Thames

River Thames noun the longest river in England; flows eastward through London to the North Sea
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[New Zealand electorate] Thames is a former New Zealand electorate, in the Thames-Coromandel District. It existed from 1871 to 1946. ==Geographic coverage== The electorate is based on the town of Thames. At times, it covered the Coromandel Peninsula. ==History== The electorate existed from 1871 to 1946. At times, it was a multi-member elect...
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[production company] Thames is a British television production company, formerly Talkback Thames. It is a brand used by FremantleMedia UK (part of the RTL Group, which in turn is owned by Bertelsmann), along with Retort, Talkback and Boundless. In November 2011, it was announced that Talkback Thames would split into four brands under the pa...
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[ward] Thames ward in the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham the returns three elected representatives every four years. At the 2006 election Fred Barns, Barry Poulton, and Joan Rawlinson, all of the Labour Party (UK) were reelected. The ward includes the large Barking Riverside redevelopment area. ...
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River in south England, flowing through London; length 338 km/210 mi. The longest river in England, it rises in the Cotswold Hills above Cirencester and is tidal as far as Teddington. Below Lon don there is protection from flooding by means of the Thames Barrier (1982). The headstreams unite a...
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Series of 3-ton 4x4 trucks, Ford [UK]
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Thames (temz) , river, c.160 mi (260 km) long, rising NW of Woodstock, S Ont., Canada, and flowing SW past London and Chatham to Lake St. Clair. It is navigable to Chatham, near which was fought (1813) the battle of the Thames (see Thames, battle of the) in the War of 1812.
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Thames (temz) , Rom. Tamesis, principal river of England, c.210 mi (340 km) long. It rises in four headstreams (the Thames or Isis, Churn, Coln, and Leach) in the Cotswold Hills, E Gloucestershire, and flows generally eastward across S England and through London to the North Sea at The Nore. In its ...
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Thames (thāmz) , river, c.15 mi (25 km) long, formed by the confluence of the Yantic and Shetucket rivers at Norwich, E Conn., and flowing south to Long Island Sound at New London. Primarily a tidal estuary, it is New London's harbor and the site of the U.S. Coast Guard Academy and a U.S. navy...
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[n] - the longest river in England
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