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driftwood

wood floating on or washed ashore by the sea or other body of water
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Lucy Wall, eight, and Sam Mugliston, 11, of Bryn Hafod Primary School, sing with Chris Stoodley from the band Under the Driftwood Tree PICTURE: Mark Fraser [umlaut]
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I love sinking my feet in the sand, the scent of driftwood, the look of shivery grasses on wind-swept dunes," he says.
In a field dominated by indie guitar and some strong hip hop, Under The Driftwood took the title for their alt.
The piece of art, which also inclues 12 driftwood chairs, is made from wood collected from Belize, Vancouver Island, Tanzania and Borneo, with help from the World Wildlife Fund.
John Horton, the boatman in charge of the Electra, said driftwood wedged the boat in the tunnel after the propellor had become fouled by debris.
The following factors, among others, could cause actual results to differ from those set forth in the forward-looking statements: general economic conditions; geopolitical events and regulatory changes; requirements or changes adversely affecting the businesses in which Driftwood and Zoo Games is engaged; demand for the products and services that Driftwood and Zoo Games provides, as well as other relevant risks detailed in Driftwood's filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Walks and brief explorations of the area were relaxing enough for us, though Driftwood does offer all sorts of massages and treatments if you really want to pamper yourself.
Now her eclectic exhibition, entitled From People To Pots, in media so mixed it includes a driftwood crucifix, has gone on display at Oriel Ynys Min, Llangefni.
The architects suggest that 'just as finding treasures among the driftwood that has washed ashore, the visitor collects his or her own sound out of the ocean murmur' that emerges through the metallic metaphor of the sea's surface.
When our art-loving school secretary donated several large pieces of driftwood, I looked at them for a while and noticed they resembled a trail.