water diviner


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water diviner

n
(Alternative Belief Systems) Brit a person able to locate the presence of water, esp underground, with a divining rod. US name: waterfinder
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water diviner

[ˈwɔːtədɪˌvaɪnəʳ] nrabdomante m/f
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The Water Diviner Sun, BBC2, 10pm War drama with Russell Crowe as a farmer whose sons are missing, presumed dead after fighting in the Gallipoli Campaign.
FARMER Joshua Connor (Russell Crowe) possesses a rare gift for divining water in The Water Diviner (BBC2, 10pm, tomorrow) which he uses to irrigate the property he shares with his wife and three sons.
WATCH IT FARMER Joshua Connor (Russell Crowe) possesses a rare gift for divining water in The Water Diviner (BBC2, 10pm, tomorrow) which he uses to irrigate the property he shares with his wife and three sons.
The Water Diviner (2014) (BBC Two, 10pm) Premiere Rugged farmer Joshua Connor (Russell Crowe, who also directs) possesses a rare gift for divining water, which he uses to irrigate the sprawling property he shares with his wife Eliza (Jacqueline McKenzie) and three sons (Ryan Corr, James Fraser, Ben O'Toole).
The Water Diviner 10pm BBC2 Epic war drama starring Russell Crowe.
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WHEN homes spring mystery leaks, residents call Geoffrey Staite for a touch of water diviner intervention.
He was a water diviner, finding water sources and setting up a water system for his people.
THE WATER DIVINER (15) RUGGED farmer Joshua Connor (Russell Crowe) possesses a rare gift for divining water, which he uses to irrigate the sprawling property he shares with his wife Eliza (Jacqueline McKenzie) and three sons (Ryan Corr, James Fraser, Ben O'Toole).
Willows are trees that line waterways; they are as much conduits of water as copper piping is, and the willow fork is the emblem of the water diviner, twisting in the hands to indicate the presence of water below.