its basin

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  • Its basin area is, and its year-average discharge is per second.
  • The valley that its basin covers is also named after the river and extends through most of the department.
  • The river is heavily polluted by human activity; about five million people live in its basin.
  • No water was coming from the fountain, and its basin was dry. Cited from Exciting Adventures of Mister Robert Robin, by Ben Field
  • Down they rode into its basin-like formation. Cited from The Girl Aviators on Golden Wings,Margaret Burnham
  • The area of its basin is, slightly less than half that of the Nile.
  • Its length in and its basin is (about the size of Switzerland).
  • The Krishna river cuts its basin almost deep over a distance of through the reserve.
  • Its basin is characterized by flat, fertile agricultural land, with only a few major cities.
  • Nevertheless, the river as well as its basin in anything like their present condition are comparatively but of yesterday. Cited from Steep Trails, by John Muir
  • The children of many generations had dabbled their hands in its basin. Cited from The Soul of the War, by Philip Gibbs, Intro. by Anthony Langley
  • Its basin is used as a fish pond today.
  • We next have an account of the great depression of the Jordan Valley, the river and its basin. Cited from The Atlantic Monthly, Vol. 20, No. 117, July, 1867, by Various
  • The importance of its basin area is demonstrated by the presence of three Enel power plants.
  • He could not understand how the lake could have gone from its basin without the sound of the rushing waters being heard by any one of the party. Cited from The Adventures of Captain Horn, by Frank Richard Stockton
  • The area of its basin is - about the size of the western state of Montana in the United States.
  • As the introduced species it is mentioned in the Caspian Sea and fresh waters of its basin.
  • I loved its basin; and the goats would go down to lick the salt. Cited from The Lady of Fort St. John, by Mary Hartwell Catherwood
  • Into its basin a great many smooth and placid rivers discharge their contents. Cited from England in America, 1580-1652, by Lyon Gardiner Tyler
  • A cupola once stood over the spring, and its basin was paved. Cited from Syria and the Holy Land, by John Burckhardt
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