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a conduit that resembles a bridge but carries water over a valley

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The aqueducts, which currently serve as emergency back-up water supplies, have the potential to create 40 miles of trails if the MWRA and communities work together.
State water goes to millions and millions of people and, yes, there are plenty of potential contaminants in the aqueducts, but it is without question clean when it gets to the retailer," Masnada said.
The city has finally given the green light to reopen the landmarked High Bridge--the legendary granite arched bridge built as part of the Croton Aqueduct system at the turn of the century--following a detailed feasibility study.
We conclude that obstruction of the endolymphatic sac or vestibular aqueduct by a mass lesion or vascular anomaly can lead to vestibulocochlear pathology that mimics Meniere's disease.
The three Grade I-listed aqueducts are in Edstone, Wootton Wawen, and Yarningale, near Claverdon.
These aqueducts required extremely careful planning and design so that the water was always flowing downhill.
BuyNow, the leading provider of outsourced sell-side e-commerce services to brand name product manufacturers, today announced the completion of its second round of funding and the launch of its new name, Aqueduct, Inc.
Coordinated by American lighting designer Leni Schwendinger, Water above Water temporarily transformed the locks and Kelvin Aqueduct into a magical, illuminated landscape.
For his efforts, the 444-mile California Aqueduct bears his name.
Officials from the state Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs and the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority announced that the Wachusett aqueduct, a 12-mile underground pipe more than 100 years old that connects the Wachusett and Sudbury reservoirs, along with the Cochituate, Sudbury and Weston aqueducts, will be opened for walking, mountain biking and other forms of passive recreation once agreements are made with individual cities and towns.
The ability to move water between the California Aqueduct and the Los Angeles Aqueduct will help in the development of the bank, as well as provide flexibility in case of problems with one of the aqueducts, said agency General Manager Russell Fuller.
Coraaplata and the Technical Secretariat of the Presidency will build aqueducts with a total investment of RD$500 million whereas the Hydraulic Resources Institute (INDRHI) will build small hydroelectric projects, will improve irrigation systems and agricultural management centers, among other works, with an investment of RD$273.
The agreement allows the City to construct a turnout to deliver water from the California Aqueduct to the Los Angeles Aqueduct where the two aqueducts cross in the Antelope Valley.
Arches were used to construct the aqueducts and generally, the aqueduct had three levels of different-sized arcades.
11 attacks on New York and Washington, security forces have been increased and placed on high alert along aqueducts and support systems that import water hundreds of miles through sparsely populated desert terrain.