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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • A river of western Russia flowing about 1,963 km (1,220 mi) generally south then west into the northeast Sea of Azov. It is linked with the Volga River by a canal near Volgograd.

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  • n. a European river in southwestern Russia; flows into the Sea of Azov


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  • Lakeshore Blvd. east of the Don River is another excellent example -- no Gardener Extension hovering over your head anymore.


  • "The Don River is the river in Ontario that is probably in the worst shape," said Wolfgang Scheider, of the water monitoring section of the environment ministry.

    Toronto Sun

  • Once the bend of the river was reached, the next target would be Rostov, a key city located at the mouth of the Don River, where it flows into the Black Sea.


  • The area was more heavily settled, the climate more salubrious, and the city only about seventy kilometers from Salatch, on the Don River.


  • Water from the polluted Don River is pumped via solar photovoltaic pumps into the sculpture, and is filtered through the planted containers, and then cascades into large ground level wetlands, returning to the river cleansed.

    Archive 2009-09-01

  • The ravine of the Don River about half a mile from my home has many classic formations.

    Some Geologists at Quelccaya « Climate Audit

  • They planned to meet near Kursk, but if the offensive went well they would have permission to continue forward on their own initiative, with a general plan to create a new line on the Don River far to the east.


  • Something was up out there where the Don River cut through the plains.

    Death Stalks The Ruins

  • The rising sun found Victory Rose standing atop a T-34 Soviet tank facing northwest toward the town of Kalach with its vital bridge over the Don River.

    Death Stalks The Ruins

  • Gilbert rose, his arthritic knees pinching him, and looked around Regent Park, a government-subsidized housing project not far from the Don River.

    Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine


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