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river bank

(ˈrɪvəˌbæŋk) or

riverbank

n
(Physical Geography) the land along the edge of a river
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It was quite a scramble down to the stream bed, and, once on the bed, we went down stream perhaps for a hundred feet.
They're changing the character of the stream bed, so when there are floods, the soil, and gravel are more mobile.
2) It actually pulls mercury out of the stream bed.
A 90-year-old man also died in the Kalamata area, while the body of a 73-year-old man was located in a swollen stream bed in the vicinity of Sparta, further east.
Cunneen told The Standard that the state sampled the stream bed and stream bank, and water within the stream bed, in both creeks this past spring.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- Two people died and four others were injured after a minibus driver lost control of their vehicle and it flipped over into a stream bed in the BaE-akE-ehir district of ystanbul after ramming into roadside barriers on Sunday.
Ober, who was wearing a seat belt, was able to free himself from the wreckage, which ended up in a deep stream bed.
The colour change - caused by pollution from a closed ironstone mine - turned the stream brown and devastated river life, depositing large amounts of iron oxide on the stream bed and banks.
plant life declines due to overbrowsing, it can lead to erosion of the stream bed.
The 2008 incident began when a Border Patrol agent mounted on horseback discovered a group of men sleeping in a dry stream bed in the desert, which straddles a key corridor for Mexican traffickers smuggling drugs and illegally ferrying immigrants into the United States.
The Eastern Summit Planning Commission previously approved the quarry, which will be used to extract large boulders for use in landscaping and stream bed stabilization applications.
Scientists identified sulfur, nitrogen, hydrogen, oxygen, phosphorus and carbon -- some of the key chemical ingredients for life -- in the powder Curiosity drilled out of a sedimentary rock near an ancient stream bed in Gale Crater on the Red Planet last month," NASA said in a statement.