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  • It was drained from the mudflats and named in Irish for a river, the Farset, which has since been culverted over and is now part of the sewage system.

    The Bloomsday Dead

  • Wharf-rats as long as the forearm of a man crept up the culverted channels of Dock Street to run through the apartments at will.

    The Financier

  • Also absent from the PR material is reference to the fact the River Lea had to be culverted to create the shallow valley necessary for the park - work which necessitated the destruction of the existing riverbank.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • The stream's culverted path actually runs a block to the south but hey, why not dream?

    SFGate: Top News Stories

  • The tide was off somewhere gallivanting and the Mainline creeks were just barely wet when I was there, so I did not kayak either of the larger creeks I crossed ... they weren't large now, just larger than the tiny culverted creeks that sneak under the mainline.

    Pure Florida

  • The river is culverted more and more and developments occur in the flood plane.

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