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  • 141 River Roddlesworth — The River Roddlesworth (also known as Rocky Brook) is a river of Lancashire.CourseThe source of the river is on the slopes of Great Hill, just above the ruins known as Pimm s , where the infant river is known as Calf Hey Brook. Calf Hey Brook is… …

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  • 142 River Glaven — The River Glaven is 10½ miles long and flows through picturesque North Norfolk countryside. Rising from a tiny headwater in Bodham the river starts just 2 1/2 miles before Selbrigg Pond where three streams combine at the outfall. The scenic value …

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  • 143 River Severn — Geobox|River name = River Severn native name = other name = Welsh: Afon Hafren other name1 = Latin: Sabrina image size = 288 image caption = The Severn at Shrewsbury from Shrewsbury Castle. etymology = country = Wales country1 = England state =… …

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  • 144 River Mersey — Mersey redirects here. For other meanings, see Mersey (disambiguation). River Mersey River …

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  • 145 River Medway — For similarly named rivers, see Medway River (disambiguation). Coordinates: 51°26′57″N 0°44′18″E / 51.44917°N 0.73833°E / 51.44917; 0.73833 …

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  • 146 River Teme — Geobox|River name = River Teme native name = other name = Welsh: Afon Tefeidiad other name1 = |200px image size = image caption = The River Teme at Ludlow, Shropshire country = Wales country country1 = England country1 County = County1 = region …

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  • 147 River Lee (England) — Geobox River name = Lee/Lea map size = map caption = other name = other name1 = country = United Kingdom country1 = region = region1 = city = city1 = length = 68 length imperial = watershed = watershed imperial = discharge location = discharge… …

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  • 148 River Cherwell — Coordinates: 51°44′32″N 1°14′54″W / 51.74222°N 1.24833°W / 51.74222; 1.24833 …

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  • 149 River Loughor — The River Loughor ( cy. Afon Llwchwr) in Carmarthenshire, Wales has its source at an underground lake at the Black Mountain. It flows past settlements like Ammanford and Hendy in Carmarthenshire and Pontarddulais in Swansea. The river divides… …

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  • 150 River Ouse, Sussex — View looking north towards Cliffe at high tide from Southease swing bridge The River Ouse (   …

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  • 151 River Clun, South Wales — Geobox|River name = River Clun native name = Afon Clun image size = image caption = The River Clun at Talbot Green etymology = Welsh: afon = river, clun (obsolete) = meadowcite web|title=BBC Wales What s in a name Place name search|url=http://www …

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  • 152 River Shannon — The River Shannon ( Sionainn or Sionna in Irish) is, at 386 km (240 miles), the longest river in Ireland. [http://www.discoverireland.com/gb/about ireland/nature/ Accessed: 22nd July, 2008] [http://encarta.msn.com/encyclopedia… …

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  • 153 River Quaggy — Geobox|River name = Quaggy map size = map caption = other name = Kyd Brook other name1 = Chin Brook etymology = country = England country state = Greater London state type = County region type = London Boroughs region = London Borough of Bromley… …

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  • 154 River Wyre — Location map Lancashire lat=53.923282 long= 3.004376 width=180 float=right caption= Wyre estuary shown within Lancashire (gbmapping|SD340479)The River Wyre is a river in Lancashire, England, which flows into the Irish Sea at Fleetwood. It is… …

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  • 155 River Conwy — Conwy (Afon Conwy) River Boats in the river estuary at Conwy …

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  • 156 River Leach — Geobox|River name = Leach native name = other name = other name1 = image size = image caption = etymology = country country = England country1 = state = state1 = region type = Counties region = Gloucestershire region1 = Oxfordshire region2 =… …

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  • 157 River Cleddau — The River Cleddau (Welsh: Afon Cleddau) consists of the Eastern and Western Cleddau rivers in Pembrokeshire, west Wales. They unite to form the Daugleddau estuary, which forms the important harbour of Milford Haven. The name of the combined… …

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  • 158 River Defense Fleet — Infobox Military Unit name=River Defense Fleet dates=March to June 1862 country=Confederate States of America branch=Army (see article) battles=Forts Jackson and St. Philip,Plum Point Bend,MemphisThe River Defense Fleet was a set of fourteen… …

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  • 159 River Stour Trust — The River Stour Trust is a registered charity and waterway restoration group. It was founded in 1968 to protect and enhance the right of the public to navigate the River Stour, Suffolk, England and, because of the pressures to take away the right …

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  • 160 River Carron (Forth) — for|other places called Carron|CarronThe River Carron (Scottish Gaelic: Abhainn Carrann) is a river in central Scotland. This river has given its name to towns in Falkirk, a variety of regional features, a type of cannon, a line of bathtubs, two… …

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