extended valley

extended valley

[ik¦stend·əd ′val·ē]
(geology)
A valley that is lengthened downstream either by a regression of the sea or by uplift of the coastal region.
A valley formed by or containing an extended stream.
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Rugby Town ..........................................0 Belper Town ..........................................1 A REUBEN Wiggin-Thomas penalty on 55 minutes extended Valley's winless run to ten matches.
For PWM control, the FAN6920MR provides extended valley detect up to the 12th valley cycle for reduced switching frequency, improved light load efficiency, green-mode operation, an internal 10 ms soft start and high/low line over-power compensation.
*** My story is painful, but simple and short I lived peacefully under the mountain shade, The extended valley in front of me, mountains behind, I felt eternally safe, living in tranquility, content, Never knowing hatred or grief, *** I love all people, My home was an oasis, For the lost, the wonderer, and the bereaved, They came from everywhere, Before the avalanche my Son I dreamt that one day I would be The Sudan What happened, you asked?
Although consumer spending has traditionally been tied to job prospects, government actions will act as a bridge that will help the economy cross over this extended valley of almost nonexistent hiring.
An assured Cunniff finish extended Valley's lead again, and then Kolodynski completed yet another Town treble from the spot.
He added that during the previous days, we crossed extended valleys in our beloved country and we had a good opportunity to view a unique, various environment with its various terrains and climate.
This time last week, this newspaper ran a special investigation into the impact Cardiff Blues are having on the umbrella clubs in their extended valleys region.
And that could lead to intensified calls for the Arms Park side to follow suit as they attempt to win hearts and minds inside their extended valleys boundary.
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