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  • n. a river that rises in western Arkansas and flows southeast into eastern Louisiana to become a tributary of the Red River


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  • She's rightfully aghast by the terrible conditions surrounding the interstate Ouachita River, which is what's fouling Mr. Bouie's neighborhood on Penn Road.

    Robert Greenwald: Exposing the Koch brothers' polluted response

  • It extends from the point where the Arkansas River enters the Mississippi Alluvial Plain (73), south along the western edge of Macon Ridge (73j), where it is joined by the meander belts of the Ouachita River.

    Ecoregions of the Mississippi Alluvial Plain (EPA)

  • The table of contents divides the country neatly into four meta-neighborhoods -- Southeast, Southwest, Northeast, Northwest -- but a few pages into the book the reader finds that for no particular reason, other than his wanting to follow the course of the Ouachita River, the trip starts in Arkansas.

    On the Road Again

  • They would wait until sunset and drive through the woods north of Monroe until they came to a sandy beach along the Ouachita River.

    Tender Mercies

  • Still, the rustic Arkansas backcountry near the headwaters of the Ouachita River would offer a simple, unencumbered existence that would set their kids on the right path.

    Shadow of the Sentinel

  • Watson Brake, in the floodplain of the Ouachita River near Monroe in northern Louisiana, may be the oldest large-scale mound site in the Americas.

    Earliest Mound Site

  • Making their way from here they crossed the Ouachita River on the other side of Arkadelphia.

    Slave Narratives: a Folk History of Slavery in the United States From Interviews with Former Slaves Arkansas Narratives, Part 6

  • The white people captured him and cut his body into four pieces and threw it in the Ouachita River.

    Imperium In Imperio

  • When the Ouachita River is high, the gate at the end of bayou where it runs into the river is closed off.

    thenewsstar.com - Local News

  • A portable pump has been set up at Phillips Bayou in the northern part of Monroe to pump water from the bayou into the Ouachita River for flood control purposes.

    thenewsstar.com - Local News


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