Elizabeth River


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Noun1.Elizabeth River - a short river in southeastern Virginia flowing between Norfolk and Portsmouth into Hampton RoadsElizabeth River - a short river in southeastern Virginia flowing between Norfolk and Portsmouth into Hampton Roads
Old Dominion, Old Dominion State, VA, Virginia - a state in the eastern United States; one of the original 13 colonies; one of the Confederate States in the American Civil War
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Norfolk Waterside Marriott is located at the corner of Waterside Drive and East Main Street along the Elizabeth River in the heart of downtown.
Rick is a member of the Virginia Maritime Association and enjoys volunteering with the United Way of Hampton Roads and the Lynnhaven River NOW and Elizabeth River Project organizations.
Dominion burned coal for decades at the plant, which sits on the Elizabeth River near the mouth of the Chesapeake Bay.
In Norfolk, Virginia, Macquarie and Swedish construction firm Skanska won the right in 2011 to collect billions of dollars in tolls for the Elizabeth River Tunnels public-private partnership, which won more than $675 million in PABs from DOT, for 58 years, the Washington Post (https://www.
The project could be costlier than expected due to a non-compete clause negotiated in a 2011 agreement with Elizabeth River Crossings (ERC), a partnership between a Swedish construction company and an Australian finance group.
The Lafayette River has a narrow channel of approximately 3 m depth, whereas the Elizabeth River channel is maintained at 6-7 m depth to support the commercial and federal facilities that line the river banks.
The Navy has finished construction work cleaning up a former ammunition facility on the Southern Branch of the Elizabeth River as part of its Superfund cleanup efforts, which first began at the St.
For example, the new floors will be enclosed by light-sensitive glass, which functions much like variable eyeglasses and darkens on hot days to minimize energy consumption while preserving exterior views--in this case, the busy Elizabeth River.
The Elizabeth River Tunnels (ERT) Project team reached a major construction milestone for the new Midtown Tunnel with the immersion of the last tunnel element, connecting the shorelines of Portsmouth and Norfolk.
At least until a Miami Airlines plane carrying 56 passengers from Newark Airport plunges into the Elizabeth River in December 1952.
two-lane tunnel under the Elizabeth River in Hampton Roads, Va.
Standing at the Elizabeth River looking at the Naval Shipyard and neighboring Portsmouth, the climate change carnage looming over Norfolk, Virginia, may not be immediately noticeable.

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