marine terrace


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marine terrace

[mə′rēn ′ter·əs]
(geology)
A seacoast terrace formed by the merging of a wave-built terrace and a wave-cut platform. Also known as sea terrace; shore terrace.
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One out-of-area buyer has been Hazel Loutsis from Berkshire, who purchased a town house on Marine Terrace.
Royal Marine Terrace residents have referred the Seasiders proposals to An Bord Pleanala on the grounds that fear that the fine detail of proposed developments at the stadium will adversely impact on their lives.
Langdon, formerly of Marine Terrace, Thurso, was an instructor in anti-tank weapons while he was in the Army.
It has wooded campgrounds on a marine terrace and a nature walk through a riparian habitat, in addition to a long, scenic stretch of sand.
Enjoying superb sea views, Zenobia is situated on Marine Terrace.
At the end of the houses we bear left past the coastguard Rescue Station and continue along Marine Terrace to join the Cleveland Way.
Marine Terrace in Aberystwyth was still closed in both directions yesterday because of flooding between Victoria Terrace and the promenade.
Officers in the area of Marine Terrace and South Road decided to stop the car which had four young men inside.
30am at Victoria Terrace, Marine Terrace on to the Promenade and castle ruins to Great Darkgate Street, North Parade, Penglais Road past the National Library where it leaves the town just after 9am at Penglais Road and back on to the A487.
145 Marine Terrace, Main Street, Spittal, is for sale through Edwin Thompson at a guide price of pounds 389,500 and a closing date for offers may be set, tel: 01289 304432.
Dyfed-Powys police said they were anxious to trace 22-year-old Esther Spillane, originally from County Cork, Ireland, who was last seen in the early hours of Wednesday when she and the man left the Bay Hotel, Marine Terrace, Aberystwyth.
Follow the trail down to a marine terrace and ocean overlooks.

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