river end

river end

[′riv·ər ‚end]
(hydrology)
The lowest point of a river with no outlet to the sea, situated where its water disappears by percolation or evaporation.
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Two or three dogs were visible up the empty vista, but towards its river end the passage of a string of mono-rail ears broke the stillness and the silence.
Along it they travel underneath from the sea to the land till the river ends.
Soon Patel was building on it from the River End, which had seen Leach take his wickets.
Until 1540 it was known as Bank Street, not because of any financial institutions, but rather because of an earthen embankment at the river end of the street.
Trego applied the brakes with a miserly seven-over spell from the River End which cost just seven runs, while the Overton brothers, Craig and Jamie, also impressed from the Pavilion End.
The openers had put on 26 for the first wicket and they soon lost their second wicket when Andy Carter, who had replaced Hogan at the river end, trapped Derbyshire skipper Wayne Madsen leg before for a single.
His aim was to farm mushrooms in the river end of the tunnel, but the business closed the following year.
Left-arm paceman Chanaka Welegedara removed Jacques Kallis for 31 in the fourth over after lunch, his first from the Hennops River End.
Moore and Horton began Lancashire's innings in confident fashion and none of the Somerset seamers could make an impression until Kartik was introduced from the River End.
Shahzad's probing new-ball spell from the river end brought him just one wicket, if perhaps the most notable scalp, in the telling opening exchanges.
MerrittView features on-going building-wide enhancements, including recently redecorated lobby and common area corridors, and a renovated main entrance plaza; spectacular river end woodland views; in-house concierge service;
Strauss lifted two sixes into the River end stand, one of them off a free hit, in his 51 from 56 balls before he was caught and bowled off a leading edge.