arenose

arenose

(ˈærɪnəʊs) or

arenous

adj
sandy
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Taigi psichologijos autoritetas projektuojamas ivairiose socialinese arenose ir psichoterapijos diskursas tapo kulturine forma--organizuojancia ir formuojancia patirti, taip pat ir kulturos resursu, kuriuo naudodamiesi bandome suvokti save ir socialinius santykius.
This article is initiated from our project "Numerical Simulation for the Sedimentation at Yellow River's Estuary." It is known that the estuary of Yellow River is a weaktidal, arenose, frequently swinging, and accumulated firth.
This material occurs in the arenose zone and parts of the mottled zone using the terminology of Anand and Paine (2002).