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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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"We are seeking a small lift canal [where water is pumped from lower area to canal on a higher land] from that rivulet to be brought here.
(3) Effects of electric fields and space charges on the upper rivulet are not considered;
AS deputy commissioner of Jammu and Kashmir's Reasi district, Dr Shahid Iqbal Choudhary found constructing bridges on rivulets and streams can save lives of children as well as domestic animals and facilitate easy access to schools.
eyes-- not noting the tweak in each, the rivulet of current striking
Spurred, she moved, then moved again from meadow grass to rivulet no
In haste, Her soul's spectrum reams the flush of my bloodstream Gathered all flamboyant butterflies Flowers hugging the gentle breeze The melodious rivulet's strings Composing a symphony of peace That is called The world's glory Can't be found In science nor in fine art Never be in a layout Never be, in times, Present nor past In fact, it is a love's story It is my great pride What a beautiful dream resides In my soul's countryside
Work on a new development on land at a former gasworks, near Rivulet Road Wrexham, unearthed a foul odour last Thursday and Friday, said local James Steele.
The developments in Wrexham will see it building on two sites, on Kingsmills Road, and on Rivulet Road with both due to be completed by December 2013.
A survey by the Industry Nature Conservation Association (INCA), based at the Wilton International Site near Redcar, shows that the Blomer's Rivulet, Garden Tiger and Southern and Silky Wainscots are among the rare species of moth to be found on Teesside.