original valley

original valley

[ə′rij·ən·əl ′val·ē]
(geology)
A valley formed by hypogene action or by epigene action other than that of running water.
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Boon House (1847), and the Pleasant Grove Church (1858) - all were moved to this site from their original valley locations in coordination between the Mission Mill Museum Association and the Marion County Historical Society, which merged in 2010 to form the Willamette Heritage Center.
The credits shown now are an amalgam of about 10 valleys and villages from throughout South Wales including some of the original valley around Cwm Rheidol.
He examines the strategy of reconstruction instigated by Derrida, the reception of Derrida's thought, his partial exit from phenomenology, deconstruction and what has been called the "Gay Science of Indeterminacy," passages and departures toward the other, the deconstruction of the "fraternal other" and "the original valley of the other," the gifts and politics as well as the ethics of responsibility of the other, violence toward the other in terms of religion and forgiveness, and the ends of Man and self- reflexivity.
Boards of selectmen voting on their town meeting warrants were caught off guard by the original Valley Tech request.
The San Fernando Valley Fair then returned to its traditional home in 2004 -- at Hansen Dam -- only to be forced back into exile last year after fighting over where exactly it should be in the Valley, the original Valley.
The original Valley Implementation Plan (VIP), designed to combine short-term rebuilding needs with long-term goals of reducing congestion, quickly generated controversy.
I'm very proud of where I was born," Hollingsworth said, noting that she's "the original Valley girl.
She was most proud of the fact that she was "One of the Original Valley Girls".
A great-grandfather, John Isham, was an original valley homesteader.
Q: I have a small area of original Valley Concord grapes.