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barranca

[bə′raŋ·kə]
(geology)
A hole or deep break made by heavy rain; a ravine.
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At first, I wanted to write this journal on the visit to the Barranca, but then I thought more into it.
Drilling on the Barrancas Central and North targets continues to intersect multiple epithermal quartz-carbonate vein and stock work zones ranging from 1.
Repsol/YPF in late 2004 made a gas discovery with the first of 11 wells it planned to drill on the Barrancas block, 225 miles south-east of Maracaibo.
Lots of times at our course we have barrancas a typical 6-, 7- or 8-year-old is not going to be able to handle.
The front nine at Las Barrancas offers a number of birdie opportunities, along with stellar views of the nearby desert and Gila Mountains.
This first exploratory well is one of eleven to be drilled on the Barrancas block, which was awarded to Repsol/YPF in 2001 in a deal under a new law for exploration and exploitation of non-associated gas.
Frederick said several factors aided the quick recovery: Oakmont's good sand base, barrancas that cross the course and help drainage, a 115-foot slope from the north end of the course to the southern tip and yearlong preventive maintenance that enhances drainage.
Participants hike while burros carry their gear across the Sierra and through the massive river systems of the Barrancas del Cobre.
Inurnment will be held at Barrancas National Cemetery in Pensacola, Fla.
Contract awarded for Dishes For Jjvv High Barrancas, Folio 135 Sc 1307 Budget.
Seldom spectacular and as seldom in trouble, Faldo dodged Riviera's barrancas and most of its trees, navigated cautiously through shifting, gusting winds and putted in all the right places Sunday while pulling away from his closest pursuers.
NYSE: ICA), Mexico's largest construction company, today announced that it received approval from the federal government to extend its Plan de Barrancas highway concession.