undercliff


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undercliff

(ˈʌndəˌklɪf)
n
(Physical Geography) a low cliff created by extreme weather
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The strike at Undercliff Hall in Cleadon Village, Tyne and Wear, caused only minor damage.
Equally movie-like is the path that leads through the Undercliff, a slightly sinister wooded area that could easily be hobbit territory.
Friday, February 5, 2016 at themain entrance to Eleanor Van Gelder School, 251 Undercliff Ave.
And that's how we find ourselves spending the weekend in a keeper's cottage at St Catherine's Point Lighthouse, Niton Undercliff, at the most southerly point of the Isle of Wight.
The car had "miraculously" managed to clear the undercliff promenade after leaving the A259, landing in the water, the spokesman said.
Brooding St Catherine's Point Lighthouse at Niton Undercliff, the Isle of Wight
Two noteworthy projects in the Greater New York Metro area are the rehabilitation of the Alexander Hamilton Bridge including the 1-95 corridor between Amsterdam Avenue and Undercliff Avenue in the Bronx, and construction of Yankee Stadium Station.
Bruce Foye's The Goat won in the Sydney 38 division from Utopia (John Messenger) and Undercliff PS Wild One (Larki Missiris).
I live in Sydney, Australia, in a small place called Undercliff and my world has it all; witches, vampires, goblins, giants, superheroes, super villains, fire breathing dragons, demons and the humans the hunt them all.
I have no doubt that when the Undercliff drive to Boscombe is completed, the upper road will then be fully lighted, and those who used to repair thither to learn or to teach simple open-air astronomy will in time find their sky views marred by the glare of lights.
From rolling, broad-backed open downs, tranquil estuaries that teem with bird life and glorious ancient woodland to sandy bays, wooded chines and the unstable undercliff along the southern coast, the island's natural assets have long been a source of enjoyment and wonder, enticing the earliest tourists back in the late 18th and early 19th centuries.
Flo's villainy is contrasted with the benevolence of her successor, the similarly clever but sexually benign, socially marginalized, and eminently good Peggy Undercliff.