anabranch


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anabranch

(ˈɑːnəˌbrɑːntʃ)
n
(Physical Geography) a stream that leaves a river and enters it again further downstream
[C19: from ana(stomosing) branch]
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South Carolina, US-based commercial real estate contract services company Armada Analytics has acquired Colorado, US-based flood risk services provider Anabranch Flood to expand services to include zoning reports, acquisition due diligence and insurance review, the company said.
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Informed by a menagerie of philosophers, from Blanchot to Augustine, the poems in this first book are expansive and rigorously intellectual (the same can be said, incidentally, of his second book, Anabranch, published by Wesleyan earlier this year).
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