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strath

Scot a broad flat river valley
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strath

[strath]
(geology)
A broad, elongate depression with steep sides on the continental shelf.
An extensive remnant of a broad, flat valley floor that has undergone degradation following uplift.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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A Strath and C Simpson lost to R Nielsen and S Jamieson 2 and 1.
Strath Tummel, Perthshire THE INN AT LOCH TUMMEL THE DRINK Pint of lager (Schiehallion) PS5.00 Fresh orange and lemonade PS3.25 Prosecco - glass (200ml) PS8.50 Vodka and coke PS6.00 Top cocktail Old Fashioned - classic with whiskey, bitters, citrus twists and served on the rocks PS8.95 THE FOOD Star dish Shetland steamed mussels with garlic, white wine and cream sauce and chips PS13.00
Edward Bromwich joins Sarah Simon, Tina Strath and Pip Spark on their bikes
He added: "They have officially stopped delivering to the Strath so I am left with a 90-mile round trip, which is very difficult because of my caring commitment to my mother."
After going down by just a short head to Twilight Son in last year's Sprint Cup, it would not have been unreasonable to have expected Strath Burn to be at least holding his own in Pattern company this year.
Robert Cowell, trainer of Kingsgate Native and Strath Burn Kingsgate Native hasn't had the rub of the green this year, besides that good run in the Palace House.
Strath Burn has upwards of 4lb in hand of his rivals here judged on his official rating of 116, but the conditions of the race mean he escapes any penalty for last season's exploits.
The rates of erosional downcutting of strath terraces changed between 0.02 to 2 mm /yr, increasing in the Late Pleistocene and Holocene in the western portion of the Outer Western Carpathians (OWC), when intensive erosion was restricted to neotectonically active elevations truncated by the Raba and Dunajec river valleys (Zuchiewicz, 1984, 1995, 1998; Wojcik, 1989; Olszak, 2008).
Daniel McDaid, 70, and his brother Francis, 68, both from Bunn Culkenny, Malin, Co Donegal, drowned when their boat, the Strath Marie, was involved in a collision on March 14, 2008.
Ad farmer-funded accts: Alberta Pork (projects), 1999; Canada Pork (projects), 1999; Manitoba Pork Council, 1994; New Brunswick Pork (projects), 2001; PEI Pork (projects), 1998; Pork Nova Scotia (projects), 1998; Sask Pork (projects), 1999 (all Jennifer Strath)
AFTER FULL EMPLOYMENT: EUROPEAN DISCOURSES ON WORK AND FLEXIBILITY Bo Strath (editor) PIE-Peter Lang, Brussels, 2000, 302 pp, USD 34:95, ISBN 90-5201-925-8
WETHERBY'S Charlie Hall Chase threw up more questions than it answered regarding the destination of next March's Gold Cup as the big guns were spiked by Strath Royal.

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