Dungeness


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Dungeness

a low shingle headland on the S coast of England, in Kent: two nuclear power stations: automatic lighthouse
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Latitudinal variation in the Dungeness crab, Cancer magister: zoea!
Hundreds of families in the neighbouring villages of Dungeness and Lydd were warned to shut their windows because of thick smoke caused by the fire.
A spokesman at Dungeness B said: "She's enjoying herself in there.
The company's CEO Jerome de Parscau stated : "The new Data Processing and Control System of Dungeness B in the UK has been accepted by the Safety Authorities and is now offered by Atos as a framework for best practise to help any nuclear power operator ensure similar replacements or implementation of new built superannuated computer systems can be planned and executed safely and efficiently."
Dungeness crab is Oregon's single most valuable fishery for a reason: It's the best crab there is.
On the table at Pink Pearl that evening: Steamed Black Cod in preserved vegetables, Basa fillet with garlic and roasted pork hot pot, Pan fried clams in black bean sauce, oysters with ginger and green onion sizzling hot plate, dungeness crab with spicy dry garlic and beef and lettuce fried rice.
A barrier of shingle built up between Dymchurch and Dungeness creating lagoons and then saltmarsh.'
The steel and nylon mesh pots stacked like LEGOS aboard the show's fishing vessels are manufactured by Dungeness Gear Works.
The team tackled their first UK nuclear dive at Magnoxs Dungeness A Site in 2016.
PACE Youth Theatre will perform Dungeness, an exciting new piece of writing by Chris Thompson, at the National Theatre's 2018 Connections Festival.
Elizabeth Webb, 32, along with Anna Humphries, Rachel Allen, Emma Thurtle and Amy Warren successfully relayed across the English Channel on a stand-up paddleboard from Dungeness to Bologne-Sur-Mer in France on Monday (May 21).
On the Pacific coast of Canada and the northern US, countless Dungeness crabs are caught every year by casual fishermen.