dew pond


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dew pond

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(Civil Engineering) a shallow pond, usually man-made, that is kept supplied with water by dew and condensation
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50 Doncaster The hat-trick-seeking Dew Pond is likely to be a warm order running off effectively a 2lb lower mark than when readily winning an apprentice contest over course and distance 12 days ago (his jockey can claim her full allowance here).
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You see, for most of our time stomping on Earth, men have not known what they really look like; but, after her first hurried glimpse of her reflection in a dew pond, woman scurried back to the cave to apply some makeup.
The enormous pattern formed around a dew pond in a field and has left crop circle experts scratching their heads for a meaning.
In "Rivermouths," 1996-2000, a coastline erodes; in "Rockfalls," 1994-2000, a cliff face crumbles; and in "Ponds," 1996-2000, a dew pond fills out.
3) fought off 11-4 market rival Dew Pond (2), but that battle appeared to take its toll and the market leader was caught by the conservatively ridden 28-1 chance Frosty Berry, who had traded at a high of 240.
When Mr Fisher and his wife, Pat, bought the hall in 1974, the 50ft dew pond had completely dried up.
Landscaping on the 10-acre site includes a croquet lawn originally designed as a Georgian bowling green, a rockery and dew ponds.
By late summer the hills were dry, every rock and piece of dirt was dry, the stream beds, river beds, hollows in the ground that might have been dew ponds were all dry.