salt pan


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salt pan

n.
1. An undrained shallow depression in which water accumulates, evaporates, and deposits salt.
2. A small lake of brackish water occupying such a depression.
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Contract awarded for council is seeking tenders from suitably qualified and experienced respondents for salt pan creek catchment drainage pipe and pit condition assessment and reporting.
Ultimate Botswana takes travelers on a safari and provides luxurious accommodations in the Moremi Game Reserve, Linyanti Wildlife Reserve and Makgadikgadi Salt Pan.
He will first address salt pan workers in Gujarat's Rann of Kutch area in Surendranagar district.
On the other hand, Rowley and his wife are later described as moving to Salt Pan Creek to a community developed by Joe Anderson, a shift that helped to support Anderson's claim for local Aboriginal ownership of the area.
Miller says he composed his photograph carefully, "using the curving line of the salt pan to create a strong foreground element and lead the viewer towards the horizon.
Recipe mylk & boyle it, & strene egges 30lks & put team berto; ban set it ouer pe fyre, but let it not boyle, & teen styr it wele tyll it be thyk, & cast perto sugur & salt Pan take fayr paynemane & make it in sopis, & put pe stuff above peron, & serof it forth in be maner of potage.
During the fierce competition, virtually every vehicle will rely upon Loctite[R] products to enhance performance and ensure reliability in the extreme conditions of the arid, overheated salt pan.
Over the past 4 years, the team has carried out field trips to Chott el Jerid, a salt pan in Tunisia, the Atacama desert in Chile, Rio Tinto in Southern Spain and Deception Island in Antarctica.
ROBERT de Brus granted to Sir John de Rumundebi a salt pan near Hart village in exchange for an annual rental of a pair of white gloves.
On September 18 the Bombay Palace, in Earlsdon Street, Earlsdon, is giving the proceeds of all its meals to Salt of the Earth, a charity which helps and supports salt pan workers in southern India and people living in poverty in surrounding villages.
Some time ago, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh had proposed the opening up of salt pan land in the state.
The lake would dry up now and again and would leave a gigantic salt pan.