Clutha
geographical name river 210 miles (338 kilometers) New Zealand in SE South Island flowing SE into the Pacific

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  • Clutha — may refer to: Clutha ferry passenger steamers on the River Clyde in Glasgow from 1884 to 1903 Clutha (dance), a Scottish country dance The Clutha, a traditional Scottish band Clutha River in New Zealand, named after the Clyde Clutha District, New …   Wikipedia

  • Clutha — puede referirse a: El río Clutha. El Distrito Clutha. El electorado de Clutha Southland. Esta página de desambiguación cataloga artículos relacionados con el mismo título. Si llegaste aquí a través de …   Wikipedia Español

  • Clutha — /klooh theuh/, n. a river in S New Zealand, on S South Island, flowing NE to the Pacific Ocean. ab. 200 mi. (320 km) long. * * * …   Universalium

  • CLUTHA —    the largest river in New Zealand, in Otago, very deep and rapid, and 200 m. long …   The Nuttall Encyclopaedia

  • Clutha — Clu•tha [[t]ˈklu θə[/t]] n. geg a river in S New Zealand, on SE South Island, flowing SE to the Pacific Ocean. ab. 200 mi. (320 km) long …   From formal English to slang

  • Clutha — /ˈkluθə/ (say kloohthuh) noun a river in the southern part of the South Island, NZ, flowing south east to the Pacific Ocean. 338 km …   Australian English dictionary

  • Clutha — /klooh theuh/, n. a river in S New Zealand, on S South Island, flowing NE to the Pacific Ocean. ab. 200 mi. (320 km) long …   Useful english dictionary

  • Clutha River — / Mata Au The Clutha River system. Mouth Pacific Ocean Basin countries New Zealand Length …   Wikipedia

  • Clutha-Southland — shown as part of the lower South Island Clutha Southland is a parliamentary constituency returning one member to the New Zealand House of Representatives. The current MP for Clutha Southland is Bill English of the National Party. He has held this …   Wikipedia

  • Clutha River — Der Clutha River in der Nähe von RoxburghVorlage:Infobox Fluss/KARTE fehlt Daten …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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