navigable

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  • The river is approximately long and is almost entirely navigable during the summer months.
  • He gave them an order to build at the head of the navigable part of the river.
  • In the case of navigable waters, title goes to the average low water mark.
  • The Bay remains ice-free even in winter, making it easily navigable.
  • The White River is navigable by small boats throughout most of its length.
  • The land below navigable waters is the property of state, and subject to all the public land laws.
  • Early development of the area was delayed because it had no navigable river.
  • There was also a small amount of traffic carried along navigable rivers.
  • Since most of the northern portion of the bridge is over non-navigable water, it is low to the water.
  • The river is not easily navigable for most of its length.
  • The entrance of the bay is approximately wide, with a narrow navigable channel.
  • The location was not ideal, being several miles away from navigable water.
  • The river is still navigable in the majority of the area where it still carries water.
  • Towards the beginning of the 17th century it was made navigable for large ships.
  • One problem limiting the town's growth was its location far from navigable water.
  • It is the highest navigable point in Canada from which it is possible to reach the world.
  • All are now non-navigable, although the first is under restoration.
  • However, it was kept in water to supply the lower half of the canal and it remained navigable.
  • It has two passages deep enough to be navigable by large ships.
  • Guns from the fort could reach the island across the navigable waters and hence secured the river.
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