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a swampy arm or slow-moving outlet of a lake (term used mainly in Mississippi and Louisiana)

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Once the bridge is complete, water will flow unimpeded through the crossing, allowing immediate increased pumping capacity," said Ben Malbrough, Executive Director of the Bayou Lafourche Fresh Water District (BLFWD).
At Lake Charles, Bayou Bridge will connect to Phillips 66 Partners' Clifton Ridge terminal and Citgo's Lake Charles refinery.
This marks the second transaction in as many years that Bayou City Broadcasting will complete with Nexstar.
With papers like the San Francisco Examiner and the Los Angeles Wove using Points Mentioned, Larson said, "News Bayou takes Points Mentioned a step further and takes your location and gives you all the stories in your area.
The Company's immediate focus is the development of a major phase oil Austin Chalk formation exploration and production play, with Tuscaloosa Marine Shale potential, in its Turner Bayou project in Avoyelles Parish, Louisiana.
The areas were chosen because of the high amount of sediment and phosphorous concentration that flow into tributaries of the Bayou Bartholomew watershed.
KBR which has earlier awarded USD10,000 for bayou clean-up in the West Reach of Greens Bayou will continue to support Greens Bayou Corridor Coalition.
There were seven sampling periods (Oct 03, Dec 04, Mar 04, Apr 04, May 04, Jun 04, and Aug 04, sampling periods 1-7, respectively) in Bayou Cumbest and Bayou Heron.
A new water diversion project is sending Mississippi River water down Bayou Lafourche (pronounced "lah-FOOSH"), which empties into the Gulf of Mexico.
Benjamin is the founder and chief executive officer of the Bayou La Batre Rural Health Clinic, according to the MacArthur Foundation.
CREEDENCE CLEARWATER REVIVAL Bayou Country (Fantasy) IN 1969 San Francisco blues fan John Cameron Fogerty all but invented swamp rock, building on Creedence's debut set with an album rooted deep in the Louisiana bayou - despite the fact that he'd never been there.
What it's about: Debbie Allen choreographs and directs this adaptation of Ibsen's ``Peer Gynt,'' set in a magical world of trolls, alligators and creatures of the bayou.
Overall, our fiscal 2005 performance was solid, in spite of a variety of challenges including higher natural gas and electricity prices and disruptions in production and shipments directly caused by the hurricanes which battered the Central Gulf Coast Region," Jerry Pitts, Bayou Steel president and CEO, says.
His only hope is environmental research scientist Elaine Smith, who is in the Bayou studying pollution.
Bayou farewell; the rich life and tragic death of Louisiana's Cajun coast.