flat yard

flat yard

[′flat ‚yärd]
(civil engineering)
A switchyard in which railroad cars are moved by locomotives, not by gravity.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Those things include which part of the lake you like, whether you like a flat yard or a scenic view from a high point above the water, whether you want the best vantage points for watching sunsets, or whether you enjoy boating.
Expanses of glass sliders open along one wall to a slender courtyard with a massive water feature, and along the opposite wall to a flat yard with a saltwater pool, a spa, and sweeping city, coastline, and ocean views.
Beshcizza said of Alan King's charge: "He's not ran in two-and-a-half months and I think if he was in a Flat yard you'd think he'd need it (the run), but he came here as fit as a flea."
Beshcizza said of Alan King's charge: "He has not ran in two-and-a-half months and I think if he was in a Flat yard you would think he would need it (the run) but he came here as fit as a flea."
"He's not ran in two and a half months and I think if he was in a Flat yard you'd think he'd need it (the run), but he came here as fit as a flea.
The backyard is a large flat yard that has room for a garden.
So, of late, I have a clean and flat yard. But I would not use this method around food crops either, because of the bacteria dogs carry.
If you're stuck with a perfectly flat yard, a mounded "island" of earth is a great place to isolate and display plantings, yard ornaments, boulders or other eye-catching features.
To give height to the formerly flat yard, the planting bed just off the back of the house was raised.
The back of the house opens to a flat yard that incorporates a dining loggia, a built-in grilling station, expansive stone terracing, a generous sweep of lawn, a tented cabana alongside a swimming pool, a grotto-like spa, and a water slide.
Jan - known to pals as Wee Wilson - had previously worked for horse trainer Ferdy Murphy at his National Hunt yard in North Yorkshire in 2007 He said: "The intention was always for her to go to an established Flat yard.
Although the essentially flat yard presented no access issues or design challenges, it still wasn't a slam-dunk for Edwards.