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hills, plural;
  1. Form (something) into a heap

  2. Bank up (a plant) with soil
    • - if frost threatens our new plants, we hill them up
  1. A naturally raised area of land, not as high or craggy as a mountain

  2. A sloping piece of road or trail
    • - they were climbing a steep hill in low gear
  3. A heap or mound of something
    • - a hill of sliding shingle

  1. a local and well-defined elevation of the land; "they loved to roam the hills of West Virginia"
  2. form into a hill
  3. mound: structure consisting of an artificial heap or bank usually of earth or stones; "they built small mounds to hide behind"
  4. United States railroad tycoon (1838-1916)
  5. risque English comedian (1925-1992)
  6. mound: (baseball) the slight elevation on which the pitcher stands
  7. A hill is a landform that extends above the surrounding terrain. Hills often have a distinct summit, although in areas with scarp/dip topography a hill may refer to a particular section of flat terrain without a massive summit (e.g. Box Hill).
  8. Embassy Hill was a short-lived Formula One team started by the two-time Formula One world-champion Graham Hill, racing as a constructor with its own chassis in . ...
  9. Hill is a small lunar impact crater that is located to the west of the prominent crater Macrobius, near the eastern edge of the Sinus Amoris. This crater was previously designated Macrobius B before being given a name by the IAU. ...
  10. Hill Zaini (born 13 October 1987), popularly known as Hill, is a well-known Bruneian singer and actor.Razak, Khairi. . The Brunei Times. July 26, 2009. Retrieved February 10, 2010.
  11. Hill is a surname of English origin, meaning "a person who lived on a hill". It is the 30th-most common surname in the United Kingdom.
  12. Hill (first name and details unknown) was an English cricketer who played for Sussex. He made a single first-class appearance for the team, against 1825, against Hampshire.
  13. An elevated location smaller than a mountain; A sloping road; A heap of earth surrounding a plant; The pitcher’s mound
  14. (hilled) or cooled to get a good flavor. • You can eat hummus with sun dried tomatoes ... their menu. When you are eating hummus in this flavor, you will love the traditional garlic flavor which ... like to keep a strict watch on their diet love to replace tahini with yogurt. ...
  15. (Hills) A workout where a runner runs up a hill fast jogs back down then runs back up. This is repeated a number of times and helps develop leg strength and aerobic capacity.
  16. (Hills (Hills Hoist)) a Clothesline; Hills is a popular clothesline manufacturer.
  17. (Hills) Agastya Malai | Anaimalai Hills | Anamudi peak | Banasura Peak | Biligirirangan Hills | Cardamom Hills | Chembra Peak | Desh Maharashtra region | Doddabetta | Gangamoola | Harishchandragad | Kalsubai | Kemmangundi | Konkan | Kudremukh | Mahabaleshwar | Malabar | Malnad | Mullayanagiri | ...
  18. (Hills) Any area with rugged but not mountainous terrain.
  19. (Hills) Rolling terrain. May be covered by forests or urban terrain. Good for a defender, can pose a problem for the attacker. Little preparation is needed for a successful defense.
  20. (Hills) Think Vertical...Mt Lemon, Kitt Peak, Mt Graham.  These are not rides for the novice.  If you are new to cycling, save yourself the pain and humiliation by not showing up for these rides.  You can bet Darian is going to hurt us.
  21. (Hills) To dream of climbing hills is good if the top is reached, but if you fall back, you will have much envy and contrariness to fight against. See Ascend and Descend.
  22. (The Hills) or Holy Hills, as referred to in Sublimity of Faith.  Property in Hobart, New York where Sandford spent most of his "retirement", and was buried in 1948.
  23. (hills) landscapes features are moderately elevated in comparison to surrounding areas
  24. Hills have more volume mass than towers and are covering more land density. New York City or Switzerland could be a hill.
  25. A natural land elevation, usually less than 1000 feet above its surroundings, with a rounded outline. The distinction between hill and mountain depends on the locality.