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Synonyms for hill

Synonyms for hill

a natural land elevation

to put into a disordered pile

Synonyms for hill

a local and well-defined elevation of the land

structure consisting of an artificial heap or bank usually of earth or stones

United States railroad tycoon (1838-1916)

risque English comedian (1925-1992)

(baseball) the slight elevation on which the pitcher stands

form into a hill

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Susan Hilles Bush writes that after his death a list of valuable books in his Cambridge library was drawn up "in haste.
An Israeli civil rights group had appealed to the country's high court, arguing it would be inhumane to force members of the Hilles clan to return to Gaza.
If all of the Pedia-Pak's supplies were purchased separately, Hilles says, the bill would come to nearly $150.
Prospero, summoning his powers--"Ye elves of hills, brooks, standing lakes and groves"--ventriloquizes Medea in her long incantation in Metamorphoses Book VII: "Ye Ayres and windes: ye Elves of Hilles, of Brookes, of Woods alone,/ Of standing Lakes .
They included Mohammed Hilles, 18, the son of Ahmed Hilles, the leader of Yasser Arafat's Fatah faction in Gaza.
In Gaza City, Mohammed Hilles, 18, the son of Ahmed Hilles, the top leader of Yasser Arafat's Fatah faction in Gaza, was killed.
Researchers found that patients with COPD were significantly less satisfied with life, less socially active, and more disabled than persons with coronary artery disease, and that they also reported a lower mental health status than persons with peripheral vascular disease (Brown, Rawlinson, & Hilles, 1981; Foxall, Ekberg, & Griffith, 1987).
Hilles and Harold Bloom (New York: Oxford University Press, 1965), pp.
Burnout has a negative effect on the individual's performance in the workplace, and it has been related to absenteeism, job turnover, low productivity, overall effectiveness, decreased job satisfaction, and reduced commitment to the job (Golembiewski, Hilles, & Daly, 1987, p.
Kent Hieatt on Spensers Epithalamion; Pequigney on Shakespeares Sonnets; Vieth on Dryden; Hilles on Richardsons Clarissa; Maresca on Fieldings Tom Jones; Davis on Pound; Orloff on Faulkner.
Gift of Susan Morse Hilles in memory of Paul Hellmuth.
In another study, the Ladder Scale had significant correlations with objective life circumstances (Atkinson, 1982; Brown, Rawlinson, & Hilles, 1981).
John Harris, IV Jan & Barbara Harvey Arthur Haseltine Robert Hasenick Michael Hathaway Daniel Hauenstein William Hebert Glenn Heeler Richard and Carissa Henkels Renee Hertz Stanley & Marion Herzstein Linda Hewitt Susan Hexter Stephen Hilles Dr.
Much more serious is their treatment of the famous phrase 'the blind Mole castes | Copt hilles towards heauen' (A4; I.