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1796, "elevated tract of relatively level land," from French plateau "table-land," from Old French platel (12c.) "flat piece of metal, wood, etc.," diminutive of plat &qu [..]
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Part of the counter tube characteristic curve in which the counting rate changes only slightly in the case of voltage fluctuations.
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The time during which a wine is at its peak.
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1952, from plateau (n.). Related: Plateaued; plateauing.
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The stage of sexual arousal in which a person has been sexually excited and may approach orgasm. The third stage of the sexual response cycle.
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tableland: a relatively flat highland In geology and earth science, a plateau, also called a high plain or tableland, is an area of highland, usually consisting of relatively flat terrain. A highly er [..]
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expanse of level land much higher than the land around it
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Definition Formation on a chart in which a price experienced very little up or down movement.
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An elevated portion of land, sometimes found on plains, that is itself very flat.
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High altitude area of land, unbroken by mountain ranges.
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(n) - an area of land of medium elevation & horizontal rock layers
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A plateau is also called a ‘high plain’ or ‘tableland’. It is an area of highland, usually consisting of relatively flat terrain. A highly eroded plateau is called a dissected plateau.
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In long term gas contracts the period of years for which the Annual Contract Quantity
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considered an elevated plain, plateaus are a flat highland with one steep face. The Tibetan Plateau, the Andean Plateau, and the Colorado Plateau are examples of plateaus found around the world.
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broad, flat area of land that rises more than 600 meters above sea level.
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platter
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 (m) platter.
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(n) a relatively flat highland
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A temporary or permanent leveling off in the recovery process. [Click Here To Return To List]
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(1) (Geographical) an elevated plain, tableland or flat-topped region of considerable extent. (2) (Oceanographical) an ELEVATION from the bottom of the OCEAN with a more or less flat top and steep sides.
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A high area with a flat top that may have deep canyons.
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Extensive elevated region with level (or nearly level) surface. See also tableland. Oceanographically, a flat or nearly flat area of considerable extent which is relatively shallow, dropping off abrup [..]
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a surface extending above the normal sheet metal.
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(m) platter.
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platter.
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pla-toh Level of peak oil or gas field production; it is always followed by declining level of production.
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An extensive, relatively elevated area of comparatively flat land, commonly limited on at least one side by an abrupt descent to lower land.  Point data:
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A plateau is an area of high altitude land that is usually fairly flat. In Brazil, these areas are known as Chapada, in the USA they are called mesas, and are also referred to as tablelands.
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 A  large flat area of land that is raised above the land surrounding it.
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A prolonged period of stable disease, where the disease is present but well controlled.
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A plateau is an area of flat terrain that is raised significantly above the surrounding area. Plateau or plateaux or plateaus may also refer to:
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A plateau is an area of flat terrain that is raised significantly above the surrounding area. Plateau or plateaux or plateaus may also refer to:
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In geology and physical geography, a plateau ( , , or ; French: [pla.to]; plural plateaus or plateaux), also called a high plain or a tableland, is an area of a highland, usually consisting of relativ [..]
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PlatEAU is an electronic music project featuring cEvin Key and Phil Western. The project resembles a very loose approach to the Download project featuring the same members. The song names and album ti [..]
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A plateau of a function is a part of its domain where the function has constant value. More formally, let U, V be topological spaces. A plateau for a function f: U → V is a path-connected set of po [..]
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"Plateau" is a song written by alternative rock band the Meat Puppets, which first appeared on their 1984 album Meat Puppets II.The song was popularized when the Meat Puppets performed it with the gru [..]
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Plateau (formerly called Rodin Gallery) was an art gallery in South Korea on Taepyeongno street in Jongno-gu, a central district of Seoul. The gallery contained sculptures of Auguste Rodin (1840–191 [..]
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Plateau is a two-player abstract strategy board game invented by Jim Albea.
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A topographic feature consisting of a large flat area at a relatively high elevation with steep sides.
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large region that is higher than the surrounding area and relatively flat. Read more in the NG Education Encyclopedia
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in geology and earth science, a plateau, also called a high plateau or tableland, is an area of highland, usually consisting of relatively flat terrain.
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a time in learning whenever the learning curve flattens due to the rate of increase stopping temporarily, frequently due to tiredness, boredom, loss of willingness, or a modification in the level of a [..]
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A plateau is a large, flat area of land that is higher than the surrounding land.
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