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The solid rock under soil.
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Only the water-tube tiltmeters (WT tiltmeters) built in 2003, within a short period of time after installation confirmed the existence of irregular signals which indicate inclinations and vertical movements of the bed rock (Kaczorowski, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009a, 2009b; Bower, 1973).
On Young Money's "Bedrock," his hook, My room is the G-spot/I can make your bed rock, was amplified by his nearly orgasmic warbles, and, seemingly caught in the throes of an emotional and sensual awakening, Lloyd dropped his unusually confessional Like Me mixtape earlier this year and rechristened himself Young Goldie.
The bed rock was reached at 520 feet, almost exactly the mid range of target.
Everyone must realise that sports is the bed rock of people to people contact, which we need to promote with our neighbours," he said, referring to the Twenty20 competition beginning March 12.
Bed rock resistivity was higher >1058 U m indicating their massiveness at shallow depth.
Adultery is the bedrock of any soap but when you're making the bed rock with your son's girlfriend you're going to be as popular as Pinky and Perky at a Dudley council meeting.
There's very limited rock exposure and much of the bed rock is hidden under glacial till.
I think of how different that world is to our world and the reason it is different is because this board and boards like it around the country are the bed rock of what democracy is in this country.
Both houses are ground-coupled, in fact joined to bed rock, and this, together with heavy mass, helps create a thermal flywheel.
There is a demand for a shared bed rock of understanding, peer reviewed methodologies, tools, and best practice to enable organisations to move forward more confidently.
Ambassador Zubaydullo told the Chairman that Parliamentary contacts between the two countries are not proactive and as inter parliamentary relations between the two countries can provide a bed rock for building our bilateral relations further and hence there is dire need to focus on them.
Out of bounds areas are Hawthorn Point, the cliffs behind and above Feather Bed Rock and all Seaham Dock areas apart from the North Pier which will be pegged 1 to 100.