Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of affluent.

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Examples

  • Allahabad was now only twelve miles to the north-east. "/" la bourgade de Kallenger, située sur le Cani, un des sous-affluents du Gange ...

    Finding Kholby

  • Citibank began offering its Citigold service to a segment of wealthy Russians known as "mass affluents" in 2002, and has "tens of thousands" of clients now, according to a spokesman.

    Western Banks Woo Russia's Rich

  • Through a display of archaeological finds which have never been shown before, paintings depicting scenes of the world and, not least, agricultural tools, this exhibition provides a picture of the landscape and living environment in the eleventh and twelfth century, also revealing the remains of the Roman roads, the route along the Po River and its affluents providing a network of navigable waterways, and the mountain passes of the Alps and Apennines.

    Matilde of Canossa a/k/a Matilda of Tuscany

  • Through a display of archaeological finds which have never been shown before, paintings depicting scenes of the world and, not least, agricultural tools, this exhibition provides a picture of the landscape and living environment in the eleventh and twelfth century, also revealing the remains of the Roman roads, the route along the Po River and its affluents providing a network of navigable waterways, and the mountain passes of the Alps and Apennines.

    Archive 2008-09-01

  • They owe just as much to the groups that have traditionally put Democrats into Congress: the old coalition of labor unions, urban affluents and minorities.

    ‘Ask Not What You Can Do For Barack Obama, Ask What Barack Obama Can Do For You’

  • When I arrived in the district earlier that year, the Nkomati River was barely knee-deep (making it easier for pedestrians and livestock to cross back and forth but rendering the water even less safe than usual for drinking and washing) and its major affluents in the districtthe Mazimhlopes, N'wanetzi, and Massintonto Riverswere completely dry.

    Where Women Make History: Gendered Tellings of Community and Change in Magude, Mozambique

  • Huckabee, affluents, and the future of the GOP | SorenDayton.com

    Huckabee, affluents, and the future of the GOP | SorenDayton.com

  • One of these influential "affs" (affluents) is Eleanor Starke.

    REVIEW: Counting Heads by David Marusek

  • This region is watered by the South Fork of the Platte and its affluents, and, though subject to the grasshopper pest, it produces wheat of the finest quality, the yield varying according to the mode of cultivation from eighteen to thirty bushels per acre.

    A Lady's Life in the Rocky Mountains

  • Tarryall Creek, one of the large affluents of the Platte, and is walled in on both sides by mountains, which are sometimes so close together as to leave only the narrowest canyon between them, at others breaking wide apart, till, after winding and climbing up and down for twenty-five miles, it lands one on a barren rock-girdled park, watered by a rapid fordable stream as broad as the Ouse at

    A Lady's Life in the Rocky Mountains

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