natural elevation


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Organisers of the 27th General Arab Insurance Federation (GAIF), which was held under the patronage of the Prime Minister, Shaikh Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa, at the Gulf International Convention and Exhibition Centre, declared the event as a natural elevation of the kingdom's already prominent stature as a regional finance and insurance hub, in addition to a prime MICE destination.
At Stony Brook a series of connected weir-pool fishways and stone baffles allow the fish to overcome a natural elevation change and the mill pond dam, enabling them to reach the 386 acres available in the river's headwater ponds.
Cold weather slows the natural elevation of ``brix'' -- sugar content -- in the grape, and winemakers usually wait for warmer days before they start picking, said Chris Brown, head winemaker at Central Coast Wine Services.
Besides the location and the trees," Russell says, "one thing that appealed to us was the natural elevation changes particular to those of Indian middens [giant mounds of discarded shells, fish bones and tools used by the Indians who lived along the Florida coast from 1000 B.
Building a golf course in the North Carolina mountains challenges us to design a course that takes advantage of the natural elevation and topography, is visually attractive and fun to play for all skill levels.
Shark's Tooth at Wild Heron is a 7,200-yard, par-72, 18-hole championship golf course featuring up to 35 feet of natural elevation changes and five holes bordering Lake Powell, the largest dune lake in Florida.
Shark's Tooth at Wild Heron is a 7,200 yard, par-72, 18-hole championship golf course featuring up to 35 feet of natural elevation changes and five holes that play directly on Lake Powell, the largest dune lake in Florida.