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An isochrone can be:

In physics - A line on a chart connecting all points having the same time of occurence of a particular pheonomena/of a particular value of a quantity.

In geography - A line connecting places of an equal journey time to the same location.

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Example of a drainage basin. The dashed line is the main water divide of the hydrographic basinAnimation of Latorița River drainage basin, Romania.A drainage basin (also known as a watershed) is an extent or an area of land where surface water from rain and melting snow or ice converges to a single point, usually the exit of the basin, where the waters join another waterbody, such as a river, lake, reservoir, estuary, wetland, sea, or ocean. In closed drainage basins the water converges to a single point inside the basin, known as a sink, which may be a permanent lake, dry lake, or a point where surface water is lost underground.[1]The drainage basin includes both the streams and rivers that convey the water as well as the land surfaces from which water drains into those channels, and is separated from adjacent basins by a drainage divide.[2]The drainage basin acts as a funnel by collecting all the water within the area covered by the basin and channelling it to a single point. 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In a strict sense, all drainage basins are hydrologic units but not all hydrologic units are drainage basins.[1]The United States Environmental Protection Agency launched the website Watershed Central for the US public to exchange information and locate resources needed to restore local drainage basins in that country.Contents[hide] 1 Major drainage basins of the world1.1 Map1.2 Ocean basins1.3 Largest river basins1.4 Endorheic drainage basins2 Importance of drainage basins2.1 Geopolitical boundaries2.2 Hydrology2.3 Geomorphology2.4 Ecology2.5 Resource management3 Catchment factors3.1 Topography3.2 Shape3.3 Size3.4 Soil type3.5 Land use4 See also5 Footnotes6 References7 External links[edit]Major drainage basins of the worldSee also: List of drainage basins[edit]MapDrainage basins of the principal oceans and seas of the world. Grey areas are endorheic basins that do not drain to the ocean.[edit]Ocean basinsThe following is a list of the major ocean basins:About 48.7% of the world's land drains to the Atlantic Ocean. In North America, surface water drains to the Atlantic via the Saint Lawrence River and Great Lakes basins, the Eastern Seaboard of the United States, the Canadian Maritimes, and most of Newfoundland and Labrador. Nearly all ofSouth America east of the Andes also drains to the Atlantic, as does most of Western and Central Europe and the greatest portion of western Sub-Saharan Africa. The three major mediterranean seas of the world also flow to the Atlantic: The American Mediterranean Sea (the Caribbean Sea and Gulf of Mexico) basin includes most of the U.S. interior between the Appalachian and Rocky Mountains, a small part of the Canadian provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan, eastern Central America, the islands of the Caribbean and the Gulf, and a small part of northern South America.The European Mediterranean Sea basin includes much of North Africa, east-central Africa (through the Nile River), Southern, Central, and Eastern Europe, Turkey, and the coastal areas of Israel, Lebanon, and Syria.The Arctic Ocean drains most of Western and Northern Canada east of the Continental Divide, northern Alaska and parts of North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota, and Montana in the United States, the north shore of the Scandinavian peninsula in Europe, and much of central and northern Russia.Just over 13% of the land in the world drains to the Pacific Ocean. Its basin includes much of China, southeastern Russia, Japan, the Korean Peninsula, most of Indonesia and Malaysia, the Philippines, all of the Pacific Islands, the northeast coast of Australia, and Canada and the United States west of the Continental Divide (including most of Alaska), as well as western Central America and South America west of the Andes.The Indian Ocean's drainage basin also comprises about 13% of Earth's land. It drains the eastern coast of Africa, the coasts of the Red Sea and the Persian Gulf, the Indian subcontinent, Burma, and most of Australia.The Southern Ocean drains Antarctica. Antarctica comprises approximately eight percent of the Earth's land.[edit]Largest river basinsThe five largest river basins (by area), from largest to smallest, are the Amazon basin, the River Plate basin, the Congo basin, the Nile basin, and the Mississippi basin. The three rivers that drain the most water, from most to least, are the Amazon, Ganga, and Congo Rivers.[6][edit]Endorheic drainage basinsEndorheic basin in Central AsiaMain article: Endorheic basinEndorheic drainage basins are inland basins that do not drain to an ocean. Around 18% of all land drains to endorheic lakes or seas or sinks. The largest of these consists of much of the interior of Asia, and drains into the Caspian Sea and the Aral Sea. Other endorheic regions include the Great Basin in the United States, much of the Sahara Desert, the watershed of the Okavango River (Kalahari Basin), highlands near the African Great Lakes, the interiors of Australia and the Arabian Peninsula, and parts in Mexico and the Andes. Some of these, such as the Great Basin, are not single drainage basins but collections of separate, adjacent closed basins.In endorheic bodies of standing water where evaporation is the primary means of water loss, the water is typically more saline than the oceans. An extreme example is the Dead Sea.[edit]Importance of drainage basins[edit]Geopolitical boundariesDrainage basins have been historically important for determining territorial boundaries, particularly in regions where trade by water has been important. For example, the English crown gave the Hudson's Bay Company a monopoly on the fur trade in the entire Hudson Bay basin, an area called Rupert's Land. Bioregional political organization today includes agreements of states (e.g., international treaties and, within the U.S.A., interstate compacts) or other political entities in a particular drainage basin to manage the body or bodies of water into which it drains. Examples of such interstate compacts are the Great Lakes Commission and the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency.[edit]HydrologyDrainage basin of the Ohio River, part of the Mississippi River drainage basin.In hydrology, the drainage basin is a logical unit of focus for studying the movement of water within the hydrological cycle, because the majority of water that discharges from the basin outlet originated as precipitation falling on the basin. A portion of the water that enters the groundwater system beneath the drainage basin may flow towards the outlet of another drainage basin because groundwater flow directions do not always match those of their overlying drainage network. Measurement of the discharge of water from a basin may be made by a stream gauge located at the basin's outlet.Rain gauge data is used to measure total precipitation over a drainage basin, and there are different ways to interpret that data. If the gauges are many and evenly distributed over an area of uniform precipitation, using the arithmetic mean method will give good results. In the Thiessen polygon method, the watershed is divided into polygons with the rain gauge in the middle of each polygon assumed to be representative for the rainfall on the area of land included in its polygon. These polygons are made by drawing lines between gauges, then making perpendicular bisectors of those lines form the polygons. The isohyetal method involves contours of equal precipitation are drawn over the gauges on a map. Calculating the area between these curves and adding up the volume of water is time consuming.Isochrone maps can be used to show the time taken for runoff water within a drainage basin to reach a lake, reservoir or outlet, assuming constant and uniform effective rainfall.[7][8][9][10][edit]GeomorphologyDrainage basins are the principal hydrologic unit considered in fluvial geomorphology. 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GOOSEFOOT GOOSEHERD GOOSENECK GORGONIAN GORGONIZE GOSSYPOLS GOVERNORS GRACIOSOS GRANDIOSO GRASSROOT GREENROOM GREENWOOD GRILLROOM GROGSHOPS GROOMSMAN GROOMSMEN GROOVIEST GROUNDHOG GROUNDOUT GROUPOIDS GUARDROOM GUIDEBOOK GUNCOTTON GYNOPHOBE GYNOPHORE GYROPILOT GYROSCOPE HAFTOROTH HAGIOLOGY HALLOOING HALOBIONT HALOGETON HANDBOOKS HANDLOOMS HAPLOLOGY HARBOROUS HARDBOOTS HARDGOODS HARDIHOOD HARDWOODS HARPOONED HARPOONER HEADROOMS HEARTWOOD HEATPROOF HEIRLOOMS HELIOZOAN HELIOZOIC HEMATOZOA HEMOCOELS HEMOTOXIC HEMOTOXIN HERBOLOGY HETERODOX HIEROLOGY HISTOLOGY HOARFROST HOBGOBLIN HOBNOBBED HOBNOBBER HOCKSHOPS HODOSCOPE HOLDDOWNS HOLDOVERS HOLLOAING HOLLOOING HOLLOWARE HOLLOWEST HOLLOWING HOLLYHOCK HOLOCAUST HOLOCRINE HOLOGRAMS HOLOGRAPH HOLOGYNIC HOLOPHYTE HOLOTYPES HOLOTYPIC HOLYSTONE HOMEBOUND HOMECOMER HOMEGROWN HOMEOPATH HOMEOWNER HOMEPORTS HOMEROOMS HOMETOWNS HOMEWORKS HOMINOIDS HOMOCERCY HOMOGRAFT HOMOGRAPH HOMOLOGIC HOMOLOGUE HOMOLYSES HOMOLYSIS HOMOLYTIC HOMONYMIC HOMOPHILE HOMOPHOBE HOMOPHONE HOMOPHONY HOMOPHYLY HOMOPLASY HOMOPOLAR HOMOSEXES HOMOSPORY HOMOSTYLY HOMOTAXES HOMOTAXIS HONCHOING HONEWORTS HONEYCOMB HONEYMOON HONEYPOTS HONORABLE HONORABLY HONORANDS HONORARIA HONORIFIC HONOURERS HONOURING HOODMOLDS HOODOOING HOODOOISM HOODWINKS HOOFBEATS HOOFBOUND HOOFPRINT HOOKNOSED HOOKNOSES HOOKWORMS HOOLIGANS HOOPSKIRT HOOPSTERS HOORAHING HOORAYING HOOSEGOWS HOOVERING HOPSCOTCH HORDEOLUM HOREHOUND HORIZONAL HORNBOOKS HORNPOUTS HORNSTONE HORNWORMS HORNWORTS HOROLOGER HOROLOGES HOROLOGIC HOROSCOPE HOROSCOPY HORSESHOD HORSESHOE HORTATORY HOSPODARS HOTBLOODS HOTCHPOTS HOTDOGGED HOTDOGGER HOTELDOMS HOTFOOTED HOTHOUSED HOTHOUSES HOUSEBOAT HOUSEBOYS HOUSECOAT HOUSEHOLD HOUSEROOM HOUSETOPS HOUSEWORK HOUSTONIA HOWSOEVER HULLOOING HUMANHOOD HUMONGOUS HYDROFOIL HYDROLOGY HYDROSOLS HYDROZOAN HYLOZOISM HYLOZOIST HYMNBOOKS HYMNOLOGY HYPNOLOGY HYPOCOTYL HYPOGEOUS HYPOMORPH HYPONOIAS HYPOPLOID HYPOPYONS HYPOSTOME HYPOTONIA HYPOTONIC ICHNOLOGY ICONOLOGY IDEOLOGIC IDEOLOGUE IDEOMOTOR IDEOPHONE IDOLATORS IGUANODON ILEOSTOMY IMBOSOMED IMBROGLIO IMMOLATOR IMPLOSION IMPOSTORS INAMORATO INCOGNITO INCOMMODE INDORSORS INGLENOOK INNOCUOUS INNOVATOR INNOXIOUS INODOROUS INOSITOLS INOTROPIC INTERLOOP IODATIONS IODOFORMS IODOMETRY IODOPHORS IODOPSINS IONOGENIC IONOPHORE IONOSONDE IRIDOLOGY IRONBOUND IRONSTONE IRONWOMAN IRONWOMEN IRONWOODS IRONWORKS ISOCHORES ISOCHORIC ISOCHRONE ISOCHRONS ISOGAMOUS ISOGENOUS ISOGONALS ISOGONICS ISOGONIES ISOLATION ISOLATORS ISOLOGOUS ISOLOGUES ISOMEROUS ISOMORPHS ISONOMIES ISOOCTANE ISOPHOTAL ISOPHOTES ISOPODANS ISOPROPYL ISOSMOTIC ISOTOPIES ISOTROPIC JACKAROOS JACKBOOTS JACKEROOS JEROBOAMS JOBHOLDER JOHNBOATS JOINTWORM JOLLYBOAT JOYPOPPED JOYPOPPER KAIROMONE KAKEMONOS KANGAROOS KARYOLOGY KARYOSOME KENOTRONS KERFLOOEY KILOJOULE KILOMOLES KILOVOLTS KINGHOODS KINGWOODS KNOCKDOWN KNOCKOFFS KNOCKOUTS KNOTHOLES KOLKHOSES KOLKHOZES KOMONDORS KOOKINESS KOWTOWERS KOWTOWING LABORIOUS LACEWOODS LADYHOODS LAGOMORPH LAMPOONED LAMPOONER LANCEWOOD LATEWOODS LATOSOLIC LEAKPROOF LEIOMYOMA LEPTOPHOS LEPTOSOME LEUKOTOMY LEVODOPAS LIFEBLOOD LIGHTWOOD LIMNOLOGY LINALOOLS LIPOSOMAL LIPOSOMES LIPOTROPY LITHOLOGY LITHOPONE LITHOSOLS LITHOTOMY LOADSTONE LOANWORDS LOATHSOME LOBATIONS LOBBYGOWS LOBECTOMY LOBSCOUSE LOCATIONS LOCKBOXES LOCKDOWNS LOCOFOCOS LOCOMOTED LOCOMOTES LOCOMOTOR LOCOWEEDS LOCUTIONS LODESTONE LOGAOEDIC LOGNORMAL LOGOGRAMS LOGOGRAPH LOGOGRIPH LOGOMACHS LOGOMACHY LOGOPHILE LOGORRHEA LOGOTYPES LOGROLLED LOGROLLER LOINCLOTH LOLLIPOPS LOLLOPING LOLLYPOPS LONESOMES LONGBOATS LONGCLOTH LONGERONS LONGEVOUS LONGHORNS LONGHOUSE LONGICORN LONGSHORE LOOKALIKE LOOKDOWNS LOOKSISMS LOONINESS LOOPHOLED LOOPHOLES LOOPINESS LOOSENERS LOOSENESS LOOSENING LOTHARIOS LOUDMOUTH LOUSEWORT LOVELOCKS LOWBROWED LOWERMOST LOXODROME LUNCHROOM LUSTIHOOD LYOPHOBIC LYSOSOMAL LYSOSOMES MACAROONS MACCOBOYS MACROCOSM MACRODONT MACROMOLE MAESTOSOS MAIDHOODS MAILROOMS MAJORDOMO MAKIMONOS MARKHOORS MAROONING MASTODONS MASTODONT MATCHBOOK MATCHWOOD MELLOTRON MELODEONS MELODIOUS MEROZOITE MESOGLOEA MESOMORPH MESOSOMES MESOTRONS MESOZOANS METEOROID METROLOGY METRONOME MICROCODE MICROCOPY MICROCOSM MICRODONT MICRODOTS MICROFORM MICROLOAN MICROMHOS MICROMOLE MICROPORE MICROSOME MICROTOME MICROTOMY MICROTONE MICROVOLT MILKWOODS MISCHOOSE MISCOLORS MISCOOKED MOBOCRACY MOBOCRATS MODERATOR MODERATOS MODILLION MODULATOR MOLDBOARD MOLYBDOUS MOMENTOES MOMENTOUS MONADNOCK MONATOMIC MONECIOUS MONEYWORT MONGOLIAN MONGOLISM MONGOLOID MONGOOSES MONITIONS MONITORED MONKEYPOD MONKEYPOT MONKHOODS MONKSHOOD MONOACIDS MONOAMINE MONOBASIC MONOCARPS MONOCHORD MONOCLINE MONOCOQUE MONOCOTYL MONOCRACY MONOCRATS MONOCULAR MONOCYCLE MONOCYTES MONOCYTIC MONODICAL MONODISTS MONODRAMA MONOECIES MONOECISM MONOESTER MONOFUELS MONOGAMIC MONOGENIC MONOGLOTS MONOGRAMS MONOGRAPH MONOHULLS MONOICOUS MONOKINES MONOLAYER MONOLITHS MONOLOGIC MONOLOGUE MONOMANIA MONOMERIC MONOMETER MONOMIALS MONOPHAGY MONOPHONY MONOPHYLY MONOPLANE MONOPLOID MONOPODES MONOPODIA MONOPOLES MONOPSONY MONORAILS MONORCHID MONORHYME MONOSOMES MONOSOMIC MONOSTELE MONOSTELY MONOSTICH MONOSTOME MONOTINTS MONOTONES MONOTONIC MONOTREME MONOTYPES MONOTYPIC MONOVULAR MONOXIDES MONSIGNOR MONSOONAL MONSTROUS MONTHLONG MONZONITE MOODINESS MOONBEAMS MOONBLIND MOONCHILD MOONDUSTS MOONFACED MOONINESS MOONISHLY MOONLIGHT MOONPORTS MOONQUAKE MOONRISES MOONROOFS MOONSAILS MOONSCAPE MOONSEEDS MOONSHINE MOONSHINY MOONSHOTS MOONSTONE MOONWALKS MOONWARDS MOONWORTS MOORCOCKS MOORFOWLS MOORLANDS MOORWORTS MOOSEBIRD MOOSEWOOD MOPBOARDS MORATORIA MORONISMS MORPHOGEN MORPHOSES MORPHOSIS MORTGAGOR MOSQUITOS MOSSGROWN MOTHPROOF MOTIONERS MOTIONING MOTIVATOR MOTOCROSS MOTORBIKE MOTORBOAT MOTORCADE MOTORCARS MOTORDOMS MOTORINGS MOTORISED MOTORISES MOTORISTS MOTORIZED MOTORIZES MOTORLESS MOTORSHIP MOTORWAYS MOUCHOIRS MOUFFLONS MOUTONNEE MOVIEDOMS MOVIEGOER MOVIEOLAS MULTIROOM MUNGOOSES MUSCOVADO MUSEOLOGY MUSHROOMS MUSKROOTS MYCOFLORA MYCOLOGIC MYCOTOXIN MYOCLONIC MYOCLONUS MYOGLOBIN MYOLOGIES MYOLOGIST MYOMATOUS MYOSCOPES MYOTONIAS MYRIOPODS MYTHOLOGY NAINSOOKS NALOXONES NAPOLEONS NECROLOGY NECROPOLI NECROTOMY NEOCORTEX NEOLOGIES NEOLOGISM NEOLOGIST NEOLOGIZE NEOMORPHS NEOTENOUS NEOTROPIC NEPHOLOGY NEUROCOEL NEUROLOGY NEUROTOMY NEWSROOMS NOCUOUSLY NOISOMELY NOMINATOR NOMOGRAMS NOMOGRAPH NOMOLOGIC NONACTION NONACTORS NONAGONAL NONATOMIC NONAUTHOR NONBODIES NONBONDED NONCODING NONCOITAL NONCOKING NONCOLORS NONCOMBAT NONCONCUR NONCOUNTY NONDOCTOR NONDOLLAR NONEROTIC NONEXOTIC NONFACTOR NONFORMAL NONFOSSIL NONFROZEN NONGHETTO NONGLOSSY NONGOLFER NONGROWTH NONHEROES NONHEROIC NONILLION NONJOINER NONJURORS NONKOSHER NONLOCALS NONLOVING NONMAJORS NONMOBILE NONMODERN NONMORTAL NONMOTILE NONMOVING NONNORMAL NONNOVELS NONORALLY NONOWNERS NONPERSON NONPOETIC NONPOLICE NONPOROUS NONPOSTAL NONPROFIT NONPROVEN NONRANDOM NONRHOTIC NONRIOTER NONSCHOOL NONSMOKER NONSOCIAL NONSOLIDS NONUNIONS NONVECTOR NONVENOUS NONVOCALS NONVOTERS NONVOTING NONWORKER NONWOVENS NOONTIDES NOONTIMES NOOSPHERE NOOTROPIC NOPALITOS NORTHMOST NOSOLOGIC NOSTOLOGY NOTATIONS NOTEBOOKS NOTOCHORD NOTORIETY NOTORIOUS NOVATIONS NOVOCAINE NOXIOUSLY OAKMOSSES OARSWOMAN OARSWOMEN OASTHOUSE OBBLIGATO OBCONICAL OBCORDATE OBJECTION OBJECTORS OBLATIONS OBLIGATOR OBLIGATOS OBLIVIONS OBLIVIOUS OBLOQUIAL OBLOQUIES OBNOXIOUS OBSESSION OBSESSORS OBSOLESCE OBSOLETED OBSOLETES OBTRUSION OBTURATOR OBVERSION OBVIATION OBVIATORS OBVIOUSLY OCCASIONS OCCLUSION OCHLOCRAT OCOTILLOS OCTACHORD OCTAGONAL OCTILLION OCTOPLOID OCTOPODAN OCTOPODES OCTOPUSES OCTOROONS OCTOTHORP ODIFEROUS ODOGRAPHS ODOMETERS ODONTOIDS ODORIZING ODOROUSLY OENOPHILE OESOPHAGI OESTRIOLS OESTROGEN OESTRONES OFFERTORY OFFICIOUS OFFLOADED OFFSHOOTS OFFSHORES OILCLOTHS OILSTONES OKEYDOKEY OLECRANON OLEOGRAPH OLEORESIN OLFACTION OLFACTORY OLIGOCENE OLIGOGENE OLIGOMERS OLIGOPOLY OLOLIUQUI OMINOUSLY OMISSIONS OMNIVORES OMOPHAGIA OMOPHAGIC ONCOGENES ONCOGENIC ONCOLOGIC ONCOMINGS ONCOVIRUS ONDOGRAMS ONEROUSLY ONIONSKIN ONLOADING ONLOOKERS ONLOOKING ONOMASTIC ONTOGENIC ONTOLOGIC OOGAMETES OOGENESES OOGENESIS OOGENETIC OOGONIUMS OOLACHANS OOLOGICAL OOLOGISTS OOMPAHING OOSPHERES OPENWORKS OPERAGOER OPERATION OPERATORS OPEROSELY OPHIOLITE OPHIOLOGY OPHIUROID OPINIONED OPPONENCY OPPONENTS OPPORTUNE OPPOSABLE OPPOSITES OPPRESSOR OPSONIZED OPSONIZES OPTIONALS OPTIONEES OPTIONING OPTOMETER OPTOMETRY ORATORIES ORATORIOS OREODONTS ORGANOSOL ORNITHOID OROGENIES OROGRAPHY OROLOGIES OROLOGIST OROMETERS ORRISROOT ORTHICONS ORTHODOXY ORTHOEPIC ORTHOPTER ORTHOPTIC ORTHOTICS ORTHOTIST OSMOMETER OSMOMETRY OSSEOUSLY OSTENSORY OSTEOCYTE OSTEOLOGY OSTEOMATA OSTEOPATH OSTEOTOME OSTEOTOMY OSTINATOS OSTOMATES OSTOSISES OSTRACODE OSTRACODS OTOCYSTIC OTOLITHIC OTOLOGIES OTOLOGIST OTOPLASTY OTOSCOPES OUTBLOOMS OUTBOARDS OUTBOASTS OUTBOUGHT OUTBOXING OUTCOOKED OUTCOUNTS OUTCROWDS OUTCROWED OUTDODGED OUTDODGES OUTDOORSY OUTECHOED OUTECHOES OUTERCOAT OUTERMOST OUTFLOATS OUTFLOWED OUTFOOLED OUTFOOTED OUTFOUGHT OUTFOXING OUTFROWNS OUTGALLOP OUTGLOWED OUTGOINGS OUTGROUPS OUTGROWTH OUTHOMERS OUTHOUSES OUTHOWLED OUTHUMORS OUTJOCKEY OUTLOVING OUTMODING OUTMOVING OUTOFFICE OUTPEOPLE OUTPOINTS OUTPOLLED OUTPOURED OUTPOURER OUTPOWERS OUTQUOTED OUTQUOTES OUTREASON OUTRECKON OUTROARED OUTROCKED OUTROLLED OUTROOTED OUTROWING OUTSAVORS OUTSCOLDS OUTSCOOPS OUTSCORED OUTSCORES OUTSCORNS OUTSHOOTS OUTSHOUTS OUTSMOKED OUTSMOKES OUTSNORED OUTSNORES OUTSOARED OUTSOURCE OUTSPOKEN OUTSTRODE OUTSTROKE OUTSTROVE OUTTHROBS OUTTHROWN OUTTHROWS OUTTOWERS OUTVOICED OUTVOICES OUTVOTING OUTWORKED OUTWORKER OVARIOLES OVATIONAL OVENPROOF OVERBLOWN OVERBLOWS OVERBOARD OVERBOILS OVERBOOKS OVERBORNE OVERBROAD OVERCLOSE OVERCLOUD OVERCOACH OVERCOATS OVERCOLOR OVERCOMER OVERCOMES OVERCOOKS OVERCOOLS OVERCOUNT OVERCROPS OVERCROWD OVERDOERS OVERDOING OVERDOSED OVERDOSES OVERDROVE OVEREMOTE OVERFAVOR OVERFLOOD OVERFLOWN OVERFLOWS OVERFOCUS OVERGOADS OVERGROWN OVERGROWS OVERHOLDS OVERHONOR OVERHOPED OVERHOPES OVERJOYED OVERLABOR OVERLOADS OVERLOOKS OVERLORDS OVERLOVED OVERLOVES OVERPLOTS OVERPOWER OVERPROOF OVERPROUD OVERROAST OVERSCORE OVERSHOES OVERSHOOT OVERSHOTS OVERSMOKE OVERSOAKS OVERSOULS OVERSTOCK OVERSTORY OVERTHROW OVERTOILS OVERTONES OVERVOTED OVERVOTES OVERWORDS OVERWORKS OVERWOUND OVERWROTE OVIFEROUS OVIPAROUS OVIPOSITS OVIRAPTOR OVOTESTES OVOTESTIS OVULATION OVULATORY OXIDATION OXTONGUES OXYCODONE OXYGENOUS OXYMORONS OXYTOCICS OXYTOCINS OZOCERITE OZOKERITE OZONATING OZONATION OZONISING OZONIZERS OZONIZING PAHOEHOES PALEOLOGY PALEOSOLS PALEOZOIC PALOMINOS PANTALOON PAPPOOSES PARATROOP PAROTOIDS PASODOBLE PASSBOOKS PATHOLOGY PATOOTIES PEARWOODS PECORINOS PEDOLOGIC PEEKABOOS PEEKAPOOS PEREIOPOD PEREOPODS PERORATOR PETROLOGY PHAGOSOME PHELONION PHENOCOPY PHENOLOGY PHEROMONE PHILOLOGY PHONATHON PHONATION PHONOGRAM PHONOLITE PHONOLOGY PHONOTYPE PHONOTYPY PHORONIDS PHOSPHORE PHOSPHORI PHOSPHORS PHOTOCELL PHOTOCOPY PHOTOGENE PHOTOGRAM PHOTOLYZE PHOTOMAPS PHOTOMASK PHOTONICS PHOTOPIAS PHOTOPLAY PHOTOSCAN PHOTOSETS PHOTOSTAT PHOTOTAXY PHOTOTUBE PHOTOTYPE PHYCOLOGY PHYLLOPOD PHYTOLOGY PHYTOTRON 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POZZOLANS PREBOOKED PRECHOOSE PRECOOKED PRECOOKER PRECOOLED PRENOTION PREOPTION PRESCHOOL PRESSROOM PROACTION PROBATION PROBATORY PROBIOTIC PROBOSCIS PROCESSOR PROCHOICE PROCONSUL PROCTODEA PROCTORED PRODROMAL PRODROMES PRODROMIC PROFESSOR PROFOUNDS PROFUSION PROGNOSED PROGNOSES PROGNOSIS PROJECTOR PROLOGING PROLOGIST PROLOGIZE PROLOGUED PROLOGUES PROLONGED PROLONGER PROLONGES PROLUSION PROLUSORY PROMISORS PROMODERN PROMOTERS PROMOTING PROMOTION PROMOTIVE PRONATION PRONATORS PRONGHORN PRONOUNCE PROOFREAD PROOFROOM PROPELLOR PROPENOLS PROPONENT PROPONING PROPOSALS PROPOSERS PROPOSING PROPOSITI PROPOUNDS PROPRETOR PROPTOSES PROPTOSIS PRORATION PROREFORM PROROGATE PROROGUED PROROGUES PROSECTOR PROSODIES PROSODIST PROSOMATA PROSTOMIA PROTECTOR PROTEOMES PROTEOMIC PROTEOSES PROTESTOR PROTHORAX PROTOCOLS PROTODERM PROTONATE PROTONEMA PROTOPODS PROTOSTAR PROTOTYPE PROTOXIDE PROTOXIDS PROTOZOAL PROTOZOAN PROTOZOIC PROTOZOON PROVISION PROVISOES PROVISORY PROVOKERS PROVOKING PROVOLONE PSALMBOOK 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