Dungeness


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Dungeness

(ˌdʌndʒəˈnɛs)
n
(Placename) a low shingle headland on the S coast of England, in Kent: two nuclear power stations: automatic lighthouse
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Sea otter predation on Dungeness crabs in Glacier Bay, Alaska.
Examples include Shuhei Endo's ar+d 2000 winner, the lavatories and apartment for Hyogo Prefecture, and Rural Studio, some shacks on the shingle ridge at Dungeness, the corrugated iron St Michael's Church, Hythe and more.
A BUFF-breasted Sandpiper at Wicken Fen, Cambs, and a Little Bittern at Dungeness, Kent, have been trying in vain to attract mates - they are the only ones of their kind in the UK.
Staff were evacuated from the Dungeness A power station in Kent while eight fire engines fought the blaze in a turbine alternator where electricity is generated.
Now bosses at Dungeness B power station, in Kent, say they may shut down the plant, at a cost of pounds 125,000 a day, if she needs rescued.
Nicholas in New Romney, not far from his celebrated seaside garden on the bleak Kent coast at Dungeness. In 1888, when the church's vicar was threatening to "restore" St.
Principal battles: the Downs (between North and South Foreland) (1639); Dungeness (1652); Portland (both England) (1653); Gabbard Bank (off Nieuwpoort, Belgium) (1653); Scheveningen (1653).
Lemon thyme panna cotta with Dungeness crab (below).
In which English county is the headland of Dungeness?
By the time the 2011-12 Dungeness crab season closed last August, Oregon fishermen had landed 21.2 million pounds of the state's official crustacean.
Fried Dungeness crabs, boiled squid, and tempura, along with a Heineken beer (330ml), will sell for just NT$200 (about US$6.50), according to the Keelung Fishermen's Association.