I have a can't-miss tip in the seventh at aqueduct plus a bridge to sell you.
Take a winter afternoon at aqueduct Park in Queens several months ago, just a mile from JFK airport.
Segovia is best known for its trilogy of monuments: the aqueduct, the Cathedral, and the Fortress.
The aqueduct here, taken with the fine scenery around, forms an exceedingly picturesque object.
They knew what she would find at the aqueduct track—find the world.
The aqueduct built by the Romans is the oldest monument of the town.
The aqueduct, which had been long destroyed, he renewed, and brought in water through it.
He then fastened to the trunk of the olive tree a strong strap, and threw the other end of it into the aqueduct.
It is from the aqueduct of yon Moorish mill nearly at the foot of the hill.
Oh, no, you forget the reservoir and the tunnelling of Three Brothers for the aqueduct to Bridgeton!
aqueduct aq·ue·duct (āk'wĭ-dŭkt')
A channel or passage in a body part or an organ.