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windblown

1. (of trees, shrubs, etc.) growing in a shape determined by the prevailing winds
2. NZ (of trees) felled by the wind
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He added: "Over the years, a large build up of sand has accumulated and now comes right to the top of the secondary sea wall, which encourages windblown sand entering the area towards the properties of West Shore.
Hilex will include statements on a website that discuss ways to prevent windblown litter.
Some have permanent fences, railed track and a smart weighing room, others have portable fences, windblown tents and take place in a bare field.
In addition, some fear that windblown pollen could spread the trees' altered DNA to related tree species, creating woody weeds with few practical uses.
10] data and to eliminate influences such as windblown dust led to a high number of cities in the northeastern quadrant of the country.
of Waterford, Michigan, is a weatherproof cover that protects from windblown dust, rain, splashing water, ice damage, and corrosion.
She's been introduced to environmentalism and helps us identify, find, save, and protect windblown seedlings," Carl says.
And sometimes it happens that a windblown seed will bury itself in the aural canal displacing equilibrium.
It's the point when windblown particles of soil are either blown back to earth or kept aloft," he says.
Seal-It Flashing has superior adhesion qualities and is the only flashing that passed hurricane-level windblown rain tests.
Cover lower down is patchy at Cairngorm and high pistes are very hard and windblown.