Trent River


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Trent River

1. A river, about 300 km (185 mi) long, of southeast Ontario, Canada. It is part of the Trent-Severn Waterway, about 385 km (240 mi) long, which connects Lake Ontario with Georgian Bay.
2. A river, about 275 km (170 mi) long, of central England flowing generally northeast to join the Ouse River and form the Humber estuary.
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Noun1.Trent River - a river in central England that flows generally northeastward to join with the Ouse River and form the HumberTrent River - a river in central England that flows generally northeastward to join with the Ouse River and form the Humber
England - a division of the United Kingdom
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An Associated Press photographer who flew over eastern North Carolina's Trent River on Sunday saw several flooded hog farms, their long metal buildings ringed by dark water.
But thousands of buildings were damaged in destruction Roberts called "heart-wrenching." Across the Trent River from New Bern, Jerry and Jan Andrews returned home after evacuating to find carp flopping in their backyard near the porch stairs.
The Trent River and the Cape Fear River both hit records Sunday, topping highs set during Hurricane Floyd in 1999, the National Weather Service said.
The biological system of stream classification used by the Trent river board.
The magazine selected New Bern to be in the top 10 for its ideal location with easy access to the Neuse River, Trent River and Pamlico Sound.
17 about 10 miles east of New Bern and backing up to the Trent River is in its fifth year, said Caroline Parham-Ramsey, archaeology professor at CCC.
"It's interesting because in the mid-60s, the Trent River Board said the river was too poisonous for anything to grow other than sewage fungus.
Partner Innergex II recently completed a project with CRT Construction on a Trent River system project and will now work with them on the White River.
The Trent River system, critical to this exploration, flows past the doors of the hotel adding a tranquil setting to your stay.
It sits on two-and-a-half acres, and backs up the Trent river. We love flowers, and we have 100,000 bulbs planted.
Ninety years later, Eben would recognize that the main plant is still where he built it all, at the mouth of the Trent River in downtown Trenton, Ontario, but he would recognize little else.

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