Synonyms for outh or Related words with outh

outl              outhb              outd              outt              outm              outi              outr              outc              voutb              outf              outa              outp              outn              voutn              voutp              saout              outb              mout              inb              vinn              vlo              srout              cpout              vbh              hvdd              xout              vinb              vhigh              outg              vouta              outx              vlx              outq              vgnd              vddvt              uout              hvout              soutb              vinp              vinm              vgn              outhn              voutm              vlow              vdh              gatep              stbn              topb              slpb              doutb             

Examples of "outh"
"7 miles S[outh] W[est] of Bury St Edmonds, 1224 ac[res], pop[ulation] 224".
USS "Langley" (AV-3) irreparably damaged by Japanese aircraft bombs s outh of Java, Netherlands East Indies, 27 February 1942, scuttled by destroyer Whipple (DD-217).
The year 1961 was also marked by Vulokh's first solo exhibition in Moscow at the Exhibition Room of Union of Artists. That year, Vulokh also joined the outh section of the Moscow Union of Artists.
When viewed from a platform such as a ship, it appears as being ‘a grassy mound, high, cliffy on its E(ast) side, and covered with granite boulders; it is steep-to on its E(ast) and S(outh) sides.’
Eastern Cove is the body of water whose mouth is located between Morrison Point in the west and Kangaroo Head in the east separated by a distance of about . The cove has a maximum depth of at its mouth. Its shoreline is described as (distances in nautical miles): The shore of Eastern Cove, between Kangaroo Head and American Beach, 2.5 miles S(outh), is rugged and rocky. Between the SW end of American Beach and Rocky Point, it consists of alternate beaches and low, rocky points. A sandy beach forms the S(outh) shore between Rocky Point and Strawbridge Point, 2.75 miles WNW. The S(outh) side of the cove is low with wooded hills at the back.
Lacepede Bay lies between a locality known as Granite Rocks at its northern extremity and Cape Jaffa at its southern extremity on the south-east coast of South Australia. The bay is described as: The sandy shore is backed by sandhills, gradually decreasing in height, for a distance of S(outh) of Granite Rocks. Kingston is situated on the S(outh) side of the entrance to Maria Creek, at the head of the bay. Between Kingston and Cape Jaffa, the land is low and swampy, with a wooded bank behind the sandy beach; there is a prominent white sand patch on the bank above the beach, SW of Kingston.
Paranjothi gets slapped by his King, Paranjothi loyalty stays same after this incident. Manavarman tries to kill his wife but Mamallan plays a drama and finds outh that the girl Paranjothi took with hims is not the wife of Manavarman. Their friendship is renewed.
Countess Danner's Mansion is a 13 bay long detached, two-storey wing located to the outh of th main building. The building has a hlf hipped roof with blue tiles. The building, as it appears today, is from 1952, when the original building from 1800 was expanded by Peter Kornerup. It was listed in 1950.
Western Cove is a body of water whose mouth is located between Beare Point in the west and Morrison Point in the east separated by a distance of about . The cove has a maximum depth of about at its mouth. Its shoreline is described as (distances in nautical miles):The S(outh) shore, between Morrison Point and a red cliffy point about 3 miles W, is high and rocky. A range of wooded hills along the S(outh) shore falls gradually to the W(est). Red cliffs extend about 1.5 miles W(est) from the red cliffy point, and from there to the head of the cove is a continuous sandy beach. The land at the head of the cove is low and swampy and continues so to Beare Point…
Cape Jaffa is a headland in the Australian state of South Australia located at the south end of Lacepede Bay on the state's south east coast about south west of the town centre of Kingston SE. The cape is described as being ‘a low sandy point’ with ‘its sea face is about long’ and having a ‘wooded range rises near the S(outh) part of the cape and reaches a height of at Mount Benson, about S(outh) E(ast)’. A settlement known as King’s Camp in some sources and as Cape Jaffa in other sources is located about to the north west of the cape. This settlement includes a jetty fitted with a navigation aid and a marina. The southern coastline of the cape forms part of the Bernouilli Conservation Reserve.
Tiparra Reef (also spell as Tipara) is a reef located in Spencer Gulf in South Australia about west of the town of Port Hughes. The reef is described as being "a bank of sand, in extent, with depths of less than , that lies in the middle of Tiparra Bay" with a"limestone ledge, long in a N(orth) S(outh) direction and about wide, that just dries, lies on the S(outh) W(est) end of the reef N(orth) W(est) of Cape Elizabeth" (which is the southern headland of Tiparra Bay). The limestone ledge was the site of an operational lighthouse from August 1877 until 1995 when its service was largely replaced by a light tower located on Warburto Point about to the north-east. Much of the lighthouse structure remains in place along with a minor navigation aid consisting of a flashing light.
The reef spans about 550 m in the southwest to northeast direction, and some parts of it uncover about 60 cm. Two rocks at the southwest end uncover by about 1.2 m, and one rock at the northeast end uncovers by about 1 m. There is a light on the southwesternmost rock. A kelp forest extends about 250 yards outh of the light toward Low Island.
After World War I in the Upper Silesia plebiscite 152 out of 296 voters in Bzie Zameckie ("Schloss Goldmannsdorf") voted in favour of joining Poland, against 142 for Germany. In Bzie Dolne ("Nieder Goldmannsdorf") out of 200 voters 137 opted for staying in Germany, against 63 who voted for Poland. Whereas in Bzie Górne "Ober Goldmannsdorf") 185 out of 314 were pro-Polish, against 129 pro-German, and in manor goods of Bzie Górne 31 outh of 48 voted for Poland, against 17 for Germany.
Corny Point is a headland located on the west coast of the Yorke Peninsula in South Australia about north west of the town of Warooka. The point is described as being ‘a sloping rocky double projection…’ where the ‘coast on the N(orth) side is low and sandy whereas the coast on the S(outh) side is higher than the point itself.’ It is the south headland of Hardwicke Bay. It was named by Matthew Flinders on 18 March 1802. The waters adjoining its shoreline are within the Southern Spencer Gulf Marine Park. Since 1882, it has been the site of a navigation aid in the form of a lighthouse.
The Black Devon is a river in Scotland. It rises in the Cleish Hills, specifically the area known as Outh Muir, north of Knockhill Racing Circuit, around north-west of Dunfermline, Fife, with the gathering of three small streams in branch formation. The river flows westwards through Balgonar, north of Saline, and then merges with the Saline Burn. The Black Devon flows into Clackmannanshire, through the hamlet of Forestmill and past the town of Clackmannan. The Black Devon enters the River Forth south of Alloa, north of Dunmore Pier.
Cape Carnot () is a headland located on the west side of the southern tip of Eyre Peninsula in South Australia about south west of the city of Port Lincoln. The cape is described by one source as being the “S(outh) W(est) extremity of a broad promontory of which Cape Wiles, to the E(ast), is the S(outh) E(ast) extremity”. It is one of a number of coastal features first discovered but not subsequently named by Matthew Flinders in February 1802 and which remained unnamed. In 1913, the Government of South Australia gave the unnamed feature the name proposed by the Baudin expedition when it visited in April 1802. The name Cape Carnot honours Lazare Carnot who is notable as a “French mathematician, general and statesman, who played a prominent part in the French Revolution and the Napoleonic era”. The cape is considered by the Australian Hydrographic Service to be the eastern end of the Great Australian Bight. Since 2012, the waters adjoining its shoreline are within a habitat protection zone in the Thorny Passage Marine Park.
Bruce Rodney Wingate Parker, MBE (born 20 July 1941) is a British journalist and television presenter whose career spanned the mid-1960s to 2003, when he retired. Strongly committed to regional broadcasting, he was responsible in the mid-1960s for a pilot local radio station in the Channel Islands, which eventually led to the setting up of a string of BBC Local Radio stations across the UK. In 1967 he joined BBC South in Southampton, where he remained for most of his career, making a name as the main presenter and reporter for "South Today" for 35 years, a record stint for any regional presenter in the UK. He was also a respected political interviewer and later BBC South's political editor, hosting "South of Westminster" and S"outh on Sunday".
Despite losing the title, Converse continued to be successful in the singles division defeating Bobby Ramone, Mitch Connor, and Julios Augustus during the summer. On August 19, he and Brad Attitude defeated Garry Stevens and Michael McAllister in a tag team match. The next night, however, he and The $outh$ide Playas lost a 6-man tag team match to Stevens, Mitch Conner, and The Shadow. Converse and Jesse Ortega defeated Garry Stevens and Super Spoiler in yet another tag match on September 10. A week later, he unsuccessfully challenged Steve Corino for the AWA World Heavyweight Championship in a bout lasting nearly 40 minutes. Converse also made appearances in other companies during this time, Big Time Wrestling and Carolina Wrestling Association, with he and Brad Thomas defeating Beau James and Sheik of Araby on September 27 in the former promotion.
Key Biscayne, although named a "key", is not geologically part of the Florida Keys, but is a barrier island composed of sand eroded from the Appalachian Mountains, carried to the coast by rivers and then moved along the coast from the north by coastal currents. There is no hard bedrock near the surface of the island, only layers of weak "shelly sandstone" to depths of or more. The coastal transport of sand southward ends at Key Biscayne. In the 1850s Louis Agassiz noted that "[s]outh of Cape Florida no more silicacious sand is to be seen." (The beaches in the Florida Keys, by contrast, consist primarily of finely pulverized shells.) Geologists believe that the island emerged around 2000 BCE, soon after the sea level stopped rising, as the sand built up to form new barrier islands on the southern Florida coast.
The Wairau electorate's boundaries were constantly adjusted over the years, but the electorate always covered a large, rural area around the Awatere River, with a long coastal boundary outh of Cape Campbell, at times as far south as Kaikoura. Blenheim was always included in the electorate, but Picton not always. The 1918 electoral redistribution, which applied from the , changed the shape of the electorate significantly, with it moving away from the Pacific Ocean coast to make way for the electorate moving north. Wairau gained large areas of land south of Richmond. It also covered the Marlborough Sounds, and Blenheim was the southernmost point along the coast. The 1922 electoral redistribution reversed this and Wairau moved back to its traditional area. Wairau was abolished through the 1937 electoral redistribution, which came into effect with the , and replaced by the electorate, which had more or less the same shape as Wairau had had since the 1927 electoral redistribution.