refuge area


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refuge area

A coastal area considered safe from enemy attack to which merchant ships may be ordered to proceed when the shipping movement policy is implemented. See also safe anchorage.
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Road repair works of the said refuge area between the moat northern basins and Sadi Carnot building on the site of the City of Science and Industry.
The Lane County planning director last year rejected the subdivision plan, saying it "will result in degradation of the floodplain refuge area by replacing the open golf course with multiple structures and impervious surfaces.
Terence Poolman drove his lorry straight into the 40-year-old RAC man who was working on a vehicle in an emergency refuge area on the M6 in the West Midlands when the crash happened last year.
Jack, my 4-year-old golden retriever, is scanning the sky for ducks and geese at Summer Lake Wildlife Refuge Area in southeast Oregon.
It also said that space which was reserved as a refuge area at the project site in Worli has been sold.
Occupants evacuating from above discharge into the refuge area and must re-enter a stair at a different location to continue down.
The movie also depicts efforts by a number of Westerners, including a member of Germany s Nazi party who was working in China for Siemens at the time, to try to protect locals from the Japanese soldiers by setting up and running a refuge area.
The movie also depicts efforts by a number of Westerners, including a member of Germany's Nazi party who was working in China for Siemens at the time, to try to protect locals from the Japanese soldiers by setting up and running a refuge area.
The integration of the refuge area concerns the urban zones with great density for to teak in account the human behavior.
Although a majority of Americans in general have been opposed to drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge area over the last several years, a Gallup question included in a mid-May poll suggests that at this juncture in time Bush's proposals may well reflect majority public opinion.
Red squirrel populations are not confined to the refuge area, but cover 50 square kilometres from Crosby to Southport and neighbouring areas of West Lancashire, giving an overall population of 1,000-1,500.
The Department of Transportation has agreed to install two-way left turn lanes to provide a refuge area for motorists coming from Highlander Road to slowly merge into traffic.