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millpond

a pool formed by damming a stream to provide water to turn a millwheel
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The new Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park is located at 3650 Boston Rd, Suite 134 in the Millpond Center.
Roblin Lake (just a millpond, really), old mill, of course, invisible.
We excavated the millpond, and in fact, the distinctive shape of the Nant Whisky bottle is based on a 19th century clay pot we found at the bottom of it.
The Sanctity of Hate provides a fine medieval mystery set in the summer of 1276 at Tyndal Priory, where a villager's corpse is discovered in the millpond.
On their left Malcolm's millpond extended over a kilometre toward the hamlet of Scotland.
y y y d f e e y e n e d And it would be plain silly to ask why he didn't include a travellers' camp or an executive housing estate where the old millpond used to be.
It can be a dazzling blue millpond or a silvery moon reflecting sheet of blackness.
SALTBURN hosted the National Surfing Championship but when top class surfers turned up to compete in a national sporting event they found the sea like a millpond.
The city drained the old millpond near downtown last spring.
Another short walk and you were at a millpond that was created in 1836, when Ira Alger dammed the Shiawassee River.
Just 30 minutes west of Salt Lake City in Tooele County's Stansbury Park sits Millpond Spa and Retreat.