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- In a toilet bowl, the barrier built into the trapway that controls the water level in the toilet bowl. a barrier made of any material, which stops the flow of rivers and streams. structure usually built on a river to create a lake by blocking the river's flow.
- A constructed barrier that would create a water storage reservoir or divert water. a barrier constructed across a watercourse for the purpose of: creating a reservoir; diverting water into a conduit of channel; creating a head which can be used to generate power; and improving river navigability. a man-made barrier built to hold back or control flowing water in a river or lake.
- A barrier constructed across a valley for impounding water or creating a reservoir.
- A structure of earth, rock concrete, or other materials designated to retain water, creating a pond, lake, or reservoir.
- A structure built to hold back water Specific kinds of dams include:.
- Structure built in RIVERS or estuaries, basically to separate water at both sides and/or to retain water at one side.
- Any artificial barrier which impounds or diverts water The dam is generally hydrologically significant if it is: 1 25 feet or more in height from the natural bed of the stream and has a storage of at least 15 acre-feet 2 Or has an impounding capacity of 50 acre-feet or more and is at least six feet above the natural bed of the stream.
- A structure of earth, rock or concrete designed to form a basin and hold water back to make a pond, lake, or reservoir.
- A structure built to provide flood control, irrigation, and/or power generation Some have storage reservoirs Also see reservoir.
- A barrier of concrete or earth built across a river to create a body of water. a structure of earth, rock, or concrete designed to form a basin and hold water back to make a pond, lake, or reservoir.
- A structure formed to hold water back, generally built near uncontaminated water collection sources in order to provide a drinking water supply to the surrounding communities.
- A barrier built across a watercourse to impound or divert water. structure built to hold back water in order to prevent flooding, provide water for irrigation and storage, and to provide hydroelectric power.
- A barrier built across a watercourse to impound or divert water A barrier that obstructs, directs, retards, or stores the flow of water Usually built across a stream A structure built to hold back a flow of water Horsetooth Reservoir has four dams: Spring, Dixon and Soldier Canyon Dams and Horsetooth Dam.
- Structure built in rivers or estuaries, basically to separate water at both sides and/or to retain water at one side.
- Indicates a detection for files that have been corrupted by a threat or that may contain inactive remnants of a threat, causing the files to fail to properly execute or produce reliable results.
- An artificial barrier or wall constructed across a watercourse or valley for one or more of the following purposes: creating a pond or lake for the storage of water; diverting water from a watercourse into a conduit or channel; creating a hydraulic head that can be used to generate power; improving river navigability; controlling floods; or retention of debris It may be constructed of wood, earth materials, rocks, or solid masonry.
- Structure built in rivers or estuaries, basically to separate water at both sides and/or to retain water at one side. A structure of earth, rock, or concrete designed to form a basin and hold water back to make a pond, lake, or reservoir A barrier built, usually across a watercourse, for impounding or diverting the flow of water General types of dams include:.
- a barrier constructed to contain the flow of water or to keep out the sea. a metric unit of length equal to ten meters. female parent of an animal especially domestic livestock. obstruct with, or as if with, a dam; 'dam the gorges of the Yangtse River'. A physical barrier constructed across a river or waterway to control the FLOW or raise the level water The purpose or construction may be for flood control, irrigation needs, hydropower, and/or recreation usage POWER dams raise the level of streams or rivers to create or concentrate HEAD for power purposes The reservoir has created, in effect, stored energy F - barrage S - represa.
- roof. roofing. small house. stable. housetop. queen.
- To shut up; to stop up; to close; to restrain. female parent of an animal especially domestic livestock a barrier constructed to contain the flow of water or to keep out the sea obstruct with, or as if with, a dam; 'dam the gorges of the Yangtse River'.
- To obstruct or restrain the flow of, by a dam; to confine by constructing a dam, as a stream of water; generally used with in or up.
- A firebrick wall, or a stone, which forms the front of the hearth of a blast furnace.
- A barrier to prevent the flow of a liquid; esp., a bank of earth, or wall of any kind, as of masonry or wood, built across a water course, to confine and keep back flowing water.
- A king or crowned piece in the game of draughts.
- A female parent; used of beasts, especially of quadrupeds; sometimes applied in contempt to a human mother.
- partner. queen. roof.