inland water

inland water

[′in·lənd ′wȯd·ər]
(geography)
A lake, river, or other body of water wholly within the boundaries of a state.
An interior body of water not bordered by the sea.
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Like a low, sweet undernote, the sea came rolling in upon the firm sands--out to the west it stretched like a sheet of softly swaying inland water.
17 (ANI): Union Minister of Petroleum and Natural Gas Dharmendra Pradhan, who is currently on a visit to Japan, has said that both governments have taken their discussions of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) technologies in inland water and coastal shipping forward.
What is mentioned about Bangalore is only one of the many examples of unscrupulous encroachment of inland water bodies in India.
LAHORE -- Punjab Chief Minister Mohammad Shehbaz Sharif here Sunday reviewed pace on Inland Water Transport Development Project.
The Philippines is an archipelago, and has an expansive coast as well numerous as inland water bodies.
The book consists of six general chapters on inland water habitats and invertebrates, and 35 chapters on the ecology and general biology of specific groups.
DAVAO CITY -- The future Bangsamoro entity would not have sole jurisdiction over its inland water sources that flow into areas outside of it, according to government chief negotiator Miriam CoronelFerrer, citing the contents of the Comprehensive Agreement on the Bangsamoro and the draft Bangsamoro Basic Law.
2% price cut while inland water towing prices inched down only 0.
Continuing to present the opinion that the legal position is clear in relation to access to inland water is similarly polarised.
The Welsh Canoeing Association had raised a petition calling for public access rights along inland water to be clarified.
But people don't realise that inland water sites, like the reservoir, or Stowe Pool, can be death traps, which is why we are urging everybody to keep out of the water.

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