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Geography (of a river, valley, or land surface) in the final stage of the cycle of erosion, characterized by flat extensive flood plains and minimum relief
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I've just released an EP of some oldish and unheard tracks called 'Look to Me for Love' through Jisatsuken.
My inspiration came a few years ago while watching a TV documentary about V an oldish Geordie guy.
On the BBC's Sunday Politics show, she shone against the three grumpy oldish men from the other main parties.
He said: "I have a feeling I'm going to have to buy either an oldish cottage or a bungalow and revamp it to get exactly what I want.
Here at last we see Amis at rest: oldish, sentimental, content, the expected skewerings and obloquies still present but no longer essential to the proceedings.
This ban, introduced no doubt because oldish people complained that even older people complain too much about walking up country home staircases, has to be one of the most ironic rulings ever.
I have found out that one oldish lady who was in good health sold her private flat about 18 months ago and the council got her a bungalow straight away.
OLDISH celebrities, even of the minor genre, should leave the stage gracefully.
If you were on the run, you would probably choose an oldish model of a nondescript car.
At the 13th month green coffee yielded an insignificant oldish flavor during its last cupping test.
As an oldish bloke I found 17 Again engaging and compassionate, containing a sweet message about second chances and innocence.