flaggy


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flaggy

(ˈflæɡɪ)
adj, -gier or -giest
drooping; limp

flaggy

(ˈflæɡɪ)
adj
(Building) made of or similar to flagstone
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The shale units are exposed mainly to the south, and are generally dark gray, carbonaceous, thinly bedded, flaggy and fissile on weathering They strike between NE-SW to ENE-WSW trends with dips of 30[degrees]-40[degrees] NW and SE.
The soil of the fairly steep-sloping woodland and the long narrow drier roadside woodlands adjacent to River Road, including the small field, is Eden flaggy silty clay loam having a 25-40% slope and is an eroded, well-drained soil with very high runoff.
His flaggy wings when forth he did display, Were like two sayles, in which the hollow wynd Is gathered full, and worketh speedy way: And eke the pennes [feathers], that did his pineons bynd, Were like mayne-yards, with flying canvas lynd.
Where Silk Blossom was summer in a bottle - fruity and enticing, apricot fresh with a hint of spice nestled in a bed of moss - Wood Sage & Sea Salt Cologne is the essence of (damp) summer and autumn walks on a flaggy shore.
This deadly banquet is preparde at hand, Where Ebon tapers are brought vp from hel, To leade blacke murther to this damned deed, The vgly Screechowle, and the night Rauen, With flaggy wings and hideous croking noise.
The base is highly fossiliferrous, the middle and upper part consists of flaggy limestone and shale.
Biodiversity Research Institute, 19 Flaggy Meadow Road, Gorham, ME, 04038, USA [Correspondence: Timothy J.
PETROLOGY (rock type): A= mudstone/siltstone; B= laminated One grained flaggy sandstone; C = fine grained felspalhic grit/greywacke; Ca = more felspathic type; Cc=micaceous greywacke/bedded flagstone; Cb= quartzitic greywacke; D = quartzitic grit; E= quartzite; F= exotic(glacial erratic cobble - incl non-local quatzites and igneous rocks eg.
These open areas, called "cedar glades," are found on shallow Gladeville flaggy silty clay loam situated < 1 to 25 cm above the Lebanon or Ridley limestone bedrock and are often saturated with precipitation from late autumn to early spring, whereas during summer they are often below wilting point (Baskin and Baskin, 1999; Quarterman 1950).
2a) are found on shallow Gladeville flaggy silty clay loam situated <1 to 20 cm above the Lebanon or Ridley limestone bedrock.