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Lakes and Rivers

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Lakes are huge water bodies that hold a large amount of fresh water. Rivers are water bodies that flow according to gravity, usually ending at a larger body of water such as the sea or ocean.
if your lookin at the radiator on the front of the car there is a plug about half way down the left hand sideif you twist and pull that will release water I'm unsure about other models but the kseries 1.4sli this plug is alos the thermostate/fan switch 2
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I believe it is the Delaware River. I seem to remember the term "Delaware mud." I saw a post which claimed the baseball mud comes from Baltimore, as the dirt there is 'extra fine'. Although many years ago, as a resident of the Philadelphia area I was told the apparently widely accepted story of how…
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Bounce is the angle from the leading edge of the club face across the bottom of the club. If you have 7 degrees of bounce, the bottom part (part that rests on the ground) of the club will angle down toward the ground at 7 degrees. This is designed to keep the leading edge of the club from digging in…
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%REPLIES% Answer Yes, I suspect they would. Drugs are much, much easier (and cheaper) on the medical delivery system and get grossly overprescribed. (diagnosed this year, am 35 and now on Adderall) Answer: I don't believe so. ADD is a chemical imbalance--not a behavior problem. Some childr…
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%DETAILS% Answer According to H. Mayer & R. Wade, in their book -- Chicago, Growth of a Metropolis, page 177 -- the City of Lake View's annexation to Chicago was in 1889.
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%DETAILS% That of course was the slang term used by many to describe the area and I am sure it was not an official designation. The area around and near Montrose and Damen ave. was largely inhabited by people from the south. This might have gone as far north as Lawrence Ave. and generally east …
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%FOLLOWUPS% I do not know if this would be helpful to you, but a Frederick Boldenweck is mentioned in '*Who's Who in Chicago' 1931; 'merchant; April 14,1842-September 30,1929. See Who's Who in Chicago,1926.''The Book of Chicagoans' was first published in 1905. The title was changed to 'Who's Who …
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N O ! , Chicago is located on the shores of Lake Michigan, one of the Great Lakes. No, but we've got one heck of a Lake.
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Lakeview was an incorporated town from 1887 to 1889 when Chicago annexed it into the city. People were living in the area from 1830. Lakeview's name came from a hotel built near what is now Sheridan and Byron. Walter Newberry of library fame, suggested the name to the owner James Rees. If you go to …
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No. States will often issue a license for businesses that are educational in scope. So some schools can say with all honesty that they are licensed by the state. That does not mean they are accredited. It means the state recognizes that they are an educational enterprise. If you transfer to another…
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I would put caulk in the gap, because it won't crack.A: Ah, but you have to use the right type of caulking and you have to fill the void properly. If you are going to do the job do it all around the pool at one time. You might find the right ingredients in a full service pool store or a rock & g…
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unscrew the drain cover and use needle nose pliers to pull hair out of the line.   Have the drain line snaked.
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If you can empty the pool (safely, without damaging the pool), clean it up while empty and refill, that's your best option. Otherwise start by hitting the heck out of the water with chlorine, then start vacuuming (to waste) and brushing walls until clean.
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A computer virus is nothing more than a computer program. Same with Worms and Trojan Horse Programs. They're just code written by a person (or people, as the case may be.)From the McAfee Security home page:"Virus - A computer program file capable of attaching to disks or other files and replicating …
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%DETAILS% Answer The Prospect House was originally built in 1887 by William C. Mound. The property was purchased in 1894 by Horace B. Ellis. Mr. Ellis ran the Prospect House until his death in 1915 and his sone, Edward, continued operating the resort through the summer of 1921. In the Fall of …
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Answer Lake Hortensia, which is three miles long and a half mile wide; its original name was "Gregory's Pond," and afterwards "Horton's Pond." It is near the village of Hortonville.
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This is a story entitled 'The Moonlight Ghosts of Lake Morey'We are educated to believe that Robert Fulton invented the Steam Engine. However, it was invented by Samuel Morey and stolen by Fulton because of an error in the Patent registration. Morey was so angered, that he sunk his boat, the Aunt Sa…
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Yes, there was a natural creek there, but it wasn't very useful for commerce so it was turned into a canal and the canals course is different from the creek that was there, so yes, the connection between the Hudson River and the Harlem River is man made.
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Answer The land was made of blue grass, unlike ours today. It had been different because it was closer to the ice age, and the pigment of the ground and the earths crust was not as it is today. The land nwas hilly, and any dead animal bones were found compressed into mountains because of the pre-…
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When in the middle of the strife, the lines can be blurred and gray. I know after months of stress and emotional abuse, I would lash out angrily and then be accused of abusive behavior. With some hindsight, and hopefully not too much rationalizing, I can honestly say my intent was never to abuse. I …
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Milestone Ticket Stubs Vintage baseball tickets stubs for all teams from this era in general are worth about $3.-$5. Condition is important. Rips, crease, stains and fading could bring the price down significantly. With ticket stubs if the stub was not torn cleanly it will effect the price as wil…
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Maracaibo was founded in 1529 by Ambrosius Ehinger on the western side of Lake Maracaibo which is the dominant feature of the oil-rich Maracaibo Basin. Favoured by prevailing winds and a protected harbour, the city is located on the shores of the lake where the narrows, which eventually lead to the …
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Allegheny River (from the North East) and the Monongahela River (from the South East) meet to form the Ohio River.
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Congaree River is a short but wide river in South Carolina in the United States.It flows for only 47 miles (78 km).
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Because it flows through Chicago! *rimshot*Seriously though, "Chicago" was a mispronunciation of the native American name for an indigenous onion-like plant that grew in the marshy areas by the river and lake...the area now referred to as "the Loop".
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The water pump is very easy to access on the 3.4's. Just follow the lower radiator hose to the engine and that's the pump you will have to replace.
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per Chilton's, the firing order of the 78 toro, 403cu in. is 1-8-4-3-6-5-7-2. The same as the 455cuFiring order should be cast into intake in front of carb if you have factory cast iron intake but above answer is rightalso it has a counter clockwise rotation unlike the corporate engine firing order
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wow, ill even use that to remember the great lakes!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1
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Most major cities were founded 100's if not 1000's of years ago. In those times major rivers were vital for transport, trade, and defence. Rivers like the Thames gave the Romans a sheltered inland port at Londinium with quick access to the open sea. Until the birth of the railway boats were the onl…
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May I ask why you are seeking the address of Michau's Paint Shop? My great grandfather owned that store, so I am wondering what your interest is.
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yes. The kitchen drains are normally 1 1/2 inch so you have enough drain to carry the sink addition.ANS 2 YES there is a standard ABS coupling to do so
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Crabs use their claws to acquire and manipulate food. They also use the claws for some food processing, and to help move food toward the mouth. Crabs have specialized mouth parts for finer food processing. Once the food particles are small enough, they are moved into the digestive tract into a chamb…
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Length: The Amazon River is 6280km long. Source: Calillona, Peru.The Mouth(Delta) is located in North Eastern Brazil. The Amazon River is the world's second longest river. Only the Nile, in Africa, is longer. The Amazon however, at any one point in time has the highest amount of water flowing do…
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Let's face it .. an all man workplace is the slush box for bad behavior. Many men will comment about a good looking woman and sometimes they aren't too nice about some of those comments (dirty talk.) It's the husband/boyfriend's place to stick up for her and nothing to do with the woman. For instanc…
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The largest ball of twine built by one person is in Darwin, Minnesota. Francis Johnson built a 17,400 pound, 13 foot in diameter, ball of sisal twine in 1950.
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The river's name, before the English, was once thought to be Quinobequin (meandering), though that attribution has been discredited by, among others, the Harvard University Librarian in 1850. The river was used by Native Americans for local transportation and fishing, and as part of the way from sou…
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In competitive football, the length of the throw is not measured, but rather the length of the play (catch and run). The longest pass is 99 yards in US football and 109 yards in Canada, that being one yard less than the length of the field. There is no official record for Longest Throw, but a dista…
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Made 1993-95. @ 4,000 made. A good shotgun.
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Straight across the Atlantic Ocean from New Jersey, you'd be South of Portugal.
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Simply that cattle would be watered at the bow shaped lake, deriving into a single word of oxbow. How about... It comes from the shape of the lake. Answer An oxbow lake is a U-shaped lake water body formed when a wide meander from the mainstem of a river is cut off to create a lake. Check th…
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Well, Europe isn't a country, it is a continent. You don't say in the US, that you and Canadians and Mexicans are all the same. That's an insult! Same goes for Europe; don't call a Englishman or a Dutchman he is a European; he'll be angry with you! Also, you acnnot say; Brussel is the capital of Eur…
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June 2005, a South African called Nuno Gomes, had Reached the depth of 318.25m in the Red sea. The Guiness Book of World Records still records this as the deepest ever scuba dive.Later 2005, a French diver named Pascal Bernabe reportedly dived to 330m exactly, but for some reason that dive has never…
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Answer High altitude aircraft need to pressurize their cabins (pack more air in) in order to offset the decreased air density (and consequently the decreased amount of oxygen in the air) at the higher altitudes so passengers and crew can continue to breathe without the need for supplimental oxyge…
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Answer you can filter the sea water to get rid of the sand. Then you boil the sea water and the salt will turn to crystals. Then filter the water again and then you don't have sand or salt in the water.
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Hudson Bay is in fact both. Taking into account the inflow of salt water that flows in from the Arctic Ocean (Fax Basin) and fresh water from the rivers that pour into James Bay/ Hudson Bay the ratio of fresh water to salt water is 2:5. Taking into account the fresh water that comes from the thawing…
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1-8-7-2-6-5-4-3 Drivers side head front to rear is 1-3-5-7 the other head front to rear is 2-4-6-8
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Salt is dissolved from the Earth and transported by rivers in seas and oceans.
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no? you have no choice if you have no water or no food you have to drink the water for you to survive yes if u lick botom and eat human waste all day by James bambino
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GET A SPEED BALL. You can also use weights for your wrists, practicing with these weights everyday for a certain amount of time will increase your speed dramatically, start with a light weight and work your way up as you get stronger, just make sure not to hurt yourself.
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The noise law is in effect to help keep volumes at a minimum after a certain time. This keeps neighborhoods more peaceful. In St. Johns Co, Florida, the noise law is in effect during the hours of 10pm and 7am on Sunday through Thursday and 11pm to 7am on Friday and Saturday.
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The general concensus for the timeline of the holocaust is that it began following conferences by top German officials in 1942 and ended upon the camps liberation in 1945 by Allies troops. Gradually the German persecution of Jews built up momentum so that by the time of the Wanasee Conference in s…
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Earth without WaterHumans, as well as most other animals would have a lot of trouble remaining healthy; they simply couldn't deal with the impurities in any other kind of water. Animals which depend on the presence of fresh water, such as fish and insects which live in it, would soon become very rar…
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East of Maryland and South of New Jersey and Pennsylvania The state located at the Atlantic Coast in the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States.Delaware is a state located on the Atlantic Coast in the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States
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This is a multi-step process, but it's pretty simple when broken down into parts. It's pretty much finding the volume of a cylinder. Tie a long string around a rock or use some fishing weights. Lower the weighted end into the well until the weight hits the bottom. Pull the string back up and measure…
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It is no particular place, just away from the rest of civilization.
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The Amazon river starts in Peru, at Apacheta Cliff at Nevado Mismi
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Bought by SavageNot as an independent company. The owners were demoralized by the successful passage of anti-gun legislation in Canada and sold the business. It was acquired by the Savage Arms Company of America which did not keep the name alive. Most of the rifles are sold in the U.S. and under the…
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The Yangtze River is the longest river of China. Its length is 6,236 km. The Yellow River is the second longest river of China. It length is 5,778 km. SOURCE: S. Liu, P. Lu, D. Liu, P. Jin, W. Wang, Pinpointing the sources and measuring the lengths of the principal rivers of the world, Internationa…
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There are more mountains west of the Mississippi River. The mountains west of the Mississippi River are also higher than those east of the river.
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The Missouri River starts in Montana and flows generally east and south for 2540 miles before flowing into the Mississippi River, the second longest river in the United States. The Mississippi River (the largest river system) flows from Minnesota to the Gulf of Mexico. The Missouri and the lower Mis…
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The Hudson River was previously called the Mauritius River.
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An Oxbow is a portion of the harness rigging built by slowly bending a length of green wood using heat and moisture to create a uniform "U" shaped stock that fits through holes cut into the yoke. This devise has early European origins and has been in use for at least 700 years to team up oxen for te…
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The Snowy River is a major river in south-eastern Australia. It originates on the slopes of Mount Kosciuszko, Australia's highest mainland peak, draining the eastern slopes of the Snowy Mountains in New South Wales, before flowing through the Snowy River National Park in Victoria and emptying into B…
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Paris, France is located on the banks of the world famous River Seine. Its banks are a World Heritage site.
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The length of the Nile river is 7,088 km (4,405 miles). It is the longest river of the world.SOURCE: S. Liu, P. Lu, D. Liu, P. Jin, W. Wang, Pinpointing the sources and measuring the lengths of the principal rivers of the world, International Journal of Digital Earth, Volume 2, Issue 1 March 2009 , …
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It's literally a ridge of high land dividing two areas that are drained by different river systems; figuratively, it means a turning point -- a moment in time that involves a decision or event that changes the course of the past and leads someplace else. In river parlance, it generally means the ent…
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Answer If he's been cruel and taken up with other NS..... that doesn't necessarily mean he's not still dependant on you for NS. Especially if you're his Secondary (stable)NS. If you are part of his Narcissistic Space.... He may get very resentful and feel slighted... as in "HOW DARE YOU DENY ME!"…
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Seagull and larger fish then it. most crabs that get eaten by seagull are on the beach shore.
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You're right, they are on the exhaust manifolds exactly where you said, but 95% of them do in fact have the secondary o2 sensors, so be prepared to have 4 of them. Answer On the exhaust manifolds, near where the headpipe connects. There should be one on either side. Some have a secondary ox…
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The River Nile in Africa, is generally considered to be the longest river in the World. Its length is 6,650 km (4,132 miles). The length of the Nile river is 7,088 km (4,405 miles). It is the longest river of the world. The Amazon River is the longest river in the world and the Nile River…
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Acid rain is rain or any other form of precipitation which is unusually acidic. It has harmful effects on plants, aquatic animals and buildings. Acid rain is mostly caused by human emissions of sulfur and nitrogen compounds which react in the atmosphere to produce acids. In recent years, many go…
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Answer 1 The ice would sink, and, particularly in the higher latitudes, the sinking ice would allow more ice to form in winter. Eventually, the northern and southern oceans would be solid from the surface to the bottom, as would northern and southern lakes, and slower moving rivers. It depends o…
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The world's widest river is the Rio de la Plata, in south America.
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There is still food available to fish under the ice during the winter. There is still vegetation, insect activity and small fish available for species to eat during the winter. Trout are very active during the winter. Some fish like bass become very sedentary when the water temperature falls.
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Because Punjab Province rules the pakistan and harrapa is in Punjab Provicne thats why they promote harrappa otherwise 70% of indus valley sites including Moenjodaro are in Sindh and Balochistan Province
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After a heavy rain, or in the spring when the snow melts.
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If invaders tried to go by river to invade China, they would get stopped by wind and the hard tide.
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The Land of 10,000 Lakes I can't say for sure just how fishable they are, but Minnesota's nickname is "The land of 10,000 lakes."
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the nile was measured by the nilometer
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The River Thames is 346 km (215 miles) long. It rises (source) at Thames Head near Kemble in Gloucestershire and winds its way through several counties in Southern England eastwards to the North Sea at its mouth in the Thames estuary between Kent and Essex. The Thames is the longest river entirely…
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Lake Norman was made to provide power to the Piedmont region of North Carolina. It was created in 1963 as part of the construction of the Cowans Ford Dam by Duke Power.There is a Lake Norman in North Carolina, a few miles North of Charlotte.
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The length of the Nile River is 7,088 km or 4,405 miles. It is the longest river in the world. The Amazon River is the 2nd longest river in the world with the length 6,575 km or 4,086 miles.
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Answer Balmoral Castle is situated on the banks of the River Dee which flows through this part of Perthshire in Scotland Thank you, but the River Dee is not the answer. The answer goes like this: B?i?m?n?
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The Red River - Minnesota and Dakota. The St. John River - Jacksonville, FL. The Saginaw River - Michigan.The Shiawasee River - Michigan. (slightly easterly) The Kishwaukee River - Illinois. The Monongahela River - WVA and PA. The Youghiogheny River - WVA and PA. The Willamette River - Oregon.…
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Lanier, Sinclair, Oconee, West Point, Hartwell, Russell, Clark Hill, Seminole and a few more.
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The Mississippi RiverI don't know about north to south or west to east or east to west but The Missouri is the longest river in the USA by a couple hundred miles over the muddy Mississippi.
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Narmada And Tapti Answer The Narmada or Nerbudda (Narbada) is a river in central India in Indian subcontinent. It forms the traditional boundary between North India and South India, and is a total of 1,289 km (801 mi) long. The Tapti or the tapi river flows in the gulf of Cambay (Khambat ) through t…
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Warst question ever.
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The Nile River is located on the Continent of Africa it is 4,184 miles long.
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Intracellular compartment
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They need to have food (they prefer fish and crayfish, but eat what is available), water, and a good large habitat. river otters often die from pollution and/or loss of habitat.
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a delta is formed by mass of snow!!!!!! <3 i love u
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Chemical WaterAcid rain is a result of chemicals or pollution in the air being taken to the clouds and atmosphere with the rain that is evaporated from the earth. it forms from the polution in the air... and other polutants on earth that get taken back into the sky
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Because only pure water can evaporate. Salt cannot evaporate. That is the reason why. Edit: Not exactly true. SOME salt DOES evaporate (it takes a higher temperature than H2O), so rain water IS salty, just not so much that a person can taste it.
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There are 164 major rivers, but some aren't even counted so no one knows the full total. sem semere
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it begins in colunbia and end in Peru
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