Examples of waterway in a Sentence
the Erie Canal was superseded by a much larger waterway, the New York State Barge Canal
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Water features: Spotlight a fountain or birdbath in your garden, or create a waterway complete with lights nestled into the rocks for an interesting nighttime aesthetic.
Elected officials and business leaders in Illinois and Indiana have said that significant changes to the Brandon Road complex could hamper cargo shipment on the busy waterway.
Bryan Cereijo Miami Herald Staff The U.S. Coast Guard, which enforces federal law on the waterway, says an extended curfew would exacerbate congestion on the river.
As the top predators in many Australian waterways, platypuses help maintain ecosystem balance and water health.
The nonprofit is one of the only outfits to lead kayak tours down both stretches of the waterway that are legally kayak-able ($45 and up).
But according to ancient Chinese belief, bad energy follows straight lines and good energy meanders (hence the zigzagging garden paths and serpentine manmade waterways).
The still-working N.Y. waterway known as the Erie Canal, celebrating the bicentennial of its birth this year, is now a draw for vacationers.
The ships were designed to be especially relevant in littoral waterways, meaning near coastal areas.
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: a canal, river, etc., that is deep and wide enough for boats and ships to travel through
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