Discontent, once suggested, flew rapidly from west to farther west; and the soldiery of Britain and Gaul were soon roused to revolt.


  1. North and South America will have moved farther west (California moving north) while Greenland will be located farther west but also farther north.

Farther West

  1. Farther west the valleys of the Uba, the Ulba and the Bukhtarma open south-westwards towards the Irtysh. (Web site)


  1. Farther North
  2. Matter > Liquids > Water > Valleys
  3. Liquids > Water > Seas > North Sea
  4. Matter > Liquids > Water > West
  5. Door
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