, mist, swamp, and work; work, swamp, mist, and mudbank
Consider every molecule of air to be a mudbank
They recalled not the familiar aspect of the Nan-Shan, but something remembered -an old dismantled steamer he had seen years ago rotting on a mudbank
. She recalled that wreck.
TWO teenage tourists had a miracle escape after getting stuck in a deadly mudbank
She's still there now, wedged on a mudbank
with the passenger deck half-submerged - a sad reminder of much happier times.
They wanted use of Kokpar [Kazakh version of Kok Boru] rules, when a circle is used as a goal in the center of the field where a goat carcass is thrown to score, not a mudbank
From the small screen illustration, she looked like a tug or similar type of vessel high and almost dry on a mudbank
Relics from World War Two have been discovered hidden under a mudbank
on a Merseyside beach.
We also note that when the BT-213 is moored near a dredge site, its mooring is temporary only, which distinguishes it to some extent from the quarterbarge in Gremillion, which "was partially sunk into a shoreside mudbank
," and from the faux paddle-wheel gaming boat in Pavone, which was moored to the shore permanently, save only in the event of a hurricane.
THEY'VE fished 950 tons of junk out of our river, recovered stolen goods and even rescued a stranded sailor from a mudbank
In fact, if you wanted the future to rattle your bones admiringly, why not lie down in a mudbank
, breathe your last and fossilize?
The whale became stranded on a mudbank
near Neyland and was emaciated, behaving abnormally with signs of sickness and disorientation.