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Mamlūk calligraphy use 3 : 664b Tumba , Lake , part of the Congo River Basin ,
northwestern Zaire , 75 mi ( 120 km ) northwest of Lac Mai - Ndombe ( formerly
Lac Léopold II ) . It covers 190 sq mi ( 500 sq km ) and is 6-20 ft ( 2–6 m ) deep .
The northeastern end white oak , common name for a group or 657 White River
of the mountains is marked by the Am subgenus ( Leucobalanus ) of North
American monoosuc and Androscoggin river valleys . ornamental and timber
Yellow River ( China ) : see Huang Ho . yellows ( plant disease ) : see Fusarium
wilt . yellow scales , also called SHORE LICHEN ( Xanthoria parietina ) , a lichen
with lobed margins and a wrinkled centre ; usually found where the air is filled ...
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