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1.1(cut down)(tree/forest) talar
- Up on a ridge to the right of us, someone has been felling an oak tree all day.
- He said about two-acres of mature, ash, sycamore copper beech and oak trees were felled.
- Is it true that as many as 150 Douglas Fir trees were felled?
- Instead, a complicated procedure for seeking permission to fell oak trees legally was introduced.
- Most of the 200 lights, which were smashed when the tree was felled, will be replaced at a cost of £1,000, thanks to local businesses.
- The Forestry Commission is urging Yorkshire landowners to think twice before felling trees to ensure their actions do not fall foul of the law.
- Diggers moved in to shift tons of earth, trees were felled, a house next to the course was demolished and two electricity pylons were moved.
- One of my neighbours was left in tears when the trees were felled.
- Sarah White, 24, is furious that Essex County Council is felling trees to make way for a bus lane as part of the new park-and-ride development at Sandon, near Chelmsford.
- The man was felling a tree for his elderly father-in-law with his son when the accident occurred around 4pm on Saturday afternoon.
- However, the plan is strongly opposed by the public, because the plan entails scrapping the median strip separating the slow and fast lanes and felling the trees growing on it.
- Staff felled trees and the dozen mountaineering council volunteers helped to saw them into logs which will be seasoned and used for fuel at volunteer accommodation and the office at the site.
- Now Bromley Council has confirmed the lime trees were felled because their foliage would have interfered with camera enforcement planned for the bus lane in Crystal Palace Parade.
- The colonial government began reforestation in the 1870s and made good progress until World War II, when many trees were felled for fuel.
- The trees that were cut down recently in St Patrick's College were felled on the grounds of ill-health.
1.2(knock down)(person/boxer) derribar
- In a village near Varna, the wind felled an unfinished wall, which reduced an old house to debris as it fell, said the Civil Defence.
- The wind then felled it to the ground and it landed on top of a cabin, which contained valuable equipment, and a surrounding fence.
- Thousands of residents, predominantly those already living in poverty, are now homeless after their communities were felled by the winds.
- A tree which withstood a World War II bomb that destroyed a block of flats has managed to crush garages when it was felled by winds on Monday night.
- Bulldozers felled the antenna of the radio station, who were accused of inciting hatred and violence.
- Damage was also caused to the hotel's jetty while several trees in the grounds were felled by the strong winds, although there was not disruption to the electricity supply.
- He veers to his right towards the attacked police car and when the claimant is stationary to his immediate left, the officer turns quickly to his left and charges into the claimant, felling him to the ground.
- In self-defence, Michael hit his attacker on the shin with the bat, felling him to the ground.
2(in sewing)(seam) sobrecoser(seam) sobrecargar
- A rubber mallet is surprisingly useful in flattening seams or hems on thick fabric or leather and especially on heavy flat-fell seams.
- Continue around the pockets, trimming away the thicker layers and flat-fell seams.
- Sew your seams the usual way, finish the raw edges with the serger or zigzag, press to one side, switch to top-stitching thread in the needle, and top-stitch the seams on the outside to resemble flat-felled seams.
- A classic sewn finish that lends itself to easy tops and dresses is the flat-fell seam, especially on the shoulder seams.
- You can nonetheless flat- fell sharp curves, as you can see in the drawing of princess-style flat-felled seams above.
1(in Northern England)páramo alto masculine
- On the tops the wind blew hard but the air was clear and the views stretched far over the fells and deep into the valleys.
- Her work is influenced by the landscape, particularly the northern fells and colourful panoramas of foreign climes.
- This flora of the fells is found in upland pastures, on barren and dry soil, in heathland and on ledges.
- To the northwest the hills are closer and more rugged: the volcanic fells of the southern Lake District.
- Alpine sunshine has sometimes followed snow to show the fells and mountains at their most exquisitely beautiful.
- At an isolated crossroads stands this old inn, enfolded by high peaks and craggy tree-covered fells.
- Twenty miles away the high fells of the Dales were white.
- The views from the path take in the River Rothay and surrounding woods, and the fells rising all around.
- To the left, the fells rise gently with craggy outcrops.
- While it makes for hard work for cyclists, the downland provides spectacular scenery that equals that of the dales and fells up north.
- We can show them what a beautiful area this is, with shopping, the fells and our market towns.
- Many people visit the museums devoted to the famous writers before browsing through the shops or taking to the fells to prepare for a hearty pub lunch or afternoon tea in one of the delightful coffee shops.
- Police resources will not extend to patrolling the remote fells and the worst kind of motorcyclist knows this.
- Ringed by fells, this lively and friendly market town lies at the head of England's longest lake.
- It is fed from springwater from the fells, and the surplus dissipates through the fault so it never overflows.
- Sometimes, the wind also brought unnervingly fell sounds with it, as if a chorus of unholy demons was singing in the distance.
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