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4 July 2000 : Volume 2 Issue 23
The next stage of their plan is to curry support for their idea of removing the wharfage on the western Adur arm of the harbour (the weir plan has been dropped, but could be reinstated?) to build high density housing. This is directly against the current planning policy for port-related uses only, and may actually be detrimental to the port if in the future they have turn away business because of lack of wharfage.
Extensive mudflats with an infaunal community dominated by ragworm Hediste
diversicolor and the Peppery Furrow Shell Scrobicularia plana
(Shoreham, West Sussex; D. Connor) © JNCC.
ORCHID SLIDE SHOW (Link) (photographs by Ray Hamblett)
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Words of the Week
almfri | n. M16. [Fr. galimafree (OFr. calimafree), of unkn. origin.]
1 A varied miscellaneous jumble or medley; (chiefly dial.) a dish made
up of minced (esp. leftover) meat etc., a hash, a ragout. M16. 2 A person
of many accomplishments or qualities. Freq. contempt. Now rare. E17.
syzygy| szdi | n. E17. [Late L syzygia f. Gk suzugia yoke, pair, copulation, conjunction, f. suzugos yoked, paired, f. sun- SYN- + stem of zeugnunai yoke.] 1 Pros. A combination of two different feet in one measure, a dipody. E17. 2 Astron. a = CONJUNCTION 2. M17-E18. b Conjunction or opposition of two celestial objects; either of the points (in space or time) at which these take place, esp. in the case of the moon with the sun (new moon and full moon). Cf. QUADRATURE 3. E18. 3 A pair of connected or correlative things; spec. in Gnostic Philos., a pair of opposites or aeons. M19. 4 Zool. a A suture or immovable union of two joints of a crinoid; the joints united in this way. L19. b The conjunction of two organisms without loss of identity; in sporozoans, close attachment of pairs of gametocytes prior to fusion. L19.syzygial a. (Astron. & Zool.) pertaining to or of the nature of a syzygy or syzygies M19. syzygium n. (Zool.) = SYZYGY 4b L19.
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is worth visiting for some trial software. JASC Media Centre was used to construct the Slide Shows on the British Marine Life Study Society web site.
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