transmontane


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Synonyms for transmontane

on or coming from the other side of the mountains (from the speaker)

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For you know well that those who are near the Antarctic are directly feet against feet from those who dwell under the Transmontane, as we as well and those that dwell under us are feet against feet.
Holladay's title story sets up this tension against the background of Alexander Spotswood's Transmontane Expedition in 1716.
Indeed, Watson incorrectly asserts that "Virginia was the only state where urban and transmontane interests were strong enough .
This place was an important way station and a source of supply of horses necessary for the transmontane portion of the journey.
Results, and their biological significance, of a fall herpetological survey of the transmontane sand dunes of northern Chihuahua, Mexico.