Did you perchance mean aqueduct?
- n. common misspelling of aqueduct.
“And all of a sudden, just as I went to sleep, up comes a submarine through the aquaduct which is the main function of the chamber.”
“Yesterday we hiked 3 hours up into a valley in the West Maui Mountains, saw an old Chinese water aquaduct and an ancient ruin of a birthing hut and stone.”
“Some of my favorites were; Pont du Gaurd (very good Roman aquaduct) where we walked across the top and had a picnic at the base, Senaque was great, we went to a working monastery that grew fields of lavender,and also to Vence where we visited a chapel desined by Matisse (the school may have made speacial arrangements with the nuns for us to visit so you might check on that but it was beautiful).”
“Visit the Roman aquaduct - over 2,000 years old, near Avignon.”
“What a beautiful spot - in the shadows of the aquaduct.”
“The aquaduct is at the centre of the garden and brings a powerful visual element of freshness and coolness, even though the water is neither good for drinking nor for bathing.”
“Andrew Rasiej playing Oprah in the audience says that in the 1800s, people were dying from bad water in New York and so the city government spent billions buying a government-run aquaduct system and New York became the industrial and financial capital of the world.”
“Fourteen paddlewheels, each about 30 feet in diameter, were turned by the Seine to power more than 200 pumps, forcing river water up a series of pipes to the Louveciennes aquaduct, a 500 foot vertical rise.”
“I think another friend recommended Pompeii because it had an engineer in it but he never told me it was an aquaduct engineer!”
“And admit it, aren't you glad Mulholland and his cronies built the aquaduct, corruption or not?”
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of or relating to water
words about forms of water, places of water, movements of water.
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