Look down upon the human flotsam and jetsam
floating in a sea of the black stuff in the Guinness Village
Also back and busy are beach cops Flotsam and Jetsam
, who are as skilled in surfer lingo as they are in apprehending criminals.
What artifacts do exist are little more than the flotsam and jetsam
that he had in his pocket when he was shot.
In a similar vein English culture is the jetsam
of Europe jettisoned from the French and German cultures.
The system accommodates all manner of flotsam and jetsam
: lethal, benign, common, or one of a kind (the USSR's first atomic bomb).
This slowly rotating vortex draws in flotsam and jetsam
, 80 per cent of which is believed to have originated from land, circulating it for decades and causing major problems for marine life.
Sadly, Dubai's beaches are not litter free.A Whilst the beach-going publics' contribution to the flotsam and jetsam
rubbish which is ceremoniously washed up, dragged out and washed up again shouldn't be ignored, it's clearly dhows and ships negligently dumping their waste which cause the majority of the bag trash tide.
Considering both vertical and horizontal movement of the jetsam
particles as some particles displace horizontally due to the bursting of bubbles the dispersion model in the form of the differential equation can be written as follows:
Moody is the author of the recently published "Washed Up: The Curious Journey of Flotsam and Jetsam
," a mix of natural history and field guide to the ocean's largesse.
That is why certain schools, churches and even power stations can survive from one century to another, examples of creative adaptation which put to shame the flotsam and jetsam
which too often surrounds us.
More golf balls, tennis, balls, soft balls, parts of boats, or just useless flotsam and jetsam
? And what's going on at sewer No.
In this way, a kind of aristocracy of companies has been preserved, with a flotsam and jetsam
of much less stable companies below.