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Synonyms for Mississippi River

a major North American river and the chief river of the United States

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Admission is free for each event, and details about dates, times and locations are available on the Big Muddy Film Festival's website.
The accusatory refrain, "Waist deep in the Big Muddy and the Big Fool says to push on," referred to President Johnson's inability to extricate the United States from the war in Vietnam.
Blinds on the Big Muddy resembled floating islands surrounded by decoys.
Mabel, an occasionally golden cocker, liked nothing more than finding great big muddy puddles to spread around the house.
ALISON PELEGRIN is the author of three poetry collections, most recently Hurricane Party (2011) and Big Muddy River of Stars (2007).
His anti-war song, "Knee Deep in the Big Muddy," became a force in ending the Vietnam War.
One of his songs, "Waist Deep in the Big Muddy,'' was censored by CBS producers when Seeger performed it on "The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour'' in 1967.
Many landowners where driven out by the high water, and federal and state governments acquired (from willing sellers) the nucleus of the Big Muddy NWR and several state conservation areas.
But punters beware - weather forecasters suggest the racetrack, known as the Big Sandy, may well turn into the Big Muddy.
Mum Tracey Wood, 39, said: "It was a big muddy lump when it came to the surface so we stupidly thought, 'Let's take it home'.
In February 2011, Linc Energy acquired the Big Muddy, South Glenrock, and South Cole Creek oil fields near Glenrock, Wyoming from Rancher Energy Corporation.
Here are a few of the worst flood disasters involving the Big Muddy.
Instead, already knee deep in the Big Muddy, the defendants slogged on.
1998) believed viable populations might exist in Mississippi River drainages between the Big Muddy and Ohio rivers.
There were big muddy patches everywhere and it would flood when it rained.