storm beach

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storm beach

[′stȯrm ‚bēch]
(geology)
A ridge composed of gravel or shingle built up by storm waves at the inner margin of a beach.
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Vast storm beaches like Llangennith or Freshwater West are heaven to a variety of species such as bass and mullet and the anglers who pursue them.
Vast storm beaches like Llangennith or Freshwater West are heaven to a variety of species such as bass and mullet and the anglers who pursue them, as are the rugged coastlines of the Gower and Pembrokeshire and the long sandy estuaries such as the Loughor,Dyfi and Tywi.
And his latest adventure, tackling the storm beaches near Kinsale, finished with a count of 25 bass - the biggest a very creditable 8lb.
This is alook at the feud between free-hand graffiti writer King Robbo and the stencil-using Banksy,which has its roots in the early 1990s, but re-ignited in 2009 when Banksy was Vast storm beaches like Llangennith or Freshwater West are heaven to a variety of species such as bass and mullet and the anglers who pursue them, as are the rugged coastlines of the Gower and Pembrokeshire alleged to have defaced one of his rival'sworks in a serious breach of graffiti etiquette.