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Gua·dal·qui·vir

 (gwŏd′l-kwĭv′ər, gwä′thäl-kē-vîr′)
A river of southern Spain flowing about 650 km (405 mi) west and southwest to the Gulf of Cádiz.

Guadalquivir

(ˌɡwɑːdəlkwɪˈvɪə; Spanish ɡwaðalkiˈβir)
n
(Placename) the chief river of S Spain, rising in the Sierra de Segura and flowing west and southwest to the Gulf of Cádiz: navigable by ocean-going vessels to Seville. Length: 560 km (348 miles)

Gua•dal•qui•vir

(ˌgwɑd l kiˈvɪər)

n.
a river in S Spain, flowing W to the Gulf of Cádiz. 374 mi. (602 km) long.
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Some examples of the macro invertebrates reported in Varanasi are Baetis, Sinictinogomphus, Orthetrum albistylum speciosum, Sympetrum sp.
In the times when the Baetis was still a wild river, with uncontrollable forces when it raged down, Corduba afforded perfect command over the only fords that allowed it to be crossed in times of low water and for many kilometres around, becoming a prototype of "bridge city" (Vaquerizo 2006b); a situation that must have soon moved on from simple metaphoric expression to tangible reality.
Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae) (Wassenaar & Hobson 1998) or the upstream movement of mayflies, Baetis spp.
En esencia la gran diferencia estriba entre percibir, comprender y analizar este territorio desde las riberas del Baetis y del lacus Ligustinus, predominando el rol del accidente lacustre, fluvial y ribereno--en nuestra opinion el foco historico de articulacion territorial de este espacio--o bien hacerlo desde la Bahia de Cadiz, la ciudad de Jerez de la Frontera y el curso del Guadalete, como ejes geograficos que enfatizarian lo continental, lo serrano y lo interior en la organizacion y articulacion de aquel espacio historico.
Pool stagnation and fine sediment accumulation associated with drought have been shown to reduce Baetis sp.
O vinho, as conservas de peixe e o azeite eram distribuidos pelo centro da Europa, gracas a existencia de uma elite betica, integrada na vida politica e economica do Imperio, e aos rios Baetis e Genil.
The effect of rock size upon the distribution of species of Orthocladiinae (Chironomidae: Diptera) and Baetis intercalaris McDunnough (Baetidae: Ephemeroptera).
The Betis part comes from Baetis, the Roman name for the river which runs through the club's home city of Seville.
Trout have also eliminated or drastically reduced other native Andean aquatic life, including a Baetis - a tiny, irresistible trout fly, which American fly fishermen might recognize.
De lo ya observado sobre el transporte fluvial se desprende el papel capital que el Baetis desempeno para las comunicaciones provinciales.