Mobile River

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Noun1.Mobile River - a river in southwestern AlabamaMobile River - a river in southwestern Alabama; flows into Mobile Bay
Alabama, Camellia State, Heart of Dixie, AL - a state in the southeastern United States on the Gulf of Mexico; one of the Confederate states during the American Civil War
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Previously, Smith managed environmental consulting activities for the I-10 Mobility Partners Design-Build Joint Venture (DBJV) tender for the Mobile River Bridge and Bayway project.
The two biggest project in the 2019 proposal include $125 million to the Alabama Department of Transportation to build a new six-lane bridge on Interstate 10 across the Mobile River channel, and another $125 million to the state of Maryland to raise the vertical clearance of the Howard Street Tunnel in Baltimore, owned by railroad CSX (NYSE:CSX), for double-stack trains.
in the Mobile River Industrial Park in Saraland, a suburb of Mobile.
Steel, including general manager and president of its Warrior and Gulf Navigation Company and Mobile River Terminal Company.
Summary: Two barges that had been loaded with natural gas exploded in the Mobile River off the city's shore on Wednesday, injuring three people.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- A fire broke out Wednesday night on Alabama's Mobile River after two barges loaded with natural gas exploded not far from where a once listless Carnival cruise ship was docked, authorities said.
The walleye, Sander vitreus, is widely distributed across North America, from the McKenzie River drainage in northern Canada through the Great Lakes Basin, much of the Mississippi River Basin (Colby et al., 1979; Jenkins and Burkhead, 1994), and the Mobile River Basin (Billington and Maceina, 1997).
This rapid change is attributable to the strong and continuous push of the freshwater inflow from the Mobile River. Therefore, little dye buildup occurred at station 1, as indicated by the relatively flat superposition lines on Figure 1.
Now, researchers have found a population of one of those species-a freshwater limpet last seen more than 60 years ago and presumed extinct-in a tributary of the heavily dammed Coosa River in Alabama's Mobile River Basin.

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