Water gang

Wa´ter gang`

1.(O. E. Law) A passage for water, such as was usually made in a sea wall, to drain water out of marshes.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Last Sunday morning we did a couple of laps in Salthouse Dock with the open water gang, and me attempting to swim on Steve's hip and follow him around.
THE OUTLOOK IS FINE Gosforth High School students Ross Wilson and May Elattar, John Mowbray, Director of Corporate Affairs for Northumbrian Water and Doug Henderson, MP for Newcastle North, check recently-collected weather data.; GLOBE PROJECT Gosforth High School students May Elattar and Ross Wilson, pictured with a GLOBE weather station and Doug Henderson, MP for Newcastle North.; WATER GANG The H20 Gang, above help younger customers learn the importance of water for life, health and the environment.
It is no secret that for eras water gangs have controlled parts of the water supply in Karachi.