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measuring little from bottom to top or surface

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lacking in intellectual depth or thoroughness

a shallow part of a body of water

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a stretch of shallow water

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make shallow

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become shallow

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lacking physical depth

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not deep or strong

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lacking depth of intellect or knowledge

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Benham Bank is the shallowest part of the Philippine Rise.
He said any seismic action in the area would not have a significant effect on the structure, and it was being mooted for the narrowest and shallowest stretch of the channel.
They have left their beautiful home in Columbus, Ohio for a somewhat earlier visit to their lakeside home in a town called Lakeside, located on a peninsula, halfway between Toledo and Cleveland, at the edge of Lake Erie, the shallowest Great Lake in the US, we are told, "in a place where nothing bad ever happens.
1% in September, their shallowest level of deflation in the last four years, and down from a 0.
3% in August, the shallowest rate since November 2013 with the exception of June, according to the BRC-Nielsen Shop Price Index.
Constructed in haste and on the shallowest of foundations, these were places always on the edge of anyone's consideration, save for those who lived here.
Once completed in March 2018, Line 7 will be 31 kilometers long with 34 stations, he said, adding that the line's shallowest depth is 14 meters and at its deepest 56 meters [184 feet].
A long boot is preferred to keep your clothes clean, and a handy stick will help you determine the right shallowest muddy area.
The shallowest part, which is the Benham Bank, is less than 50 meters deep.
13 degrees Fahrenheit per decade, and temperatures in the shallowest waters - where marine life thrives - rose by 0.
There was poor old Jason's ex-from-hell Charlie, who can't accept they're over, and Ryan Ruckledge, the X Factor "horror of a human being" and Britain's shallowest man, who was dumped aptly wearing a bin bag.
Agip began drilling a second well in early May 2001 as the prospect was the shallowest and closest to the shore of three potential targets, to a depth of 4,061 metres and in 42 metres of water.
The Aruma is the shallowest oil reservoir in the Bahrain Field and contains very viscous oil never previously before exploited.
Current drilling is to targeting the best grade thicknesses in the project's shallowest locations.
But Hamilton, now 90, said Major did it for "the shallowest of political reasons" - to try to save Tory seats in Scotland in the 1997 general election.