shore terrace

shore terrace

[′shȯr ‚ter·əs]
(geology)
A terrace produced along the shore by wave and current action.
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As always, the Shore Terrace busway will be closed to traffic from 2pm on Saturday afternoon, so party-goers are urged to travel by bus.
THE WINE PRESS 16 Shore Terrace, Dundee THE DRINK Pint of lager PS4.20 Fresh orange and lemonade PS2.00 Prosecco - glass PS5.50 Vodka and coke PS3.70 Top cocktail Little Red Door - Portobello Road gin,sage syrup, Lambrusco, lemon juice PS10.50 THE FOOD Star dish Herby tomato and potato soup PS4.50 Roasted halloumi and peppers PS4.00
At least half of the crabs fitted with radio transmitters descended to the lowest shore terrace, immediately above the ocean.
The males excavate burrows, which they must defend from other males, on the lowest shore terraces; mating occurs in or near the burrows.
"The migratory season" (initiated by the arrival of the wet season, usually in November or December) is used in this study to collectively refer to the breeding behavior of the crabs, including the annual breeding migration, the related breeding activities, and the return journey from the shore terraces to the forest.
The crabs with radio transmitters from the Yellow site took between 10 and 13 days to travel 1.2 km to the shore terraces (Fig.
Depute fiscal Claire Millar said Ross had left the dumper truck on a building site at Shore Terrace, Dundee, after he finished work on August 26 but kept his set of keys.
"He had not been drinking for some time and he found himself in a pub near Shore Terrace.
The centre in Shore Terrace will offer help on a variety of issues including bullying, drug and alcohol abuse as well as advice on sex.
In contrast, crabs returning from breeding activities on the shore terraces had significantly depleted glycogen stores.
Alternatively, do they take more time to complete the downward migration--thus arriving at the shore terraces fit for combat, with ample energy stores--and then attempt to displace already reside nt crabs from their burrows?
The second group, referred to as the "PM" group, consisted of crabs sampled in the afternoon, at about 1630, after they had been walking for most of the day (Adamczewska and Morris, 2001) and had crossed Murray Road towards the shore terraces and the coast.

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