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Synonyms for southwestward

the compass point midway between south and west

toward the southwest

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in a southwestward direction

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In addition, Castillian has completed a prospecting and mapping program along approximately 8km strike length of the mineralized structure extending from about 1 km northeast of the open pit southwestwards through historical showings in the Chetwynd and Chetwynd South areas.
A well marked low pressure area was present over northwest Bay of Bengal off West Bengal--Orissa coast on 24th and 25th July 2005,which moved over to northern parts of Orissa and adjoining Jharkhand and Chattisgarh on 26th July with the associated cyclonic circulation extending up to 9.5 km above sea level and tilting southwestwards with height.
southwestwards in the border Kuwaiti-Saudi-Iraqi triangle, with a length of
On a high-inclination orbit relative to our Galaxy's spiral arms, it is just passing through our neighbourhood, heading southwestwards by an apparent 2.3 arcseconds per year; in 500,000 years it will have retreated too far to be visible to the naked eye!
1) where carbonate and fine siliclastic-calcareous sediments accumulated with conformable bedding, dipping southwestwards. The part of this basin in the Baltic area is referred to as the Baltic Palaeobasin (Nestor & Einasto 1997).
James Cook "sailed northwards along the Alaska Peninsula"--his course, of necessity, was southwestwards! In the entry on Anthony Fiala (p.
The relatively rapid advance both northwards up the Rhone valley to Lyons and southwestwards along the coasts towards Spain--in chilly months with relatively little shipping activity--is striking.
"There might well be a situation where the Northern Alliance seek to push westwards or southwestwards. They might well run into seriously heavy resistance at that point, " he said.
From the square at Alvechurch (Map 139/028726) walk a short distance southwestwards up Bear Hill.
Instead of sailing down the African coast as Dias had done, he steered southwestwards in a wide circular sweep through the Atlantic.
It is likely that during Raikkula time the zone of dolomitization gradually migrated southwestwards in accordance with progressive shallowing and progradation of the carbonate shelf, especially in the second half of the time.