River Thames


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Noun1.River Thames - the longest river in EnglandRiver Thames - the longest river in England; flows eastward through London to the North Sea
England - a division of the United Kingdom
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We asked him if he had ever tried washing flannels in the river, and he replied: "No, not exactly himself like; but he knew some fellows who had, and it was easy enough;" and Harris and I were weak enough to fancy he knew what he was talking about, and that three respectable young men, without position or influence, and with no experience in washing, could really clean their own shirts and trousers in the river Thames with a bit of soap.
Then, too, I can find my friends easiest in this direction, for the River Thames runs through this place you call the Camp of the Lions, and it is farther down the Thames that my friends are awaiting me.
The world seemed in his grasp as he listened to the River Thames, which still flowed inland from the sea.
The eponymous actor has always been fascinated by the River Thames. It runs right through London - the place where he was born and where his family have lived for three centuries.
Prince William's initiative is designed to help prevent suicides and accidental drowning in the River Thames.
A SIMPLE 'Hello, how are you?' is sometimes all it takes to save a life", the Duke of Cambridge said as he launched a campaign to reduce deaths on the River Thames.
An ancient human skull bone estimated to be 5,600 years old has been fished out of the River Thames in England.
London Bridge is closed after a stolen van crashed into cars and a bus before the driver 'jumped' into the River Thames.
An unusual demolition project on the banks of the River Thames has reportedly been completed safely and successfully, thanks to a bespoke scaffolding solution provided by SGB.
FORMER Ukip leader Nigel Farage has helped dump a tray of haddock into the River Thames in a protest against the Brexit transition deal.