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No, aqueducts were used to carry water. They were big water pipes which carried water to wherever it was needed.

No, aqueducts were used to carry water. They were big water pipes which carried water to wherever it was needed.

No, aqueducts were used to carry water. They were big water pipes which carried water to wherever it was needed.

No, aqueducts were used to carry water. They were big water pipes which carried water to wherever it was needed.

No, aqueducts were used to carry water. They were big water pipes which carried water to wherever it was needed.

No, aqueducts were used to carry water. They were big water pipes which carried water to wherever it was needed.

No, aqueducts were used to carry water. They were big water pipes which carried water to wherever it was needed.

No, aqueducts were used to carry water. They were big water pipes which carried water to wherever it was needed.

No, aqueducts were used to carry water. They were big water pipes which carried water to wherever it was needed.

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