Sloping shore | Article about sloping shore by The Free Dictionary
A flying shore
that is at an angle to the horizontal, rather than being horizontal.
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Several cast in-situ concrete beams are constructed in a series of long traversing steps from near the waterline and up the sloping shore
, which at one location has a gradient of 15 degrees.
It tells the personal tales of Jeff Morris, John Tuller, Marty Gibson, and Jim, Eric and Tina Hazlitt, all renown growers of super premium wine grapes on the sloping shores
of Seneca Lake.
The gently sloping shores
around the Aquasport Diving Centre at the Taba Hilton are as close to perfect as it gets.