valley plain

valley plain

[′val·ē ‚plān]
(geology)
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Contract notice: catering services for receptions, official events and meetings of the valley plain agglomeration community
#HANDSOFFHRI campaigner Nicola Jowett told local health blog Upper Calder Valley Plain Speaker: "This is pushing things behind closed doors where those most affected cannot see.
Given that Taipower has conducted drilling tests in Hualien county's Xiulin township near Nan'ao, all signs point to the greater Nan'ao area, which covers a river valley plain south of Suao Township, as the final choice, Chen said.
The first sight of the flat northern Bek Valley and the Orontes valley plain comes after passing through the hamlet of Mrah al-Arab.
He said: "My constituency covers the Tees valley plain, which, according to an independent report, can cater for between only 20 and 25 wind turbines, but 62 are planned and proposed.
His motorcade speeds along the highway which cuts through the fertile valley plain before slowing to negotiate the narrow alleys of a remote farming village.Aa
This was proved in two internships, the first as an Integrated Solutions Consultant intern at Valley Plains Equipment in Crookston, Minnesota.
* Trek across fertile valley plains and high-altitude mountain passes
Garments use the same type of quick-dry fabric as leading sports brands as Nike and Adidas, and are tested under extreme conditions, in snow on Mount Kenya and in the heat of the Rift Valley plains. Every purchase injects revenue back into the Kenyan economy.
In Chapters 4 through 7, the author still carefully highlights the gendered nature of language learning and preservation by focusing on two topographical regions: the Eastern Anti-Atlas Mountains and the Sous Valley plains. Chapters 4 and 5 center on the Anti-Atlas Mountains and examine the gendered meanings of tamazirt (homeland), which point to the impossibility of generalizing rurality and urbanity as categorical wholes to be understood as antithetical to each other.
Besides, pioneering local growers at the Mas de Daumas Gassac and the Domaine de la Grange had already shown the potential of vines planted in low-yield hillside plots rather than fertile valley plains. And whereupon the Languedoc region embarked upon one of the most extraordinary turnarounds in winemaking history--much to the Cripps' delight--for they see themselves as part and parcel of the process of demonstrating to a sometimes-skeptical world that a Herault wine can, if nurtured with enough tender loving care, hold its head high next to the best of Bordeaux.

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