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While sailing to San Francisco on a foggy night in September 1923, the SS Cuba sank to the bottom of the ocean near San Miguel Island, a small landform lying just southwest of Santa Barbara, California.
Interestingly, the USGS definition of the landform makes no attempt to translate the French roche moutonnée—and perhaps for good reason.
Geologists couldn't account for the strange landforms of eastern Washington State.
The city itself is definitely described as architecture, but it’s supposed to look like a natural landform.
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Definition of landform for English Language Learners
geology : a natural feature (such as a mountain or valley) of the Earth's surface
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