natural bed

natural bed

Of a stone, a plane parallel to its natural strata.
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A private town shellfish lease in Westport, CT, near the mouth of the Saugatuck River was used as the experimental natural bed (Lease 366, 41'06.147[degrees] N, 73'22.210[degrees] W).
LA Mayor Eric Garcetti said the architect is working on the project voluntarily and producing "a master plan, in the truest sense of the word" for the watercourse which runs through a natural bed before being channeled into concrete culverts in the city.
And you can rest assured that you're not doing the environment any damage, as the Natural Bed Company only uses sustainably sourced timber.
It will serve as a reminder to one of Northern Ireland's most talented footballers that excess and immaturity are not natural bed fellows to success and progress.
The report recommends a restoration program that entails removing the revetments along a two-mile stretch of the river, as well as a reconstruction of the river's natural bed, which would spur growth of new cottonwoods to replace the old ones.
Spheres for aromatherapy are just one of the au naturel amenities at the Natural Bed & Breakfast inn in Tucson.
After Shellfish I established that natural beds could not be staked or cultivated, the court in Shellfish II defined a natural shellfish bed as capable of supporting a commercial livelihood.(211) It also established a quantifiable minimum of manila clams per square foot that would satisfy this standard.(212) Beds with clam densities below this minimum would not meet the definition of natural bed.(213) These beds could therefore not be staked or cultivated and were excluded from the tribes' fishery.
In what is becoming the Garden of the Golf, as opposed to the Garden of the Gulf, the Lucy Maud industry and its expansion has made Island doll peddlers, innkeepers and smart, smooth-pitching producers "from away" natural bed buddies.