a shallow salt lake in NW Utah. 2300 sq. mi. (5950 sq. km); 80 miles (130 km) long; maximum depth 60 feet (18 meters).
a shallow salt lake in NW Utah, in the Great Basin at an altitude of 1260 m (4200 ft): the area has fluctuated from less than 2500 sq km (1000 sq miles) to over 5000 sq km (2000 sq miles)
Shallow body of salt water in northwestern Utah.
Note: Largest body of salt water in North America.
Note: Salt Lake City is near the Great Salt Lake.
noun 1. an arid region in NW Utah, extending W from the Great Salt Lake to the Nevada border. 110 miles (177 km) long; about 4000 sq. mi. (10,360 sq. km).
noun 1. (def 1). [san-hed-rin, -hee-drin, sahn-, san-i-drin] /sænˈhɛd rɪn, -ˈhi drɪn, sɑn-, ˈsæn ɪ drɪn/ noun, Jewish History. 1. Also called Great Sanhedrin. the highest council of the ancient Jews, consisting of 71 members, and exercising authority from about the 2nd century b.c. 2. Also called Lesser Sanhedrin. a lower tribunal of this period, […]
noun 1. a desert in NW Australia. About 300 miles (485 km) long; 500 miles (800 km) wide; about 160,000 sq. mi. (414,400 sq. km). 2. . noun 1. a desert in NW Australia. Area: about 415 000 sq km (160 000 sq miles) 2. an English name for the Rub` al Khali
- Great saphenous vein
great saphenous vein n. A vein formed by the union of the dorsal vein of the big toe and the dorsal venous arch of the foot and empties into the femoral vein in the upper part of the femoral triangle.