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STREAM. A current of water. The right to a water course is not a right in the fluid itself so much as a right in the current of the stream. 2 Bouv. Inst. n. 1612. See River; Water Course.

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Northern leatherside were collected from two intermittent streams, Little Yellow and Chicken creeks (Table 1).
Hennepin clay loam and Morley silt loam are common along the very steeply to strongly sloping hillsides and drainageways and along the intermittent stream.
Parameter (mg / l) limit of Technology (1) territorial limit of 3 receiving intermittent stream (2) limits in the water right permit (4)
Responses of some minnows to flood drought conditions in an intermittent stream.
A total of 34 fish taxa were collected from August 1988 to July 1989 in Sister Grove Creek, an intermittent stream in north-central Texas.
He said developers would work with the Conservation Commission on wetland buffer zone areas that extend from the Blackstone River to the middle of McCracken Road and on the intermittent stream, basically a ditch, that runs on the southern side of the property by the Shoppes at Blackstone Valley.
An intermittent stream, a tributary of Arnold Creek, is impounded by an earthen dam at the western edge of the preserve.
For his project, Robert planned, obtained permission for and oversaw the relocation of a 75-yard section of nature trail behind West Street School in Southbridge, and construction of a 25-foot-long footbridge over an intermittent stream that had been washing out the trail.
Thus, we provide information on crustacean zooplankton (Cladocera and Copepoda) collected in a Texas intermittent stream.
Perennial streams are those that flow continuously, whereas intermittent streams appear to "dry up" when the flow has the potential of being totally absorbed by the bed and underlying material.
Oregon, unlike Washington, requires no buffer at all along non-fish-bearing or intermittent streams.
The speakers observed that being above topographic height of the Indus River, the region is exclusively dependent upon sporadic rainfall-induced network of intermittent streams for irrigation.

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