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  • Robinson brings a dead planet to vivid life, emphasising the differences in terrain and character between the frozen northern polar icecap and the water-cut channels in the depths of the Valles Marineris, with the massive mountains of Tharsis towering high into the atmosphere and colonists eagerly staking claims to future beachfront properties in Hellas, the lowest point on Mars and the first place to see the benefits of terraforming.

    Wertzone Classics: Red Mars by Kim Stanley Robinson

  • The Persian Puzzle Rug is made out of assemble-it-yourself water-cut rubber patterned after a traditional Persian rug.

    Boing Boing

  • Of course, life that sought out the lava caves for a refuge would not be like that found in the moisture dripping, water-cut caves.

    Dark Piper

  • The ground was besides a good deal cut up towards the centre of the valley, and a water-cut was crossed several times.

    Journals of Travels in Assam, Burma, Bhootan, Afghanistan and the Neighbouring Countries

  • Through the pueblo are two water-cut ravines, down which pour the waters of the mountain ridge in the rainy season, and in which, during much of the remainder of the year, sufficient water trickles to supply several near-by dwellings.

    The Bontoc Igorot

  • The horsemen were very quick after them, being light men on hardy horses; and one of the four Afghans, a big man in a dirty sheepskin coat, lost his head, and ran down under a bit of wall; the other three crossed the water-cut.

    Studies in Literature and History

  • They were just in time to see four men running across a bit of broken ground towards a deep water-cut, fringed with poplars.

    Studies in Literature and History

  • A deep water-cut, twelve feet broad, with banks two or three feet high, and with cultivated fields in front, served them as an excellent defence.

    Our Soldiers Gallant Deeds of the British Army during Victoria's Reign

  • Water cuts on the wells remain high (75%-80%), primarily due to large volumes of water pumped during fracturing operations, which exceeded 12,000 barrels of water each for the 3-5 and 14-14 wells (the 3-4 is in a naturally high water-cut portion of the pool).

  • The 7% water-cut that the city is facing currently may be rolled back by the coming

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