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St. Lawrence Seaway

Definitions

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  • noun a seaway involving the Saint Lawrence River and the Great Lakes that was developed jointly by Canada and the United States; oceangoing ships can travel as far west as Lake Superior

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Examples

  • The ship, the BBC Italy, was scheduled to leave at 8 p.m., headed for the St. Lawrence Seaway, which is scheduled to close Dec. 30.

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  • The ship, with fifteen hundred passengers, and fitted with sufficient lifeboats after the tragedy of the Titanic two years before, sailed in late afternoon, heading east down the St. Lawrence Seaway.

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  • The ship, with fifteen hundred passengers, and fitted with sufficient lifeboats after the tragedy of the Titanic two years before, sailed in late afternoon, heading east down the St. Lawrence Seaway.

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  • Cook and Rourke grew up on this reservation, a tribe of nearly 14,000 people extending into Canada along the St. Lawrence Seaway.

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  • The ship, with fifteen hundred passengers, and fitted with sufficient lifeboats after the tragedy of the Titanic two years before, sailed in late afternoon, heading east down the St. Lawrence Seaway.

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  • The ship, with fifteen hundred passengers, and fitted with sufficient lifeboats after the tragedy of the Titanic two years before, sailed in late afternoon, heading east down the St. Lawrence Seaway.

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  • It was built in the 1950s as a response to its rival for trade, the St. Lawrence Seaway, which permits ocean-going vessels to travel between the Atlantic Ocean and the Great Lakes.

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  • It was built in the 1950s as a response to its rival for trade, the St. Lawrence Seaway, which permits ocean-going vessels to travel between the Atlantic Ocean and the Great Lakes.

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  • But the unintended consequence of the project, along with the completion of the St. Lawrence Seaway in 1959, was that this new water superhighway became a conveyor for invasive species traveling between the Great Lakes and the Gulf of Mexico.

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  • "She knew the issues up there very well, by the way, like the St. Lawrence Seaway and the road going across the northern part of the district."

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