fen


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  • noun

Synonyms for fen

Synonyms for fen

a usually low-lying area of soft waterlogged ground and standing water

Synonyms for fen

100 fen equal 1 yuan in China

low-lying wet land with grassy vegetation

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Nash; Indian Grass; Fen and sedge meadows; Infrequent but widespread; C = 4; BSUH 13792.
FEN will be the on-line equivalent of a clean, well-lit, accessible playground, where children can spend time with their peers in a safe, fun and enriching environment.
EASY The Diamonds found the Fen Tigers a pushover at Newcastle.
The Anglesey Fens are the main source for Llyn Cefni, which supplies drinking water for the island, and Mr Hanson said it was expensive for DwrCymru to cleanup the water to make it safe and palatable for people to drink.
Buck Creek, which receives the water from the fen, empties into the White River near Muncie, Indiana.
We are helping the FEN by providing them the tools to deter and stop this trafficking.
The elusive Rosser's sac spider had not been seen in Britain for 10 years, but a colony has now been discovered at Chippenham Fen in Cambridgeshire.
Lead Keeper Karen Entwistle is mum to 400 baby fen raft spiders in a purposebuilt, bio-secure pod at the zoo.
The new CNME is fen do with attitude -- and it is set to become the path-breaking ICT magazine of the region come January.
Heckington Fen Wind Park will generate up to 66MW of clean energy, saving almost 60,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide from entering the atmosphere each year.
The Fen |Puffball (Bovista paludosa) found in Wales for the first time
LEADING Flat jockey Seamie Heffernan is looking forward to teaming up with Fen Game for Edward O'Grady in the Pierse Hurdle at Leopardstown tomorrow.
SEAMIE HEFFERNAN continues his stint riding over hurdles this weekend, with the Classic-winning jockey booked to partner leading fancy Fen Game for Edward O'Grady in the Pierse Hurdle at Leopardstown tomorrow.
The crucifix ground beetle was found at the National Trust's Wicken Fen site in Cambridgeshire for the first time since 1951.