A deep trench , which was obvious to an adult, had been dug in the grassland by the defendant as part of the development.
This was the only way to let new trust grow across a deep trench between the erstwhile perpetrators and their victims.
this would surely trench very far on the dignity and liberty of citizens
In the morning there was a trench about four feet deep with perfectly straight sides that ran halfway down the block.
In Paternoster Row, near the top of the hill, it was laid in a deep trench to help reduce the gradient.
The trench should be deep enough to cover the plants' roots and crown (the point at which roots and stem meet) and long enough to hold all the plants.
If the plastic is buried too deep into the trench , it can't be pulled up easily by hand, and if it's buried too shallow, it pulls out with the wind.
The descending mantle current tends to drag the crust down with it, forming a deep trench or piling up young mountains.
The discovery of the ruins came after a mudslide flushed out a deep trench nearly two-kilometers long and 25-meters wide through rice fields late last month.
We can clearly see the subducting plate boundary at least 85 km from the trench and probably much farther.