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Geography (of a river, valley, or land surface) in the final stage of the cycle of erosion, characterized by flat extensive flood plains and minimum relief
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Knitted on modern machinery, the design is inspired by an old hand frame knitted creation in the Shetland style and features a fleur de lis pattern and hand- finished scalloped edge with a wide patterned border.
He's an absolute natural and jumps like an old hand.
Old hand James Grieves will today try to add the Premier League Fours title to his Pairs crown - and it could be his last chance.
RESIDENTS in the Vale of Glamorgan are being urged to donate their old hand tools to boost development projects around the world.
Summary: BEIRUT: Four old hand grenades were found in a Batroun waste dump Sunday when one of them detonated, causing no injuries, according to security sources.
The alarm was sounded when someone turned up to hand in the old hand grenade to local police officers.
Another old hand from the Treasury, Jeremy Heywood, will advise on domestic policy and strategy.
THE Old Hand and Diamond has provided a stop-off refreshment point for those travelling from Shropshire into Wales since the 17th century.
Velasco is an old hand, having participated in governments since the left returned to power in 1990.
But director Dan Curtis (The Winds of War) is an old hand at shuffling multiple story lines.
However, one experienced old hand said that he had received refunds under those circumstances from the BOE by filing Form BOE-101, which can be obtained at www.
It was excellent advice from an old hand who was as much responsible for the successful return of everyone as Lt.