Nile

[n] - world`s longest river (4187 miles)
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Nile

• (n.) The great river of Egypt. • (n.) The great river of Egypt.
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Nile

Nile River noun the world`s longest river (4150 miles); flows northward through eastern Africa into the Mediterranean; the Nile River valley in Egypt was the site of the world`s first great civilization
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Nile

[1799] The Nile was a 322 ton sailing ship built in 1799 at Newcastle upon Tyne, England. Under the command of James Sunter, she sailed from Spithead, England, on 21 June 1801, with 96 female convicts. She arrived at Port Jackson on 14 December. No female convicts died on the voyage. Nile left Port Jackson on 6 February 1802 bound for China...
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Nile

Click images to enlargeRiver in Africa, the world's longest, 6,695 km/4,160 mi. The Blue Nile rises in Lake Tana, Ethiopia, the White Nile at Lake Victoria, and they join at Khartoum, Sudan. The huge basin of the river has an area of some 3,350,000 sq km/1,293,000 sq mi. The river enters the Mediterranean Sea ...
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Nile noun [ Latin Nilus , Greek ....] The great river of Egypt. Nile bird . (Zoology) (a) The wryneck . [ Prov. Eng.] (b) The crocodile bird. -- Nile goose (Zoology) , the Egyptian goose. See Note under Goose , 2.
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nile

a unit used in nuclear engineering to describe the 'reactivity' of a nuclear reactor. One nile is a reactivity of 0.01 or 1%. Since this is a rather large amount, reactivity is measured for practical purposes in milliniles, with one millinile = 10-5. The nile was invented in the British nuclear power industry. For a discussio...
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Nile

HMS Nile was a British first-class battleship of 11940 tons launched in 1888. The name Nile was introduced into the British navy in 1800.
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Nile

Nile is an Egyptian name for boys and girls. The meaning is `victorious` The name Nile is most commonly given to English and Welsh boys. (2 times more often than to American boys.) In Scotland and France it is (almost) solely given to boys The name sounds like: Neile, Neale, Niel, Niall, Nial, Neille, Neill, Noll Similar names are: Kile, Nils
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Nile

Nile, longest river in the world, c.4,160 mi (6,695 km) long from its remotest headstream, the Luvironza River in Burundi, central Africa, to its delta on the Mediterranean Sea, NE Egypt. The Nile flows northward and drains c.1,100,000 sq mi (2,850,000 sq km), about one tenth of Africa, including pa...
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