rolling beach

rolling beach

[′rōl·iŋ ′bēch]
(geology)
At the base of a sea cliff, the upper part of an accumulation of boulder sand pebbles which is being ground to sand and finer particles.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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I went to Miami once, and if you're going to judge a place by its airport I'm telling you now that city, rolling beach, iconic 1930s' architecture and all, is a dump.
Severance had sold the properties in question, five of our eight Supreme Court justices (one did not participate) definitively ruled that a rolling beach easement does not exist under Texas law, and that in November 1840 the Republic of Texas surrendered any and all claims to the West Beach when it sold the "Jones & Hall Grant." Two of the three West Beach properties at issue in this case lie within that land grant.
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