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  • adj. of or relating to or found in estuaries


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  • Kolkata lies astride the vast estuarial delta of Bengal.

    Oh! Kolkata!

  • These vanishing estuarial testing grounds are also Mother Nature's nurseries for shrimp.

    Georgianne Nienaber: Struggling U.S. Shrimpers Look for Vision from Next President

  • In the endless estuarial mingling of paranoia and control, the dossier was an essential device.


  • We will appoint independent advisers and support research to help evaluate the economic and environmental implications of tidal and estuarial energy sources.

    Archive 2007-06-01

  • Low-security space is an estuarial place where Empire corporations and alliance interests meet-up.

    October 2007

  • Taylor's amendment says, leave out from `globalisation;' to end and add `believes that this is part of a slow national convergence towards the monochrome mush of effete estuarial English, leading to its dominance in the broadcast media and around the Cabinet table; and supports those endeavouring to combat this process.'

    Archive 2007-07-01

  • I reveled in long walks beside stone walls in the fields that slanted down to the estuarial Westport River on her family farm in Massachusetts.

    Summer of Deliverance

  • The southern cliffs of Valles Marineris were just a thin red line against the blue-green horizon as the felucca moved deeper into the center channels of the estuarial river.


  • Roads, the yawning estuarial mouth of the James emptying into

    Virginia: the Old Dominion

  • But the large plants themselves at this point are a much bigger part of the problem; on the basis of sheer volume, their contribution to estuarial pollution dwarfs all others.

    The Nation's River A report on the Potomac from the U.S. Department of the Interior


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