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different kind

berlainan

Last Update: 2013-08-22
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Kinding

Kinding

Last Update: 2014-02-04
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please find attached file for your kind action

sila mencari fail yang dilampirkan untuk tindakan selanjutnya anda

Last Update: 2014-03-07
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felt pity - brought - kind - nursed

kasihan rasa - dibawa - jenis - dipelihara

Last Update: 2013-09-02
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start from now on i will stop being kind to every one....i am so tired of it

NO QUERY SPECIFIED. EXAMPLE REQUEST: GET?Q=HELLO&LANGPAIR=EN|IT

Last Update: 2014-04-01
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Kind regards, Anna Krane Customer Support Manager Plus500 Ltd.
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Yang ikhlas, Anna Krane Pengurus Sokongan Pelanggan Plus500 Ltd.
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Last Update: 2013-02-25
Subject: Finances
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citchat5.2 Shore platforms Many cliffs are bordered by shore platforms that extend across the intertidal zone. They have been shaped by the various processes described in the previous section. The term wave-cut platform should be restricted to features shaped entirely by the hydraulic action of waves, usually seen only on soft rock formations such as clay. Erosional processes such as abrasion by waves armed with sand or gravel, tidal scour and weathering have contributed to the shaping of most shore platforms. Generally these processes operate slowly, and the presence of a shore platform indicates that the coast has been relatively stable for asubstantial period, perhaps the whole of the time (up to 6000 years) that the sea has stood at its present level in Holocene times. Laboratory simulations of weathering and erosion processes on shore platforms have been conducted by Moses et al. (2006). Some shore platforms are seaward sloping, others subhorizontal, with a sharp drop at the outer edge; some are structural in the sense that they coincide with the upper surface of a resistant formation(which may be horizontal or gently sloping). Seaward sloping shore platforms (Figure 5.5(a)) are usually planation surfaces (cut across shore structures) that extend from the high tide line at the base of the cliff to a level below and beyond the low tide line. It has been suggested that a shore platform of this kind may be bordered by a wave-built terrace constructed by deposition at its outer margin, but although this can be found on some lake and reservoir shores such a nearshore terrace is rarely formed off sea coasts (Dietz, 1963). Structural shore platforms (Figure 5.6) coincide with the upper surfaces of resistant rock formations that may dip seaward, landward or alongshore. There are also more or less horizontal shore platforms, standing close to high tide level (submerged only briefly at high tides), which may have a sharp drop or low tide cliff(of- ten>3m)at these award edge. These are termed high tide shore platforms (Figure 5.5(b)). Similar subhorizontal shore platforms are found close to low tide level (submerged for most of the tidal cycle), particularly on lime stones, and generally these also end seaward in a sharp drop: they may be termed low tide shore platforms (Figure 5.5(c)). Shore platforms that are narrow (up to about 10 m wide) are called benches, and may be structural ledges coinciding with the outcrop of a resistant rock formation. On some coasts the shore topography includes sloping ramps and flat segments, as well as steps or micro cliffs, uprising ridges and stacks, and dissecting features such as grooves, gulches and clefts. In high latitudes, particularly in Scandinavia, there are strand flats (Section 5.2.5), almost flat shore platforms that grade land- ward into gently shelving coastal plains. Some shore platforms are of artificial origin, as on the shores of Valetta Harbour in Malta. Finally, there are coasts where cliffs descend into deep water close inshore without any platforms or intertidal rocky areas. These are termed plunging cliffs (Figure 5.5(d)), and will be discussed after the evolution of shore platforms has been considered. There is the problem of how smooth and continuous a planed rock surface should be for the term shore platform to be applied. Many shore platforms are dissected by grooves and channels, or diversified by small rising outcrops. As these increase in dimensions it may be more appropriate to use the terms incipient shore platform (with higher residual ridges and stacks) or dissected shore platform (with wide trans- verse gulches and furrows parallel to the coastline). It is difficult to define these quantitatively, but one suggestion is that the term shore platform should be used only where the platform surface is sufficiently well formed, intact and un dissected for a four-wheel drive vehicle to be driven across it. Where less than 10 per cent of the shore is a smooth platform and the rest irregular the term rocky shore could be used. The various kinds of shore platform and rocky shore may vary along the coast in relation to geology, aspect and morphogenic factors such as tide range and wave regime. Contrasts in shore profile related to geology are evident where there are varied geological outcrops along a coastline and other factors are relatively uniform, and contrasts related to morphogenic factors may occur on a particular rock outcrop, especially fringing headlands and islands. Such contrasts have been analysed along the southern New South Wales coast (Bird and Dent, 1966) and along the Victorian coast (Hills,1971) in SE Australia. Shore platforms may vary in relation to lateral changes in rock resistance. This is well illustrated on the coast at Mount Martha, Port Phillip Bay, Australia, where the coast intersects a granodiorite intrusion, the upper part of which has been strongly weathered and decomposed to clay. Where the clay descends to sea level at the northern and southern ends of the intrusion there are irregular receding cliffs, fronted by seaward sloping abrasion ramps, but in the central sector, where the granodiorite is more resistant, it forms steep cliffs that descend into deep near shore water (Jutson, 1940).

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Last Update: 2014-04-09
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All kinds of taxes deducted
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Semua jenis cukai yang dipotong
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Last Update: 2014-03-31
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There are many different kinds of pollution. One of the most common is air pollution. Unwanted gases and poisonous gases are constantly ejected into atmosphere. For example, car give out carbon dioxide which can be very hazardous to our health. Factories also give out gases which are harmful to the environment. As a result of this, the air that we breathe is no longer fresh. This is turn may damage our lungs.

penchitterjemah chat

Last Update: 2014-03-15
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There are many different kinds of pollution. One of the most common is air pollution. Unwanted gases and poisonous gases are constantly ejected into atmosphere. For example, car give out carbon dioxide which can be very hazardous to our health. Factories also give out gases which are harmful to the environment. As a result of this, the air that we breathe is no longer fresh. This is turn may damage our lungs.

penterjemah chat chit

Last Update: 2014-03-15
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Weapon system capability and actual use: Based on original design or previous performance, what were the expected capabilities of the U.S. air-to-ground aircraft and their munitions before the war? Did performance during Desert Storm differ from expectations and, if so, in what way? We assess patterns of aircraft and munition use during the war, such as the kind of targets to which aircraft were tasked; night versus day employment; the relative use of guided and unguided munitions; and the particular performance capabilities of the F-117. We also evaluate official statements made before and after the war about the capabilities of aircraft and their respective target sensors in locating and identifying targets in various weather and when operating at night.

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Last Update: 2013-02-06
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