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  River article - River Murray River Australia Australia waterway streams stream creek - What-Means.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
A river conducts water by constantly flowing perpendicular to the elevation curve of its bed, thereby converting the positional energy of the water into kinetic energy.
Rivers begin at their source in higher ground, either rising from a spring, forming from glacial meltwater, flowing from a body of water such as a lake, or simply from damp, boggy places where the soil is waterlogged.
River management is an ongoing activity as rivers tend to 'undo' the modifications made by man. Dredged channels silt up, sluice mechanisms deteriorate with age, levees and dams may suffer seepage or catastrophic failure.
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 Geography of the United Kingdom - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The geology of the United Kingdom is varied and complex.
The longest river in the UK is the River Severn (220 miles, 354 km) which flows through both Wales and England.
As a result of its industrial history, the United Kingdom has an extensive system of canals, mostly built in the early years of the Industrial Revolution, before the rise of competition from the railways.
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 List of rivers of Great Britain - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Rivers of England, Scotland and Wales, organised geographically, taken anti-clockwise, from Land's End are included.
For simplicity, they are divided here by the nation in which the mouth of the river can be found, and sea into which it flows.
River Thames (From Oxford up to its source, the Thames is also known as the River Isis)
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 Waterways in the United Kingdom - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Waterways in the United Kingdom is a link page for any river, canal, firth or estuary in the United Kingdom.
See also articles on the Subterranean rivers of London, and the Jubilee River, which although man-made was designed to look and act like a natural river rather than a canal.
See Canals of the United Kingdom for a list of the canals of United Kingdom organised alphabetically by country, and lists of abandoned and future canal routes.
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 River Tamar - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The Tamar is a river in south western England, that forms most of the border between Devon (to the east) and Cornwall (to the west).
The river has some 20 road crossings, including the Tamar Bridge, a toll bridge on the A38 trunk road.
The River Tavy is a tributary to the Tamar.
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 Bambooweb: United Kingdom
The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland is a state in western Europe, usually known simply as the United Kingdom, the UK or less accurately as Great Britain or Britain.
The greater part of Ireland left the United Kingdom (then formally called the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland) in 1922, and is today the Republic of Ireland, whilst the north-eastern portion of the island, Northern Ireland, remains part of the United Kingdom.
In form, the United Kingdom is a constitutional monarchy with legislative power invested in an elected government, and executive power invested in a Cabinet led by the Prime Minister whose power, though carried out in the monarch's name, is answerable to Parliament and through it the electorate.
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The river is spanned by 20 road and nine rail bridges between Hampton Court and the Tower of London.
River of northeast England formed by the union of the North Tyne (rising in the Cheviot Hills) and South Tyne (rising near Cross Fell in Cumbria) near Hexham, Northumberland, and reaching the North Sea at Tynemouth ; length 72 km / 45 miles.
The principal tributary of the Tyne is the River Derwent, and the chief towns and cities along its course are Newcastle upon Tyne, Gateshead, Jarrow, and South Shields.
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 River Trent - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The River Trent is one of the major rivers of England.
The river is tidal downstream of Cromwell Lock to the north of Newark.
The river marks the boundary between the provinces of two English Kings of Arms, Norroy and Clarenceaux.
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 River Dee, Galloway - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The River Dee, in south-west Scotland, flows from its source in Loch Dee, amongst the Galloway Hills, firstly to Clatteringshaws Loch, and then in to Loch Ken, where it joins the Water of Ken.
The river is dammed at Tongland, two miles up the river from Kirkcudbright, to supply a power station there, part of the Galloway Hydro Electric Scheme constructed in the 30s.
This is one of three Rivers Dee in the UK.
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 UK Rivers Network
Waterways fail targets: According to RSPB, most rivers, lakes and other waterways in England and Wales are unlikely to meet new EU regulations on water conditions.
Devon salmon under threat: Salmon are under threat in the River Exe, according to this story from BBC News.
USA: White River: 1000 pitch in for river cleanup: People are at it worldwide, all the time -- proving they care enough about rivers to spend their time heaving out tons of rubbish.
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 River Test - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
River Test is a in the south of England noted for trout fishing.
The Test flows through some beautiful downland from its source near Overton, in Hampshire, to the sea at the head of Southampton Water.
This United Kingdom location article is a stub.
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 List of United Kingdom-related topics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The United Kingdom category contains a more comprehensive selection of UK articles.
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland (when Great Britain and Ireland merged in 1801)
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Population growth in the United Kingdom is stable.
Also like the United States, the United Kingdom experienced a baby boom after WWII so there are a lot of people in their late 40s and 50s.
On April 17, 2003, The United Kingdom had mainly clear skies with a low of 48°F and a high of about 66°F with winds coming from the ENE at 10 to 15mph.
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 River Aln   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The River Aln runs through the Alnwick district of the County of Northumberland in England, discharging into the North Sea on the east coast of England.
The river gives its name to the town of Alnwick and to the village of Alnmouth, and its source is in Alnham in the Cheviot hills.
The Aln is a relatively small river but has been important through history as one of the boundaries along which English and Scottish troops marching to war had to cross; for that reason, it was at times heavily defended.
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 United Kingdom
The United Kingdom, consisting of Great Britain (England, Wales, and Scotland) and Northern Ireland, is twice the size of New York State.
The United Kingdom is a constitutional monarchy and parliamentary democracy, with a queen and a Parliament that has two houses: the House of Lords, with 574 life peers, 92 hereditary peers, and 26 bishops; and the House of Commons, which has 651 popularly elected members.
It was not until the 10th century that the country finally became united under the kings of Wessex.
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 Humber - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
In the Anglo-Saxon period, it was a major boundary, separating Northumbria from the southern kingdoms.
Since the late eleventh century, Lindsey had been one of the Parts of Lincolnshire.
Two fortifications were built in the mouth of the river in 1914, the Humber Forts.
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 United Kingdom - Atlapedia Online   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The United Kingdom is comprised of four constituents, England, Wales and Scotland which alone form Great Britain and combined with Northern Ireland and several island groups, form the United Kingdom.
Its principal rivers are the Severn, Thames, Humber, Tees, Tyne, Tweed, Avon, Exe and Mersey.
CLIMATE: The United Kingdom has a mild and temperate climate which is influenced by the North Atlantic Drift and the southwesterly winds.
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 AllRefer.com - United States : Economy, United States (U.S. Political Geography) - Encyclopedia
Although its output has declined, the United States is among the world leaders in the production of pig iron and ferroalloys, steel, motor vehicles, and synthetic rubber.
Agriculturally, the United States is first in the production of cheese, corn, soybeans, and tobacco.
The United States is also one of the largest producers of cattle, hogs, cow's milk, butter, cotton, oats, wheat, barley, and sugar; it is the world's leading exporter of wheat and corn and ranks third in rice exports.
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 Ycarta, practical map of United Kingdom - England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland - and the major european ...
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The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland has an overall area of 244,110 square кm.
The Severn is the longest river at 354 km.
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 What Are The Top 10 Cities In The United Kingdom? on Almondnet   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
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 RIVERS OF THE UNITED KINGDOM   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The list of Rivers of the United Kingdom is a link page for the rivers of the United Kingdom, organised geographically.
For simplicity, they are divided by the nation in which the mouth of the river can be found, and sea into which it flows.
See also: Waterways in the United Kingdom for an alphabetical list of all waterways in the United Kingdom.
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Whereas the Court is mindful of the purposes and principles of the United Nations Charter and of its own responsibilities in the maintenance of peace and security under the Charter and the Statute of the Court;
The Government of the United Kingdom also reserves the right at any time, by means of a notification addressed to the Secretary-General of the United Nations, and with effect as from the moment of such notification, either to add to, amend or withdraw any of the foregoing reservations, or any that may hereafter be added.";
whereas the United Kingdom argues that Yugoslavia's declaration "is in substance an attempt to accept the jurisdiction of the Court solely for the purpose of a single dispute"; and whereas the United Kingdom stresses that, as Yugoslavia's declaration was deposited only three days before the date of the Application, "[i]t is self-evident.
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 jewishnetwork.com - United Kingdom Southeast: London - Europe
The Jews were pioneers of Iraqi modern music and Rivers of Babylon are a renowned ensemble performing Iraqi-Jewish music.
Rivers of Babylon celebrates Iraqi-Jewish and secular Arabic song from Iraq, middle-eastern instrumentals, Bene Israel and vintage Bollywood song from India.
A talk by Professor Stephen Frosh, Director of the Centre for Psychosocial Studies at Birkbeck College and author of numerous books on Freud and psychoanalysis, exploring the two famous émigrés whose work was banned as ‘degenerate science’ by the Nazis.
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 United Kingdom - Worldworx Travel guide information, photography and email   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
United Kingdom is situated in Northern Europe and includes the countries of England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
In total, the landmass of Britain exceeds 241,590 sq km, and the longest river is the Severn (320km).
Reproduction in whole or in part in any form or medium without written permission of Worldworx is prohibited.
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 Fishing in Devon - Crediton Fly Fishing Club
Because of our abundant trout populations, we do not need to stock our rivers, and consequently we are now one of the very few clubs in the South West to be able to offer true wild brown trout fishing.
There is a membership application to download, but you can e-mail me first to find out if there are current vacancies, or if you have any queries regarding visitor tickets, or the club or the type of fishing etc.
With other local clubs opting to stock their rivers with hatchery trout in order to attract membership, our waters are now now one of the very few true wild trout fisheries in the South West.
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 1998 Local Population Data in Three Rivers for companies in Three Rivers, East
Three Rivers in Hertfordshire, is a district in the South Western tip of the East Region.
Population for the Three Rivers Authority area is 82,843.
Three Rivers District is located in south west Hertfordshire and offers an ideal mixture of beautiful countryside, excellent leisure facilities, good communications, historic buildings, offices and parks.
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 Don River. The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language: Fourth Edition. 2000.
The Don River in Mother Russia is well known, as are the unruly Cossacks who dwelt there, defying khan and czar.
nu nazdya (“the river in the rear” and “the river in front,” respectively).
The presence of Celtic river names both in Britain and in central Europe attests to the Celts' earlier glory as one of the most important peoples of ancient Europe.
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