cut platform

cut platform

[′kət ‚plat‚fȯrm]
(geology)
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There is a splendid combination of Middle Eastern compositional style and Malay beautifying components, such as the utilization of bamboo in the structure and of teak wood in the perfectly cut platform.
A small patch of a coquina of disarticulated oyster shells can be seen plastered against part of the wave cut platform near the western extremity of the island and gave a carbon dating of ca 650 years BP (Fig.
In the coming months, Bill King, Mike Harris' long-time executive assistant, and Long met with Whitman adviser Michael Murphy to study how the tax cut platform took the state by storm.