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  • proper noun A river in Eastern Europe, flowing through Russia, Belarus and Latvia to the Gulf of Riga.

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Examples

  • I love your little bald head, she said, lying next to him naked and warm under the massive white covers of the bed that sat square in the middle of her loft overlooking the Daugava.

    A Bear Hunt in Riga

  • By the time the German forces crossed the Daugava River which flows to the northwest toward Riga on the Baltic coast, it was anticipated that the northwestern front would have been consolidated, all the way down to Minsk.

    Deathride

  • By the time the German forces crossed the Daugava River which flows to the northwest toward Riga on the Baltic coast, it was anticipated that the northwestern front would have been consolidated, all the way down to Minsk.

    Deathride

  • Once the Germans reached the Daugava in the north, and the Don in the south, the second phase would begin: a movement on Leningrad and Moscow at one end, and on Rostov and points further east on the south.

    Deathride

  • Once the Germans reached the Daugava in the north, and the Don in the south, the second phase would begin: a movement on Leningrad and Moscow at one end, and on Rostov and points further east on the south.

    Deathride

  • The new museum will be located along the river Daugava in Andrejsala, an old port and a veritable smorgasboard of orphaned lots adopted by cultural ambitions in Riga.

    Old Factory becomes Latvian Contemporary Art Museum | Inhabitat

  • The number three bus in Riga winds from the mouth of the river Daugava, past the lovely old center of the city, to the miles of Lego-brick, Soviet-era blocks in Plavnieki.

    Taipei Times

  • Krumins is a member of Daugava Vanagi - Hawk of the Daugava - founded in 1945 by 12,000 legionnaires in a British POW camp at Zedelgem in Belgium "to support the veterans and families of the dead, scattered into exile during Soviet occupation," says Krumins.

    Taipei Times

  • Environment, a small four-story building nearby the Daugava river.

    de.indymedia.org newswire

  • Environment, a small four-story building nearby the Daugava river.

    de.indymedia.org newswire

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