sand strip

sand strip

[′san ‚strip]
(geology)
A long, narrow ridge of sand extending for a long distance downwind from each horn of a dune.
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You do not have too narrow of a sand strip to run on (that you'll also be sharing with walkers, swimmers, and sunbathers)
The Shamsi airfield - mainly a sand strip with no control tower, is located in Balochistan.
A sand strip rises almost vertically for five furlongs, twisting and turning, the odd plateau for a brief breather but a hugely formidable test.
Only 250 metres from the widest part of the sand strip in Sunny Beach and a mere 300 metres away from the proposed Municipality Aqua Park.
When they detonated the explosives, Ivanov and Provalov found that the resulting shock wave disturbed only the central sandpile, not the nearby sand strip or sand-filled holes.
Many areas of the sand strips (so-called beaches) are littered by dogs' excreta.
Ansley players test their skills on the sunny Majorcan sand strips at Malaguf
Serrations on the inside sufface eliminate the need for sand strips and provide mold venting.
The calf lost its way along the banks of River Teesta and was rampantly moving on the sand strips when the forest rangers spotted it.