salt plain

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Noun1.salt plain - a flat expanse of salt left by the evaporation of a body of salt watersalt plain - a flat expanse of salt left by the evaporation of a body of salt water
flat - a level tract of land; "the salt flats of Utah"
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Now the great salt plain stretched before his eyes, and the distant belt of savage mountains, without a sign anywhere of plant or tree, which might indicate the presence of moisture.
Van Oord will dredge and reclaim about 65 million cu m of sand and execute extensive ground consolidation in a salt plain region along the Persian Gulf coast for the new refinerys construction
It shows how the southern half of the lake no longer exists, leaving just a salt plain behind.
The project involves land in a salt plain near the coast to prepare for the construction of a new refinery in the Al-Zour area south of Kuwait City.
There are plans to expand production in those countries as well as to build new mines in Bolivia's Salar de Uyuni, which is the world's largest salt plain, and holds the bulk of the world's untapped lithium brine.
But the real tourist draw in Death Valley is a mean salt plain with a sickly looking puddle.
It was hard graft too because the pitch, described by former Indian spinner Bishan Bedi as "disgraceful", was slow, lca low, dry and cracked like a salt plain.
The project includes the reclamation of land in a sabkha area (a salt plain near the coast) to take up construction of a new refinery.
Salt plains, lunar landscapes, kalut rock formations and star dunes were explored
As tumbleweed drifts across the vast salt plains in the shadow of the Andes, Chris seems a bit surprised to find himself mostly alone on his travels.
Mitsubishi Motor Corporation will support the TMR Australia Outlander PHEV Safari entry by sending three plug-in hybrid specialist engineers to Western Australia for technical assistance during the gruelling seven day event, which will cover more than 2,500 competitive kilometres through sand, salt plains, dry river beds and rugged desert tracks.
Second prize, of PS750, went to Catherine Ross, 22, from Westhill, whose striking painting of salt plains in Nevada met with immediate appreciation from the judges.