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    Exclamation WHAT'S THAT HIGH BANK

    Hai! I am just doing the homework for literature class about the Crystalids. i came across a question that asks what the "high bank" that David slides down is, could any one help me?:3


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    Re: WHAT'S THAT HIGH BANK

    Quote Originally Posted by XxSakuraHimexX View Post
    Hai! I am just doing the homework for literature class about the Crystalids. i came across a question that asks what the "high bank" that David slides down is, could any one help me?:3

    I think this means a sloping landform, especially used for the sloping land beside a river or other waterway.

    If David slid down a high bank into a river or stream, that is what it means: the sloping land that is found beside rivers and streams, leading down to them.

    Here is a picture of a riverbank on the Nile River



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    Re: WHAT'S THAT HIGH BANK

    Quote Originally Posted by XxSakuraHimexX View Post
    Hai! I am just doing the homework for literature class about the Crystalids. i came across a question that asks what the "high bank" that David slides down is, could any one help me?:3
    It is "The Chrysalids" by John Wyndham. You need to read your texts fully to answer this kind of question.

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