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watersmeet

(ˈwɔːtəzˌmiːt)
n
(Physical Geography) the point where two streams meet
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watersmeet

- A junction of two rivers.
See also related terms for rivers.
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Austrian School is not the only runner for the Johnston team, with recent winners Watersmeet, Making Miracles and Lucky Deal also taking their chance.
He had the choice and went with Austrian School, it wasn't easy and would have been hard to get off Watersmeet and even Making Miracles "We've got four good bullets at but the draw is very influential, even over that trip.
Another long-time favourite, Watersmeet, will also carry my money when he bids to repeat last year's victory in Wolverhampton's Betway Conditions Stakes.
Helped by coarse anglers from the Tyne Anglers Alliance and other fishing clubs, the survey concentrated on a dozen locations between Kielder and Watersmeet.
The trail meanders along the banks of the East Lyn River from Watersmeet House through beautiful woodland.
FROM Watersmeet House car park in North Devon this 2.2 mile walk crosses a road and follows a steep path to waterfalls by the house.
From there I was the tribal attorney for Lac Vieux Desert, a tribe in Watersmeet, Michigan.
Watersmeet is also due to feature at the Easter showpiece meeting after winning a fast track qualifier for the stayers' division last month.
The top two in terms of ratings in an eight-strong field are Watersmeet and Mountain Bell and preference is for the latter.
After six years in Stoke Heath, Diamond Dance Coventry has moved to the old Co-Operative Theatre building in Watersmeet Road, Wyken, formerly used by the Wheatsheaf Players.
LONGEST TRAVELLERS 341 miles Aristo Du Plessis (Winc 2.10), 301 miles Tree Of Liberty (Kels 12.35), No No Mac (Kels 2.20), Bestwork (Kels 3.30), 245 miles Jack Dexter (Donc 2.25), Sir Chauvelin (Donc 3.35), Tiger Jim (Donc 4.05), 231 miles Shabeeh (Chmt 5.10), Ravenhoe (Chmt 5.40), Watersmeet (Chmt 6.10).
British raider Watersmeet, representing Mark Johnston and Joe Fanning, sets the standard in tonight's Coral.ie Race, a Fast Track Qualifier for the all-Weather Championships in Lingfield on Good Friday.