bottom terrace

bottom terrace

[′bäd·əm ‚ter·əs]
(geology)
A landform deposited by streams with moderate or small bottom loads of coarse sand and gravel, and characterized by a broad, sloping surface in the direction of flow and a steep escarpment facing downstream.
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Stationed around the built-in fireplace on the bottom terrace of the Mounger home, a s'mores station paid homage to the night the couple became engaged.
Two balls landed in the pond in the garden by the changing rooms, one hit the roof of the bottom terrace next to Chapelgate, and seven sixes in total sailed out of the ground.
Amman Institute for Urban Development, which GAM established in July 2008, organized "20 minutes in Amman" to experience walking from "Paris Circle" in Al Weibdeh to downtown, then from the bottom terrace of the Castle (Al Qal'aa) to Jabal Al Hussein to end the route at Al Weibdeh.
Since the budget to take out the pool and completely revamp the bottom terrace was a mere $5,000--not much considering the amount of work that needed to be done--Terry and Brower decided to do the work themselves, rather than hire landscapers to do it for them.
The money will cover safety improvements to verges at Fenay Bridge Road, the resurfacing of Felcote Avenue, pavement repairs at Fleminghouse Lane, right of way improvements at Grasscroft leading to King James' High School and a new lamppost for Spa Bottom terrace.
The upper and the bottom terraces with the difference of ground levels of 6-8 m were constructed in that way.
The hermitages at the bottom terraces were constructed partly on the retaining walls and partly on basements filled with crushed bricks and debris.