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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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Yes, Fancy by Tradition led Shall trace the streamlet to its bed, And well each ancient path explore The perish'd trod in days of yore.
Visit us Future of -Poetry with a solitude of streamlets into a local pond.
The 3D golf courses are designed very realistic with bridges en streamlets in the landscape," ProTee United president and CEO D.
0 mm) size range] were launched by streamlets of water flowing from one tidal pool to another and entraining dry beach sediment.
Field observations were carried out using road cuts, erosion cuts of streamlets, augering, and excavation pits.
But he becomes increasingly animated as we slosh across new streamlets, find wild fruits, and pause at trailside waterfalls swollen to grand, thundering cascades that roar down dark gulches.
He appears to have struck the rock, and the water flowed; we do not see it led with pain and toil from distant sources, through miry channels, and by feeble streamlets into its true bed.
This is accomplished through intelligent requests of successive unique optimal streamlets sent by a client device.
ECOLOGICAL NOTES: The series from Nyaungkhangyi Stream was taken ata set of springs and outflow streamlets lying at the headwaters of the Gelaung River.
Along most of the 3 1/2 miles to Morgan Pass, the valley is a patchwork of lakes and streamlets daubed yellow by patches of willow and surrounded by jagged granite spires.