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“Drawn largely from the 2009 album "Floodplain," the program offered a characteristic mix of commissioned pieces (the best of them by women from Azerbaijan and Serbia) and arrangements of traditional and vernacular music, together with a somewhat disappointing excerpt from "Salome Dances for Peace" by American minimalist master Terry Riley (who at times has looked like Kronos' house composer).”
“We need some retreat from our rivers," said Larry Larson, executive director of the Association of State Floodplain Managers.”
“This program is administered by the NJDEP, Division of Water Resources, Bureau of Floodplain Management.”
“Floodplain maps are important in analyzing the vulnerability of communities to extreme storm events .”
“Of course, everyone must now know how Floodplain took the then moribund culinary world by storm with his Ratatouille in a Puddle, first served to those TV executives and researchers at The Bends.”
“For all of these gastronomic joys we have to thank one man - Tollbooth Floodplain - for the sheer genius of his culinary vision.”
“Tollbooth Floodplain is probably the world's most famous master of the underwater culinary arts.”
“Floodplain forests are dominated by American elm, green ash, and silver maple (Schwegman, 1973, p. 10).”
“Floodplain forests grow on bottomlands, and are dominated by silver maple, cottonwood, hickories, and sycamore.”
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