Caucasus

Caucasus, an enormous mountain range, 750 m. in length, extending from the Black Sea ESE. to the Caspian, in two parallel chains, with tablelands between, bounded on the S. by the valley of the Kur, which separates it from the tableland of Armenia; snow-line higher than that of the Alps; has fewer and smaller glaciers; has no active volcanoes, though abundant evidence of volcanic action.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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Cattle Plague
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Cauca
Caucasia
Caucasian race
Caucasus
Cauchon
Cauchy, Augustin Louis
Caucus
Caudine Forks
Caudle, Mrs.
Caul
Caulaincourt, Armand de
Caus, Salomon de
Causality
Cauterets

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