mudbank

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mudbank

(ˈmʌdbæŋk)
n
mud on a river bed
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Mudbank, mist, swamp, and work; work, swamp, mist, and mudbank."
Consider every molecule of air to be a mudbank in itself.
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.
It is believed to be buried under mudbanks in Paglesham, Essex.
Over half of the lake's area is taken up by small islands, reedbeds and mudbanks, and a belt of swampland across the middle divides the northern and southern halves.
The land fell into neglect in the '80s, but has blossomed in recent years thanks to mudbanks washing away, revealing the full beauty of the beach.
"You can find smaller fish concentrated in tailwaters below dams, or near steep mudbanks and riprap where bigger blues are spawning," he says.
After playing in several bands in the local Seattle area including Chemical Imbalance, Social Decline, Blue Clouded Gray, and The Mudbanks, Kingsley decided to embark on a solo career.
The nets are stretched across a large frame and fisherman carry them out into the ebb tide of the hazardous shifting sands and mudbanks, then wait for the fish.
Until the late 1980s, it was a river, the tide retreating twice-aday to reveal huge mudbanks.
Spatial distribution and trends in abundance of fishes residing in seagrass meadows on Florida Bay mudbanks. Bull.
Varuna litterata (Fabricius, 1798) was found near Charter's Creek and on the mudbanks of the Mfolozi in 1948, but currently has been located alive only at the mouth.