Some who hovered upon the verge
of the strife with Tarzan heard and made good their escape, but a half dozen there were so wrapt in the blood-madness of battle that they failed to note the approach of the giant tusker.
My head fortunately came the right side up, and a few frantic catches brought me to a halt, in the neck of the gully and on the verge
of the precipice.
Everywhere below me, from the base of the precipice upon whose very verge
I had been unconsciously reposing, the surface of the vale presented a mass of foliage, spread with such rich profusion that it was impossible to determine of what description of trees it consisted.
the work entails the routine cutting of a single swathe (machine width) along the majority of the roadside verges
in addition to the periodic full-width cutting of roadside verges
and visibility areas
Long disregarded as insignificant, roadside verges
are helping some of the rarest wild flowers in the UK survive, according to a new study by conservation charity Plantlife.
Communities are to be asked for ideas to stop the verges
becoming unsightly muddy bogs as thoughtless drivers churn up the soil.
Communities will be asked for ideas to stop the verges
becoming unsightly muddy bogs, such as strict enforcement and tougher fines.
I WAS very pleased to read that councillor Majid Mahmood has raised the issue of parking on grass verges
Now they are going to fine people for parking on grass verges
More than 500 people had turned out for a send-off and with car parks full, some family and friends were forced to use grass verges
outside Helston Methodist Church in Cornwall.
RESIDENTS on a Mirfield housing estate were left bemused by grass verges
cropped in a "Mohawk-style.
North Tyneside has many green open spaces and roadside verges
that are havens for plants and wildlife and the council is looking to create more as part of the 'Alan Challenge.