from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A terrace; terraces collectively.
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- verb Present participle of
- noun The formation of
- noun A terraced structure
- noun A
- noun A
standwith a series of tiers
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Other rehabilitation practices include investing in land through practices such as terracing and other counter-erosion measures, control of invasive species, chemical and organic nutrient replenishment, and reforestation.
These analyses should indicate whether these waste products were reused for purposes such as terracing or road metalling, or whether actual metalworking activities took place here.
He brought to California techniques observed in Japan, such as terracing and manure spreading, and was accomplished in animal husbandry.
“They must use these furrows as a kind of terracing,” said Ariel.
Perihilion Asimov, Isaac 1988
On sloping soils, soil conservation measures such as terracing or ditch-and-bank systems will significantly improve water retention in addition to reducing soil losses.
Chapter 9 1981
The good news for corn ethanol is that farmers are using precision agriculture and methods such as terracing and plant breeding to reduce the land and water required to grow and process a bushel of corn.
Media Newswire 2008
Like the fireplace mantel, try terracing sections of your display to give it the kind of character and visual effect that I guarantee you most displays fail to deliver.
If you do want to use your mantel, try terracing part of the display by elevating the height where you place a building or two.
Royal Albert Hall, LondonThe performance was highly accomplished, with the dynamic terracing of the orchestral writing carefully contoured, says Andrew Clements
In use, the cafe seating can spill out to occupy the various levels of the terracing, animating the public space around.