esker

[ US /ˈɛskɝ/ ]
NOUN
  1. (geology) a long winding ridge of post glacial gravel and other sediment; deposited by meltwater from glaciers or ice sheets
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  • In die lig van Suid-Afrika se tragiese apartheidserfnis en polarisasie, is dit dringend noodsaaklik dat beskerming en selfbeskikking verleen word aan alle groepe, ongeag ras of kleur, op 'n wyse wat strook met federale demokrasie soos deur die hele wereld beoefen en gerespekteer word, se hy.' n Federale stelsel sal ANC Daily News Briefing
  • Wetlands may overlie important groundwater aquifers, especially on moraines, eskers, and fluvioglacial deposits.
  • The long sand and gravel bodies called eskers were formed in subglacial cave-like tunnels where sand and gravel were deposited by flowing water.
  • Greenhill Rapids is a ¾-mile-long cauldron across the backbone of an esker, one of those weird rock formations created by the dragging fingers of a receding glacier. T.
  • Empat = fourth day of the week, work and school day escollo = island, name of a Fling in the East Tendril esker = ridge of gravel deposited by water ethicist = ethicist (elected every half-year, settles interim questions of public good unless larger vote is required) Archive 2004-12-12
  • The new quarry will destroy the undesignated, unforested eskers and also the burial cairns.
  • De blev anlagt her, således at arbejdende klasse mennesker kunne blive sat ud af systemet, fordi de ville have krævet mere løn, og demokrati, rettigheder, nu dette EU-NWO fascisme takles disse mennesker til at gøre lav betaling arbejde her-og give service jobs til disse indvandrere eller unge, der ikke kræver ret meget, – og de ikke nødvendigvis betaler skat enten …? Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » Regulation Gone Mad
  • This word came from the Basque word esker, and perhaps more noticeably, from the unrecorded Basque derivative ezkerdo. Web Translations » Blog Archive » Anyone for a glass of kalimotxo and a pintxo?
  • A high glacial esker parallels the river, and it's pleasant to hike for miles along the open tundra on top of the esker with a good view of the surrounding country and a long view of the river's course, and then drop down to river level to fish your way back up to the lake. Big Brookies in a River You Can Wade
  • Arnold Wesker's tremendous 1959 play expanded the frontiers of drama in that it was one of the first to seriously dramatise work. Theatre review: The Kitchen at Oliver, London | Michael Billington
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