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dun

a coat color, generally a yellow varying from gray-yellow to light yellow, always with a brown stripe from the wither to the tail butt.
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Approximately 15 percent of that same shoreline has a high probability of experiencing overwash, where surge and waves overtop dunes.
The robot took a sample of sand from an area of rippled dunes and is carrying it in its hand as it climbs uphill to its next target on the layered mountain Mount Sharp.
I began up a face of the dune, the first footprints of the day.
The first commercial product based on Dune Medical's proprietary radio frequency spectroscopy technology is the MarginProbe.
Since the dunes became a national park in 2004, I've returned countless times, and with each trip, I discover more and more people visiting this strange and majestic site.
Hosting a variety of extreme sports like dune bashing, quad biking, sand surfing, camel riding, bicycle riding and kite flying, the resort makes sure to completely enthral the adrenalin seekers.
Marlin said that the Dune assets were purchased in a sale pursuant to Section 363 of the United States Bankruptcy Code after Dune filed voluntary petitions for relief on 8 March 2015 under Chapter 11 of the United States Bankruptcy Code in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of Texas, Austin Division.
The air ambulance had to land in the dunes and the girl was taken the University Hospital of Wales in Cardiff.
The idea is that a second set of dunes will help protect the sea front from rising tides and waves.
However all of this is meaningless, because you are ready to enjoy the most thrilling experience of boarding over the dune in the bare desert.
The data collected from the four-year experiment done by Clement Narteau of the Global Institute for Physics in Paris, France, and his colleagues will now enable astronomers to determine weather patterns on other planets by monitoring wind-formed sand dunes, New Scientist reported.
A short guided hike through the Namib, a picturesque dune camp.