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Wave-cut Platform - Use of Ancient Examples
... wave-cut platforms provide evidence of past sea and lake levels ... sometimes found behind modern beaches, are evidence of higher sea levels in the geological past, and have been used to identify areas of isostatic ... out when the platform was formed, thus giving geographers and geologists information about sea levels at known times in the past ...
Follicle-stimulating Hormone - Measurement
... At this time, the levels of estradiol (E2) and progesterone are at the lowest point of the menstrual cycle ... FSH levels in this time is often called basal FSH levels, to distinguish from the increased levels when approaching ovulation ...
Tower 42 - History - Construction
... In total, there are 47 levels above ground, of which 42 are cantilevered ... The lowest cantilevered floor is designated Level 1, but is in fact the fourth level above ground ... The two lowest cantilevered levels (1 and 2) are formed of a single "leaf" and the next two (3 and 4) are formed of two leaves ...
Ghouls'n Ghosts - Levels
... There are five levels and Lucifer's chamber at the end, considered a sixth level in itself ... Level 1 – The Haunted Graveyard (sometimes known as the Executioner's Graveyard) The Evil Hill ... Level 2 – Village of Decay The Village on Fire ...
Association Football League System In Italy
... has a hierarchical format with promotion and relegation between leagues at different levels, allowing even the smallest club the theoretical possibility of ultimately ... The top two levels contain one division each ... Below this, the levels have progressively more parallel divisions, which each cover progressively smaller geographic areas ...

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