Lake, a shallow salt lake in S South Australia. 3430 sq. mi. (8885 sq. km).
noun (English legal history)
any of the circuit courts held in each shire from 1176 until the late 13th century
justices in eyre, the justices travelling on circuit and presiding over such courts
Lake Eyre, a shallow salt lake or salt flat in NE central South Australia, about 11 m (35 ft) below sea level, divided into two areas (North and South); it usually contains little or no water. Maximum area: 9600 sq km (3700 sq miles)
Edward John. 1815–1901, British explorer and colonial administrator. He was governor of Jamaica (1864–66) until his authorization of 400 executions to suppress an uprising led to his recall
Sir Richard. born 1943, British theatre director: director of the Royal National Theatre (1988–97)
noun 1. a city in NE Illinois, N of Chicago, on Lake Michigan.
[leyk-fruhnt] /ˈleɪkˌfrʌnt/ noun 1. the land along the edge of a : Property along the lakefront is more expensive every year.
[juh-nee-vuh] /dʒəˈni və/ noun 1. a city in and the capital of the canton of Geneva, in SW Switzerland, on the Lake of Geneva: seat of the League of Nations 1920–46. 2. a canton in SW Switzerland. 109 sq. mi. (282 sq. km). 3. Lake of. Also called Lake Leman. a lake between SW Switzerland […]
[hav-uh-soo] /ˈhæv əˌsu/ noun 1. a city in W central Arizona.