Don River


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Don River

A river of western Russia flowing about 1,960 km (1,220 mi) generally south then west into the northeast Sea of Azov. It is linked with the Volga River by a canal near Volgograd.
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Noun1.Don River - a European river in southwestern Russia; flows into the Sea of Azov
Russian Federation, Russia - a federation in northeastern Europe and northern Asia; formerly Soviet Russia; since 1991 an independent state
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Among the public spaces visited is the square near the stadium built for the World Cup 2018, as well as the embankment of the right bank of the Don River, landscaped by a concession agreement.
If this kind of situation occurred with the Don River, the Humber River or the Rouge River, it would be cleaned, Walker said.
The middle chapters of O'Connor's book trace this rise, and the variety of issues animating Probers, from restoring the polluted Don River, to early recycling initiatives, to environmental education projects.
The tragic death, in March of 1960, of five Italian immigrants working on a water-main under the Don River brought to public light the unsafe and exploitative conditions that prevailed in that industry.
The reader follows everything through Maggie's all-seeing eyes, from a streetcar ride along Queen Street West to an ill-fated car trip to the Don River.
In 2015, the focus will be on the Don River watershed, and in 2016 we'll be exploring the Credit River watershed.
Four generations of the dysfunctional Shamanov family gather at their wooden manse in the middle of the Don River steppe to celebrate the 100th birthday of their near-paralyzed patriarch in "Home--A Russian Family," an over-the-top soap opera-cum-actioner from helmer Oleg Pogodin.
The first is for reconstruction, maintenance and rehabilitation of a bridge crossing over the Don river (the new bridge is to become part of M-4 Don Highway).
Development of the central port and Don River valley for industrial uses degraded water quality, caused endless siltation problems and turned the formerly pristine Ashbridge's Bay marshes into a cesspit of miasmic proportion.
Artefacts and bones of anatomically modern humans dating back between 30,000 and 40,000 years have been discovered at sites along the Don River, about 400 km south of Moscow.