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knoll

a small rounded hill

knoll

[‚nōl]
(geology)
A mound rising less than 3300 feet (1000 meters) from the sea floor. Also known as sea knoll.
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For fields with a knolly topography (windward slopes > 1.
Mum of four June Ferguson, now 60, was still coming to terms with The Mirror's revelation that brute Knollys Daley murdered 18-year-old Rita Sawyer 29 years ago.