Severn

(from the article `Darling River`) The main source of the Darling is usually considered to be the Severn, which becomes successively the Dumaresq, Macintyre, Barwon, and, finally, the ...
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Severn

River Severn noun a river in England and Wales flowing into the Bristol Channel; the longest river in Great Britain
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Severn

HMS Severn was a British Severn Class ocean-going submarine of 1850 tons displacement launched in 1934. She was armed with one 4-inch gun; two machine guns and six 21-inch torpedo tubes in the bow. She was powered by diesel engines providing a surfaced top speed of 22.25 knots (the first diesel powered submarine to exceed 21 knots) and by electric ...
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Severn

River in Britain, which rises on the slopes of Plynlimon, in Ceredigion, west Wales, and flows east and then south, finally forming a long estuary leading into the Bristol Channel; length 336 km/208 mi. The Severn is navigable for 290 km/180 mi, up to Welshpool (Trallwng) on the Welsh border. The principal towns on its course are Shrews...
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Severn

Severn (sev'urn) , Lat. Sabrina, one of the principal rivers of Great Britain, c.200 mi (320 km) long, rising on Plinlimmon Mt., W Wales, and flowing NE and E to Shrewsbury, W England, and from there SE, S, and SW—through an estuary—to the Bristol Channel. Worcester, Gloucester, and ...
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Severn

Severn (sev'urn) . 1. River, c.420 mi (680 km) long, rising in W Ont., Canada, and flowing NE through Severn Lake to Hudson Bay. Fort Severn, a Hudson's Bay Company trading post established (1689) at the mouth of the river, was captured (1690) by Pierre le Moyne, sieur d'Iberville. The post was ...
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Severn

[n] - a river in Ontario that flows northeast into Hudson Bay 2. [n] - a river in England and Wales flowing into the Bristol Channel
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