How did the residents of Kiev use the dnieper river?
The Cabarita River that is located in Jamaica is being used as a source of natural water for the residents near it. Also, small boats used this river to travel.
The residents of Maine enjoy skiing.
Russian-speaking people (whether Ukrainian citizens or others) use the word 'Kiev'. Ukrainian-speaking people use the word 'Kyiv'. Ukrainian is an official language so 'Kyiv' is the official name for the capital of Ukraine.
You would normally capitalize nouns in the salutation, Dear Residents: (but this is not a significant aspect of the letter and is often ignored). If you use a longer salutation, such as "My dear Neighbors," the word dear would not be capitalized.
They claimed it was a response to guerrilla attacks during the Battle of Kiev.
Is the walkway on the roof that residents living on the roof use to enter there condo a common area?
is the walkway on the roof (which the 4th floor residedence use to reach ther condo) common are to all residents
The gange river use for transport
We use the Mississippi River for shipping.
The meaning of 'residents' in a dictionary is, 'The residents of a house or area are the people who live there.' You could say something like: "The residents of this house are drunken ravers." "The Archbishop called upon the government to build more low cost homes for local residents." "He moved to Belgium to 1990 to live with his son, who had been resident in Brussels since 1967." Hope this helps :)
Only the residents of the Homes on the lake, unless someone is invited by one of the residents to the lake access. -Glad to Help, Nick-
People use the river Amazon for ferry trips
You can use anything to find what you are looking for.
Chicago's Chinatown is an enclave of Chinese American residents. :D
how does a river use its energy
Yes people do use it to transport goods. its a well use river.
50,000 rafts of timber use the river to move wood
there are approxametly 4876 people who use the Brahmaputra river
I am quite certain that they STILL DO use oars in the Nile river.
Kiev and Novgorod were principalities. I think the term is no longer in use in Russia anymore, as nobility was more or less wiped out during the revolution.
There isn't much of a use, it was just hollowed out by water and soon became a river.
we went across a river
The Orinoco River
Yes. The Romans basically used the same waterways that we use today such as the Tiber River, the Rhine River and the Mediterranean Sea.
Louisianians... but I have never in my life heard anyone actually use this term.
Some do. They might invite pet therapy groups to visit to allow their pets to visit with residents, or they might have one or more facility pets that residents care for.
The Chinese used the yellow river the same way they use any other river. For example they use rivers for transportation, agriculture and water to drink and bathe.
John baptized from the River Jordan.
We use the term meanders to refer to bends in a river.
the river danced in the moonlight
St. lawrance river
The yangtze river is for fishing, transportation and sightseeing
the nile river. the nile river is the longest river ever.
Foreign driving licences can be used in the UK for a maximum of 1 year by temporary residents. Permanent residents must obtain a UK licence before they can drive in the UK.
No. But they did use it for transportation.
they use boats
Yes, but most Chinese residents use bikes or public transportation.
In rural areas of the mountains, residents occasionally found an elk in their backyard.
The shape of a house, it's not just the shape it's the location and how much the residents of the house use energy.
how near by people used the congo river
we would prefer to believe that a river creates energy
Vessels of considerable dimensions use the Volga River
You could use wire for the shape of the river and use plaster of Paris to fill it in. Then, you would paint it.
Some tribes use it.
the residents around the town who are mad and they tap their foot
What river did early settlers in the Old Northwest territory use to transport goods and produce to the Mississippi river?
The Missouri River.
(nonagenarian: someone in their nineties - noun or adjective) It is harder for a nonagenarian to get a drivers license. The nonagenarian residents did not know how to use the computerized library.