washaway


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washaway

(ˈwɒʃəˌweɪ)
n
(Physical Geography) Austral another word for wash out6
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IT is a pity that the elements are threatening to washaway the hopes of Sachin Tendulkar (pictured) finally getting his name on the Headquarters' honours board.
WashAway Labels stick to a product with a strong adhesive that can be washed off without leaving residue.
Eight washaway sections were found, the section with a 60 m-wide wadi must be reconstructed by reinforced concrete (RC) bridges or plate girders, and other sections by embankments and culverts.
There is no washaway part in this section, however, minor collapse of embankments was found at 19 locations.
The key issue in this section is the disconnection by the washaway in 1997.
Research has identified that gullies, or washaways as they are often known, are really vulnerable to erosion.
Crossing with care we walk ahead along Kirkleatham Lane and soon pass Kirkleatham Old Hall Museum (left) and Sir William Turner's Almshouses (right) before following Plantation Road past Washaways Plantation.
For 50 years floods and washaways hit the narrow gauge opened from north of Adelaide to Alice Springs in 1929.