Scheldt River


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Related to Scheldt River: Meuse River, Rhine River, Maas River, Schelde River
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Noun1.Scheldt River - a river that rises in France and flows northeast across Belgium and empties into the North SeaScheldt River - a river that rises in France and flows northeast across Belgium and empties into the North Sea
Belgique, Belgium, Kingdom of Belgium - a monarchy in northwestern Europe; headquarters for the European Union and for the North Atlantic Treaty Organization
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The aim of the current assignment is to create support for the various projects within the framework of the scheldt river basin management plan for the sub-basins munsterbeek, Demer i and ii, Mombeek and herk in the demer basin.
After winning the opening round at Kaunas in Lithuania, Al-Qemzi leads the championship standings following the surprise abandonment of round two on the Scheldt River in Antwerp because of inclement weather conditions.
After winning the opening round at Kaunas in Lithuania, Al Qamzi leads the championship standings following the surprise abandonment of round two on the Scheldt River in Antwerp because of inclement weather.
The author calls General Guy Simonds' conduct of the fighting on the Scheldt River "unquestionably superb," with Simonds' abilities matched by the soldiers he commanded.
For that purpose a high-voltage electrical cable could be drawn under the Scheldt river toward Eeklo or Zandvliet in the port of Antwerp.
One of the few Prides that isn't centered on a parade, the Belgian festival is more a four-day feestje, with special events at venues all around the fabulous Flemish city, including a multivessel Saturday boat party on the Scheldt River.
The European Investment Bank (EIB) granted, on 5 November, a loan of 313 million for the construction of a tunnel under the Scheldt river to link container terminals in the Port of Antwerp with Europe's main railway network.