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The two rivers, which actually have a temperature difference of 2 ° C, merge not far from the Königsburg Ruins immediately before flowing into the Königshütte Dam ( a feeder dam or Überleitungssperre ).
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It now turns due north, and soon becomes itself a tributary of the Rhine, which it surpasses in volume when the two rivers unite at Koblenz ( Switzerland ), opposite Waldshut, Germany.
By the time of Mesalim, whichever dynasty controlled the city of Kish was recognised as šar kiššati (= king of Kish ), and was considered preeminent in Sumer, possibly because this was where the two rivers approached, and whoever controlled Kish ultimately controlled the irrigation systems of the other cities downstream.
Cunimund attempted to prevent the two armies joining up by moving against the Lombards and clashing with Alboin somewhere between the Tibiscus and Danube rivers.
Alfred's military reorganisation of Wessex consisted of three elements: the building of thirty fortified and garrisoned towns ( burhs ) along the rivers and Roman roads of Wessex ; the creation of a mobile ( horsed ) field force, consisting of his nobles and their warrior retainers, which was divided into two contingents, one of which was always in the field ; and the enhancement of Wessex's seapower through the addition of larger ships to the existing royal fleet.
Within the valley itself are two " major " rivers, the Annapolis River which flows west from the Caribou Bog in the central part of the valley into the Annapolis Basin, and the Cornwallis River which flows east from Caribou Bog into the Minas Basin.
The valley also struggles with pollution from farm runoffs and residential sewers in its two major rivers, the Annapolis River and the Cornwallis River.
The arrondissement contains other cantons that extend generally up the two rivers into central Corsica.
The Black Volta is one of the country's only two rivers which flow year-round, the other being the Komoé, which flows to the southwest.
In that year, the people of Oregon passed two laws under their newly instituted program of Citizens ' Initiatives limiting fishing on the Columbia and other rivers.
Compared to the Columbia River above the two rivers ' confluence, the Pend Oreille-Clark-Flathead is nearly as long ( about 86 %), its basin about three-fourths as large ( 76 %), and its discharge over a third ( 37 %).
The city lies beside huge freshwater Lake Michigan, and two rivers — the Chicago River in downtown and the Calumet River in the industrial far South Side – flow entirely or partially through Chicago.
In early medieval Riez in upper Provence, alluvial silt from two small rivers raised the riverbeds and widened the floodplain, which slowly buried the Roman settlement in alluvium and gradually moved new construction to higher ground ; concurrently the headwater valleys above Riez were being opened to pasturage.
Each of these is further divided by two lesser rivers – the River Tolka running northwest from Dubin Bay, and the River Dodder running southwest from the mouth of the Liffey.
Heracles rerouted two nearby rivers ( Alpheis and Peneios ) through the stable, clearing out the dung rapidly.
At the location of the Keban Dam, the two rivers, now combined into the Euphrates, have dropped to an elevation of amsl.
Florence was established by Lucius Cornelius Sulla in 80 BC as a settlement for his veteran soldiers and was named originally Fluentia, owing the fact that it was built between two rivers, which was later corrupted to Florentia.
Because of the large influx of fresh water from rivers, especially from the Neva River ( two thirds of the total runoff ), the gulf water has very low salinity – between 0. 2 and 5. 8 ‰ at the surface and 0. 3 – 8. 5 ‰ near the bottom.
However, Vancouver failed to discover two of the largest and most important rivers on the Pacific coast, the Fraser River and the Columbia River.
With its around 40 parks, forests and gardens, a couple of lakes, two rivers and one canal, Hanover offers a large variety of leisure activities.
The uplands region, between the Tigris north of Samarra and the Euphrates north of Hit, is known as Al Jazira ( the island ) and is part of a larger area that extends westward into Syria between the two rivers and into Turkey.
Here the Tigris and Euphrates rivers lie above the level of the plain in many places, and the whole area is a river delta interlaced by the channels of the two rivers and by irrigation canals.
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He crawled beneath the two supply wagons which stood between the buildings and peered around a corner.
They, and the two large fans which I could dimly see as daylight filtered through their vents, down at the far end of the hall, could be turned on by a master switch situated inside the office.
The only thing which would have attracted attention was that two wore the uniform of prison guards, three the striped suits of convicts.
The car was just about to us, its driver's fat, solemn face intent on the road ahead, on business, on a family in Sante Fe -- on anything but an old pick-up truck in which two human beings desperately needed rescue.
There had been a good second or two during which my muffler had been blowing out, and now I was certain I'd seen her somewhere before.
We followed the asphalt road for a few miles and then swung off onto a smaller road which was nothing more than two tire marks on the earth.
There were two rubbing sticks for making fire, two stones shaped roughly like knives, a woven-root container which held a few pounds of dried worms and the dead body of some rodent.
The one apparent connection between the two is a score of buildings which somehow or other have survived and which naturally enough are called `` historical monuments ''.
As for progress, the `` backward South '' can boast of Baton Rouge, which increased its population between 1940 and 1950 by two hundred and sixty-two percent, to 126,000, the second largest growth of the period for all cities over 25,000.
The Constitution of the Southern `` Confederation '' differed from that of the Federal Union only in two important respects: It openly, defiantly, recognized slavery -- an institution which the Southerners of 1787, even though they continued it, found so impossible to reconcile with freedom that they carefully avoided mentioning the word in the Federal Constitution.
They differed in the balance they believed essential to the sovereignty of the citizen -- but the supreme sacrifice each made served to maintain a still more fundamental truth: That individual life, liberty and happiness depend on a right balance between the two -- and on the limitation of sovereignty, in all its aspects, which this involves.
and it is surely clear that the first of these is the result of the way in which the individual's command of language interacts with the other two.
At the end of this period two pious Christians in Rome receive the revelation which leads them to seek the next Pope on the rock.
but the possibility of this effort is bound up with that development of historical thought which is the greatest achievement of our civilization in the last two centuries, and it is utterly impossible to people in whom this development has not taken place.
On Christmas Eve, students brought out two small Christmas trees which I placed on either side of the tent.
Office workers frequently go out there to lunch and swim during the siesta period, which, during the summer, lasts from two until five in the afternoon, when shops and offices are again open for business.
There is a mediocre restaurant at Sounion and I fed a thin little Grecian cat and gave it two saucers of water -- there was no milk -- which it lapped up as though it were nectar.
To document his charge, Pike set up two parallel columns in The Advocate showing the price charged by The Gazette and the considerably lower price for which the work could be done elsewhere.
Each will decide on his own course somewhere between these two extreme cases according to the sense of responsibility which is determined for him by the particular circumstances of his own life.
`` They straggle at such a rate '', he told the commander-in-chief, `` that if the enemy were enterprising, they might get two from us, when we would take one of them, which makes me wish General Howe would go on, lest any incident happen to us ''.
`` Tact '', by its very derivation, implies that its possessor keeps in touch with other people, but the author of Clericis Laicos and Unam Sanctam, the wielder of the two swords, the papal sun of which the imperial moon was but a dim reflection, the peer of Caesar and vice-regent of Christ, was so high above other human beings that he had forgotten what they were like.