Examples of impoundment in a Sentence
after his impoundment in the garage all weekend, the family dog was ready to frolic
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The company said its new 90 million capacity impoundment/reservoir and intake is being built for approximately $15.4 million, about $6.3 million less than originally estimated.
These lakes are defined by Texas Parks & Wildlife as a public impoundment 75 acres or smaller within an incorporated city limits, a public park or lying totally within a state park’s boundaries.
Louisville is seeing a surge in complaints about vehicles abandoned on residential streets ever since the city's 13-acre police impoundment lot hit capacity (and then some).
The visitor center also provides access to hiking trails that loop around impoundments in the marsh.
Advocates fear that steady erosion of the riverbank could trigger a catastrophic spill, similar to disasters at coal plants in Tennessee and North Carolina where ash impoundments ruptured and caused millions of dollars in damage.
The road crosses over the East Branch of the Naugatuck River several times before ending at the East Branch Flood Control Dam — a huge rock impoundment created by the Army Corps of Engineers after the catastrophic flood of 1955.
But the Trump administration already has played around the edges of impoundment.
Fishing these upright jigheads is ultra-productive in lakes and impoundments, particularly when conditions aren't the best, but few anglers fish shaky heads in coastal, tidal areas.
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