Mendip Hills

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mendip Hill or ridge that has been buried by younger rocks and subsequently exposed by erosion. The type example is provided by the Mendip Hills, England, described by W. M. Davis in 1912, but today the term is used only very rarely.

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mendip A hill or ridge that has been buried by younger rocks and subsequently exposed by erosion. The type example is provided by the Mendip Hills, England, described by W. M. Davis in 1912, but today the term is used only very rarely.

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