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hillock

 [hil´ok]
a small prominence or elevation.

hil·lock

(hil'lok),
In anatomy, any small elevation or prominence.

hillock

/hill·ock/ (hil´ok) a small prominence or elevation.

hillock

(hĭl′ək)
n.
1. A small hill.
2. Biology A small protuberance or elevation, as from an organ, tissue, or structure.

hill′ock·y adj.

hil·lock

(hil'lok)
anatomy Any small elevation or prominence.

hillock

a small prominence or elevation.
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Captain Williams believed that all the witch doctors in Africa would stand, at a given time, on their hillocks, and exchange news.
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The pinna itself normally develops from six aural hillocks that are derived from both the first and second arches.