Unite, Britain's biggest union, has accused the Clydesdale and Yorkshire banks of eroding
community banking in England and Scotland with the closure of 28 bank branches.
Partly as a result of sand mining, the 10-mile stretch between southern Ocean Beach and Point San Pedro near Pacifica is eroding
faster than any other section of coastline in California, according to the U.
The technique involves securing large spruce logs at the base of eroding
river banks and attaching the Christmas trees to them.
Scientists studied more than 650 miles of the New England and Mid-Atlantic coasts and found the average rate of coastal change - taking into account beaches that are both eroding
and prograding-was negative 1.
The same holds for those wishing to work beyond 70, because they would no longer be forced to retire at 65 or younger, eroding
job skills and recent employment experience to the point where re-employment is out of the question.
They understand the devastation of eroding
market share, revenues and overall fiscal viability.
They say these new agencies have reduced their budgets substantially without eroding
In many ways similar in structure to Robert Duncan's series Passages and Structure of Rime, each of which included poems from several of Duncan's books of poetry, Mackey's series are both continued from his earlier collection, Eroding
Says a company spokesman, "We see upwards pricing for first quarter, as prices have been eroding
and we have incurred higher feedstock costs.
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It also finds that - contrary to previous scholarship - rivers are as powerful as glaciers at eroding