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Saint Lawrence River


from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. a North American river; flows into the Gulf of Saint Lawrence and the North Atlantic


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  • The U.S. uses measurements made at the Saint Lawrence River in Quebec in 1988 as its baseline.

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  • This mid 18th-century sketch in ink and watercolors shows Kahnawake, a Kanienkehaka community on the Saint Lawrence River.

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  • Standing upon the crest of a monumental headland that thrust out into the Saint Lawrence River, it had an upper city, naturally defended by steep bluffs, and a lower city, ringed by forts.

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  • In the meantime, Lieutenant Colonel Barrimore St. Léger had advanced along the route laid down for him—up the Saint Lawrence River and across Lake Ontario to a landing at Oswego on the New York shore.

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  • Detroit in turn was supplied by the British by way of the Saint Lawrence River, Lake Ontario, and Lake Erie.

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  • I learned that Lac Saint-Jean is a crater impact lake in the Laurentian Highlands, two hundred kilometers north of the Saint Lawrence River, into which it drains via the Saguenay River.

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  • The French settled chiefly along the Saint Lawrence River; the English settled along the

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  • This variety of elm is common and is found from the Saint Lawrence River to Florida.

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  • That is, Bytown was the northern end of the Rideau Canal, which was designed to be a water route that would be a safe alternative to the Saint Lawrence River - as urged by the Duke of Wellington himself.

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  • Conservative Senator Larry Smith said $158 million will be spent on a major repair and maintenance program for the Champlain Bridge, a six-kilometre-long span crossing the Saint Lawrence River between Montreal and its south shore suburbs.

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