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millpond

a pool formed by damming a stream to provide water to turn a millwheel
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Concord, Massachusetts-based Milldam Public Relations is a full-service public relations firm that provides competitively priced strategic communications to a diverse array of clients.
The tender is for the provision of specialist consultancy advice and services to be undertaken on behalf of the peak district national park authority (the authority), as mineral planning authority (mpa), in relation to underground mining operations at milldam mine, great hucklow.
Just as with the Milldam Acts, the 1805 law clearly provided for compensation to parties negatively affected by the change in grade, even though their property was not taken.
Paul Boland, 28, was found murdered outside the Doublet in Milldam Road in December.
With the front hanging out over the Rutledge milldam and the rear taking on water, Lincoln began straining every muscle to pry the boat over the dam.
WEST BOYLSTON - Forward Motion Marketing Consulting has formed a strategic partnership with Milldam Public Affairs LLC of Concord, the two companies announced.
Martini, Comment, Wisconsin's Milldam Act: Drawing New Lessons from an Old Law, 1998 WlS.
Finally, the story of the shad and alewives, and Baker and Vose's milldam on the Neponset River, also examines questions of public trust/common property, but from the perspective of private property in land: its lesson is that such property is subordinate to the public's interest in wildlife.
lost, only a milldam and millpond left to look at, a few cut stones.
In his analysis of the colonial era in Massachusetts, offering insight into the doctrinal heritage of public rights in the 19th-century, William Nelson reviewed the "balancing of private right and public need" in ferry cases, road construction and maintenance, fire prevention, fish passage on navigable streams, and milldam construction.