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[′gärd·ən·iŋ]
(astronomy)
A phenomenon in which the lunar regolith is constantly churning at a very slow rate because of successive impacts; the result is that bottom material is brought up to the top and surface material is buried.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Bees Knees is now launching a major marketing campaign to promote the landscaping and garden maintenance side of the business, with business advice and support provided by Nicholas Exley of Entrepreneur Action.
The courses include: * An introduction to garden design from Saturday, September 22, at 10am to 1pm; * An introduction to planting design from Thursday, September 27, from 9am to noon, and * Gardening and garden maintenance from Thursday, September 27, from 1-3.30pm.
Carers will receive money to spend on support services as a direct payment with help offered towards household and garden maintenance, personal development for activities from driving lessons to adult education, respite care, and leisure interests.
A GARDEN maintenance scheme for older people is to be rolled out.
A TELEVISION series of the Sopranos showed how a garden maintenance company was threatened by thugs who took the work off them.
Topics addressed include habitat gardening; low water, low maintenance; favorite flowers and foliage; garden produce; garden maintenance; cycle of seasons; and garden design.
Garden maintenance can be arranged with the estate for an agreed additional charge.
"Hopefully the columns will provide a small insight into some of the activities taking place at the college, giving readers helpful seasonal guidance for garden maintenance and development."
THE FRUGAL SENIOR: HUNDREDS OF CREATIVE WAYS TO STRETCH A DOLLAR covers everything from handling rising energy costs to recycling old clothing, simplifying garden maintenance, reducing the costs of gift-giving, and more.
Wales could have a wonderful centre for training and education in gardening and horticulture, enabling many people to set up their own garden maintenance or landscape businesses.
GREEN FOR GROW: Emma Csoppu and Tom Richardson who have launched garden maintenance firm Two To Mow a Meadow