The name Wharram-le-Street reminds us forcibly of the existence in remote times of some great way over this tableland.
Between these two rivers lies a tableland, which I was anxious to visit.
In the east the tableland falls away to the basins of the Congo and Zambezi, to the south it merges into a barren sandy desert.
Persia is mostly a tableland, from which rise many high mountains.
This tableland slopes down gently in the direction of Ville-sur-Tourbe.
Maize is very prolific throughout the littoral and on the tableland.
Pretty cluster of houses on the tableland above the red-and rolling stretches of grass and groups of trees, like England.
This tableland, and particularly the ravine of the Miosson, nourishes a number of woods.
On the southern side lie the Heights of Champagne, practically a tableland.
When the deer broke from the fern at the edge of the tableland Jimmy did not shoot.