Water bridge

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Wa´ter bridge`

1.(Steam Boilers) See Water table.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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During the project, which is being carried out by roads operator BEAR Scotland, new joints are being fitted on the Auchinlay Rail Bridge and Allan Water Bridge, which carry the A9 over the Stirling to Perth rail line and Allan Water River.
A Canadian man in possession of more than 280 pounds of cocaine which he tried to smuggle out with a shipment of blackberries was arrested at Blue Water Bridge by the Office of Field Operations, U.S.
1938 - The Blue Water Bridge opens on the St Clair River, linking Port Huron, US and Sarnia, Canada.
The project consists of a 25km-long water bridge with four vehicle lanes and a 75km rail connecting a passenger railway and one lane for cars and would be used by passenger trains and freight trains besides vehicles.
The local economy is based on tourism and the trade generated by the Blue Water Bridge, which is the second most active commercial port of entry between the United States and Canada.
Monika Wrobel, of English Street, Dumfries, was also fined PS300 at the town's sheriff court after admitting the offence and also driving at up to 94mph on the A75 road near Annan Water Bridge.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Researchers managed to produce electrically charged water by means of a floating water bridge.
"Our water plant is just north of the Blue Water Bridge, and because we get our drinking water from Lake Huron we have a direct stake in this."
Crossing the Low Water Bridge below the visitor center and running across a river you've been seeing by your side during the entire race, you know the end is close.
"19 Awesome Things You May Not Have Seen Yet'' includes a tiny tugboat pulling a giant ship through the Corinth Canal in Greece; a water bridge suspended over a river in Germany; and, the second-hand phone market in China, with huge piles of phones.