windrow

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windrow

[′win‚drō]
(geology)
Any accumulation of material formed by wind or tide action.
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TRACTOR TIRE CHART TIRE SURFACE APPLICATION R-1 Dirt, Mud, Snow Typical Farm Use R-1W Slick Mud or Clay Manure Pits or Clay Fields R-1HA Field Wind Rows Row Cropping in Fields R-2 Bogs, Paddies Rice or Cranberry Farming R-3 Lawn and Turf Lawns, Hay, or Golf Courses R-4 Dirt, Snow, Hard Surfaces General Farm or Industrial HF Dirt and Sand Low Compaction, Industrial F-1 Fieldwork Classic Front Axle Design F-2 Fieldwork 2nd Generation of F-1 F-2M Fieldwork Heavy Farm Tractors F-3 Hard Surfaces Backhoe, Industrial
Mary's River to remove the wind rows created by bow thrusters from larger ships.
With the wind rows removed, amounting to approximately 145 (metric) tonnes, Dolcetti says there is enough depth to accommodate the MS Columbus.