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non-coastal

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Definition of non-coastal in English:

adjective

(Of an area) not near or having a coast: non-coastal parts of California
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  • Noncoastal areas are primarily affected by heavy rains that cause flooding and by strong winds that damage plant communities (Craighead and Gilbert, 1962; Alexander, 1967; Loope and others, 1994).
  • British holidaymakers will still be able to take trips to non-coastal parts of Sri Lanka and Thailand.
  • Lyon is unique in the destinations selected for this feature in that it is the only non-coastal region we are examining.

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