- v. Simple past tense and past participle of bund.
“I hit the neighborhood, bunded up in the eskimo-worthy garb a Michigan winter demanded of us, catalog in hand, ready to come home with my bundle of sales receipts that would lead to a mountain of sexy prizes.”
“At the end of the flood season, areas are ploughed (using animal power) and may be bunded if further floods are possible.”
“·Ensure farm diesel tanks are correctly bunded to prevent spills causing pollution”
“Walking back towards Naomi's house, we were suddenly bunded by another passive infrared light on the corner house of the estate, nearest to The Rec car-park.”
“Rice is conventionally grown under conditions of inundation, when it is referred to as paddy (the term is also used for the bunded plot in which rice is grown) or as wet-land or low-land rice.”
“Seepage rates determined from a bunded plot several square meters in area are more relevant, although not necessarily reflecting the effects of repeated puddling, nor of seasonal rise in watertable.”
“On the other hand, where paddy is being grown, the bunded plot is likely to have standing water prior to the rainstorm, which limits its capacity for further storage.”
“His capacity is very limited, and he may find it necessary to extend land shaping over several years, beginning either with very small bunded basins or graded furrows and progressively improving the system year by year.”
“The farmer had spent years working up his land into small bunded plots, carefully building up fertility.”
“Where wetland paddy is grown, the bunded, level field is used in either case, the only difference being in size of field or plot.”
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