rock fan

rock fan

[′räk ‚fan]
(geology)
A fan-shaped bedrock surface whose apex is where a mountain stream debouches upon a piedmont slope, and which occupies an area where a pediment meets the mountain slope.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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A ROCK fan is detained in a psychiatric unit after he was charged with harassing the wife of heavy metal band Cradle of Filth's singer.
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ROCK fan Robbie English spent hours on the internet trying to get tickets to see his idols Black Sabbath.
A spokesman said: "It's a classic rock fan's ultimate live juke box!" Expect to hear the music of The Eagles from their Greatest Hits album, Led Zeppelin's IV, Dire Straits' Brothers In Arms, Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon and The Wall.
An collection by an expert journalist and rock fan, for rock fans, offering a unique glimpse into the personalities who made the legendary music.
Growing up as a black punk rock fan in both Southern California and New York, Spooner longed to connect with a community of black fans who both shared his love of punk music and understood his feelings of alienation as a person of color in the mostly white scene.
The event was hosted by Tory MP - and rock fan - Mike Weatherley as part of his Rock The House project to raise awareness of intellectual property rights.
The Black Sabbath guitarist along with Jethro Tull frontman Ian Anderson, Marillion star Fish, and guitarist Gary Moore have supported the purchase of the station by rock fan Malcolm Bluemel from previous owners GCap.
ROCK fan Jack McConnell will be heading to Balado today after meeting Tony Blair in London yesterday.
A ROCK fan has survived after lying down on train tracks and being hit by a 150mph express.
A YOUNG rock fan believed to be from Denbighshire has died following a drug overdose at a music festival.