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Vocab for Finaldefinition
annex to formally incorporate into a country or state the territory of another
glen a narrow valley
cay a small, low island or coal reef
fjords a narrow valley or inlet from the sea, originally carved out by an advancing glacier and filled by melting glacier ice
escarpments a steep cliff that seperates two level areas of differeing elecvations
firth coasts that are etched deeply by the sea with inlets
ore a rocky material containing a valuable mineral
moors broad, treeless, rolling land, often poorly drained and having patches of marsh and peat bog
peat spongy material caontaing water-logged and decaying mosses and plants, sometimes dried and used as fuel
estuary a flooded river valley at the wide mouth of a river
bogs an area of wet, spongy ground
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