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rain bowing

rain bowing
 n.— «They also show land and beach reclamation work carried out by a technique known as “rain bowing” where sand is pumped ashore at high pressure through a nozzle on the bow of the ship.» —“Modern dredge helps clean and deepen Canal channel” The Bulletin (Panama) Sept. 14, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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