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What are groynes used for?


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Answered 2012-05-29 23:18:15

Groynes are used for blowing bubbles .

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Where are groynes used?

at the beach!


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What are the structures that are built to protect the coast called?

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How do groynes stop continental drift?

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How do groynes work?

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What do groynes look like?

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