quaggy


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yielding easily to pressure or weight; not firm

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Quaggy Waterways volunteers dived in to the rescue in Lewisham, South East London, and a soggy Boris stumbled out, quipping: "It's very refreshing, I thoroughly recommend it.
Since the 1980s, work has been taking place to liberate trapped rivers, and 15 kilometres of waterways have already been restored, including the River Quaggy in Greenwich, which has been released from an underground culvert and can now be seen flowing through a park.
Re-naturalisation work of the River Quaggy was completed in June 2004, revitalising the area, boosting local biodiversity and creating more canoeing.
He is also the president of the Quaggies Cricket Club, named for the Quaggy river, which flows through Catford, Blackheath and Lewisham to the Thames and the senior curator in media technologies at the National Science Museum in South Kensington.
Today's posts are piles to drive into the quaggy past | on which impermanent palaces balance' (IV.
His creative gifts are also apparent in his analytical writing: the essay included here inquires meticulously into the institutional and ideological premises of English in South Africa without becoming mired in a quaggy sociological idiom.