Gully

Gullying or gully erosion is the process by which gullies are formed. Hillsides are more prone to gullying when they are cleared of vegetation, through deforestation, over-grazing or other means. The eroded soil is easily carried by the flowing water after being dislodged from the ground, normally when rainfall falls during short, intense storms s...
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gully

[n] - deep ditch cut by running water (especially after a prolonged downpour)
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Gully

• (v. t.) To wear into a gully or into gullies. • (n.) A large knife. • (n.) A grooved iron rail or tram plate. • (n.) A channel or hollow worn in the earth by a current of water; a short deep portion of a torrent`s bed when dry. • (v. i.) To flow noisily.
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Gully

[Mars] Martian gullies are small, incised networks of narrow channels and their associated downslope sediment deposits, found on the planet of Mars. They are named for their resemblance to terrestrial gullies. First discovered on images from Mars Global Surveyor, they occur on steep slopes, especially on the walls of craters. Usually, each ...
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Gully

Gul'ly intransitive verb To flow noisily. [ Obsolete] Johnson.
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Gully

Gul'ly noun ; plural Gulles . [ Etymol . uncertain ] A large knife. [ Scot.] Sir W. Scott.
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Gully

Gul'ly transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Gullied ; present participle & verbal noun Gullying .] To wear into a gully or into gullies.
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Gully

a close fielder near the slip fielders, at an angle to a line between the two sets of stumps of about 100 to 140 degrees.
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Gully

A small steep-sided valley or erosional channel from 1 meter to about 10 meters across.
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gully

A small steep-sided valley or erosional channel from 1 meter to about 10 meters across.
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Gully

An open-topped box, made of glazed fireclay, cast iron, or plastic, at the base of a wall, into which a downpipe discharges. The top of the gully should be covered by a perforated plate, which can be removed to allow debris to be cleared. A pipe from the side of the gully should link to a drain carrying the water away from the building. Related Wor...
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Gully

Fielder in catching position, slightly behind square on the off side. See also Fielding Position.
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GULLY

See Couloir
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gully

trench cut into land by the erosion of an accelerated stream of water. Various conditions make such erosion possible: the natural vegetation ...
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