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I found the water was sufficiently shallow for me to wade securely, although the red weed impeded my feet a little; but the flood evidently got deeper towards the river, and I turned back to Mortlake.
But a low and smooth shore proves him shallow on that side.
Sometimes, also, when the ice was covered with shallow puddles, I saw a double shadow of myself, one standing on the head of the other, one on the ice, the other on the trees or hillside.
It expanded into a wide but extremely shallow stream, with many sand-bars, and occasionally various channels.
The river continued a winding course to the east-north-east, nearly a mile in width, but too shallow to float even an empty canoe.
Consequently formations rich in fossils and sufficiently thick and extensive to resist subsequent degradation, may have been formed over wide spaces during periods of subsidence, but only where the supply of sediment was sufficient to keep the sea shallow and to embed and preserve the remains before they had time to decay.
When such beds as were deposited in shallow water near the mouth of the Mississippi during some part of the glacial period shall have been upraised, organic remains will probably first appear and disappear at different levels, owing to the migration of species and to geographical changes.
The production part of the shallow Independence will virtually be a cookie-cutter duplication of that operation.
Shallow foraging movements can be delayed by conditions such as cold fronts or accelerated by warming trends, but crappies begin staging near their favorite shallow haunts about the same time each year.
Hydrothermal vents releasing sulfurous brews from inside Earth can occur in shallow water, such as near Taiwan, in the Mediterranean, and even off California.
Tipped by an informant, homicide investigators said they watched Frank Robert Churchill, 38, of Tehachapi, returned to the shallow grave to remove the skull because he believed that if the body was discovered, it could not be identified without teeth to match to dental records.
Our Phase 1 2007 exploration drilling campaign is designed to bring the shallow target into a resource category, according to SEC Industry Guide 7 and allow the preparation of a mine model to guide us in the best economic solution to mining the shallow mineralized material.