duneland

duneland

(ˈdjuːnˌlænd)
n
1. (Physical Geography)
a. an area of land that is characterized by dunes
b. (as modifier): the duneland masterpiece of Saunton Golf Club.
2. (Physical Geography) (as modifier): the duneland masterpiece of Saunton Golf Club.
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Phillips is a genealogical historian and owner of Onward To Our Past[R] Genealogy & History Services Company in Duneland Beach, Indiana.
Volunteers are being sought to help drive forward the schemes, which involve improving public access and usage of wasteland in the Spital / Welfare Crescent and the Moor Estate amenity field, and restoring duneland.
The major research areas includes rainwater harvesting, desertification control through Sand Dune Fixation and Stabilization, Duneland Afforestation, Rangeland Management,
The major research areas includes rainwater harvesting, desertification control through Sand Dune Fixation and Stabilization, Duneland Afforestation, Rangeland Management, Grassland Development, Agro-forestry, Saline Agriculture, Silvipasture, Arid-horticulture and Saline Fish Farming.
More than 200 square metres of duneland, close to an unique nesting site for rare birds, were set ablaze by the firework.
Anthony's Memorial Health Centers and Saint Margaret Mercy Healthcare Centers, Duneland Health & Wellness Institute provides onsite health assessments and education presentations on topics related to health wellness, fitness, nutrition, workplace safety, injury prevention and sport.
Now 38, Lawrie returns to the scene of his triumph with his personal memory bank in overdrive at the prospect of the tackling the vast tract of Tayside duneland.
Rugged rough and duneland, several elevated greens, five par fives Defending champion Tim Clark (at Durban CC) Past champions taking part Ernie Els (3), David Frost, Retief Goosen, Tim Clark (2), Trevor Immelman (2) Open record 267 Tony Johnstone (Durban CC, 1993) Place your bets By close of business tonight TV Live on Sky all four days, starting at 12.
It is spread over more than 7,000 yards of classic duneland, and its merit is implicit in Casey's expectations of the place.
In heath, duneland, savanna, all treeless spaces, the immersing sense of waiting, the unfathomable lassitude, the purling, the quick tenuity of things.
Virtually surrounded by the Atlantic and within sight of Malin Head on the Inishowen peninsula, the two courses there occupy a vast 365-acre stretch of rough duneland hugging the curving shore of Pollan Bay.
The Duneland School Corporation, with the purchase of the Sports-O-Zone machine, becomes the first in the State of Indiana to take steps to proactively protect its athletes from the deadly MRSA virus.