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Synonyms for landslip

a slide of a large mass of dirt and rock down a mountain or cliff


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Furious Upper Nithsdale councillor Jim Dempster blasted Transport Scotland yesterday after being told that work to repair a landslip at Enterkinfoot to allow the trunk road to re-open, still isn't on the agenda.
Member for Gladstone Glenn Butcher said the work would concentrate on landslips on GladstoneMonto Road at the Dawes Range, south of Many Peaks.
AT LEAST 50 more homes in the Upper Swansea Valley could be at risk from a landslip, Neath Port Talbot Council is warning.
RAIL services between Carlisle and Newcastle will resume next week as engineers carry out the final repairs to the railway following a landslip.
Work is needed to repair roads, bridges, fords, drainage systems and public rights of way, as well as damage caused by landslips.
TEESSIDERS are being urged to stay away from a popular coastal walking route due to a landslip.
Harbury cutting has suered from landslips for more than 150 years.
Harbury cutting has suf-suf fered from landslips for more than 150 years.
MORE than a dozen cars have been trapped between two landslips as heavy rain caused flooding and travel disruption across Scotland.
Meanwhile a portion of a concrete road leading to the geothermal power plants in Valencia, Negros Oriental slipped Friday morning even as landslips were also reported in the area as a result of continuous rains during the week.
LONDON, Rabi'II 9, 1435, Feb 9, 2014, SPA -- Severe flooding and landslips have completely cut off rail routes to large parts of south west of England as storms continue to batter southern Britain, Reuters reported.
The works, which should be completed by November 1, will consist of an embankment plus fencing, to help try to stop landslips.
The death toll due to floods and landslips has mounted to 822 with 127 more bodies recovered from Kedarnath, officials said.
A series of landslips over the past two months have dislodged banks of earth containing human remains from graves at St Mary's in Whitby, North Yorkshire - a church with connections to the Dracula story.
The east coast link between Edinburgh and London had been blocked by landslips but reopened on Friday.