cutbank


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cutbank

(ˈkʌtˌbæŋk)
n
the outer, steeper bank of a bend or meander in a river or stream
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Water scours soil underneath root systems, forming a well-defined pool that's cut under a bank, and cutbank areas that house log complexes can be some of the best catfish spots of all.
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In 2015, Encana purchased 10 Datum compression trains for its Cutbank Ridge Program, designed for the long-term development of natural gas resources in Northeast British Columbia.-TradeArabia News Service
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Contract Awarded for Roadwork-Hauling And Stockpiling Of Aggregate in the vicinity of Cutbank
Fluor Corporation (NYSE:FLR) disclosed on Thursday that it has achieved mechanical completion on the Sunrise 04-26, Tower 03-07 and Saturn 15-27 sweet gas plants for the Cutbank Ridge Partnership (CRP) programme in Dawson Creek, British Columbia, Canada.
Cutbank Ridge Partnership selected Fluor to execute engineering, procurement and construction management (EPCM) for Saturn 15-27 Phase 2 Sweet Gas Plant Project near Dawson Creek, British Columbia.
Three units in the exposed sequence were measured at a meander cutbank (Fig.
Her stories have appeared or are forthcoming in Nimrod, Triquarterly, North American Review, Crazyhorse, Cream City Review, Hayden's Ferry Review, CutBank, and Sycamore Review, among other literary magazines.
Stuart Taylor, Pembina's senior vice president, NGL and Natural Gas Facilities, said, 'The areas surrounding Pembina's existing gas processing facilities at Musreau, part of our Cutbank Complex, continue to be a focus for our customers producing liquids-rich natural gas.
We were hunting along a creek at the foot of a high cutbank. Suddenly, Motzie bolted across the ice on the creek and powered up the slope.
This feels more like home than anywhere else and you continue to work the cutbank overhung by a willow clinging to the steep opposite side of the river.