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The old washup area became a walk-in pantry A half-wall divides the kitchen from the family room.
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Definition of wash up
- seaweed washed up on the shore
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South Carolina officials issued a similar warning for Sullivan’s Island in May of 2017, after men-of-war washed up on beaches.
One chemical, phosphorus, regularly washes up on the German island of Rugen, where tourists or amber collectors have accidentally picked up pieces of the toxic mineral in recent years.
Hundreds of dead fish wash up on Florida beaches An unlikely sight at Central Florida as hundreds of dead fish have washed ashore because of the cold weather snap, according to CBS affiliate WKMG-TV.
Plastic bits end up inside marine life and in those of us who eat fish, and plastic bags wash up on beaches the way seaweed used to.
It also was influenced by her mother's recounting of a whale that washed up on a beach in Spain.
Each summer, two to three dozen sea turtles — sadly, mostly leatherbacks hit by ship propellers or entangled in fishing gear — wash up between Buzzards Bay and Harding’s Beach in Chatham, and along Cape Cod Bay, Prescott says.
Twenty-five years ago, James and his mother washed up here, after losing one apartment or another.
Almost inevitably in a drowning, a body will wash up, usually in the first few days.
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