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Synonyms for navigable

capable of being passed, traversed, or crossed

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able to be sailed on or through safely

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An especially unique feature to the guide, is information about some of the lesser known creeks and tributaries that are all navigable by dinghy, shallow draught small craft and kayak, and will mean you can discover some of the more hidden places that are well worth a look.
In a change from the proposed rule, the agencies in the final rule also assert jurisdiction over wetlands adjacent to tributaries of navigable waters for the first time by defining how far they are located from a navigable water or its tributary.
It described a tributary as having stream-like physical characteristics that contribute flow directly or indirectly to navigable waters.
Bulgaria has proposed to Chinese investors a project for the construction of a navigable canal between the cities of Varna and Ruse, according to Varna District Governor Stoyan Pasev.
2 billion people worldwide, while featuring full navigable coverage for 126 countries.
Gaziano of the Pacific Legal Foundation, writing in The Wall Street Journal, say the EPA now wants to control not just wetlands and other non-navigable waters but any water or normally dry land with a ''hydrological connection'' to actual navigable waters.
14) The Court granted certiorari on the single issue of whether the Montana Supreme Court applied the correct federal legal standard (15) for determining whether the Missouri, Clark Fork, and Madison Rivers were navigable at the time of statehood.
Cross Scotland from east to west along this fully navigable waterway.
2) The judiciary and several executive branch administrative agencies have created a patchwork of different definitions of navigability without giving clear guidance to the public as to when a particular inland waterway is navigable for the purposes of admiralty tort jurisdiction, federal regulation, or the federal navigational servitude.
6 million kilometres and marks the company's first navigable map of the Ukraine.
But the wetlands at issue were over 10 miles away from the nearest navigable waterway and lacked any direct hydrological connection.
The canal has not been navigable since the final trip by the 'Hark' in 1955.
Oregon gained possession of all navigable waterways when it entered the union in 1859.