anabranch


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anabranch

[′an·ə‚branch]
(hydrology)
A diverging branch of a stream or river that loses itself in sandy soil or rejoins the main flow downstream.
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Not only were the fingerlings passing down the river and on into the Murray, the mature fish were moving up the Anabranch (perhaps to spawn) .
Beall and sponsored by SPE's Product Design & Development Division, is Anabranch Products Pty.
The ibis had begun mating here several weeks earlier in response to September and October rains delivered by Gulpa Creek, an anabranch of the Murray River.
MALCOLM JEFFERSON, whose Anabranch will be going for a magnificent seven wins on the trot at Doncaster today, reports Dato Star to be in sparkling form for the Champion Hurdle.
Many of the lake systems - those of the lower Darling Anabranch, Benanee, Hattah, Chowilla and others - evolving prior to 50,000 years ago have been active up to the present.
ANDREW ZAWACKI is the author of two poetry books, Anabranch (Wesleyan, 2004) and By Reason of Breakings (Georgia, 2002).
Amateur rider Marcus Foley took over on Veridian and the teenager gave the seven-year-old a cool ride when coming late to get up and beat Anabranch by a head in the two-mile-one-furlong handicap hurdle.
Wyer was initially stood down for the mandatory three-week period when racecourse doctor Graham Parry diagnosed delayed concussion following the jockey's fall from Anabranch in the Associated British Ports Handicap Chase.
Anabranch ran a cracker from out of the handicap behind Lake Kariba and Monnaie Forte on Scottish Grand National day.
Wyer was initially thought to have just taken a knock to his left shoulder in the fall from Anabranch in the Associated British Ports Handicap Chase, and he was able to walk away unaided.
Malcolm Jefferson, responsible for leading Champion Hurdle candidate Dato Star, has done a remarkable job with Anabranch (3.
15), especially with Sandown runner- up Naiysari running so well behind Anabranch at Doncaster yesterday.