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the channel in which a
flows or formerly flowed.
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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The forelimb would have allowed the animal to propel itself along the bottom of the
or elevate its head out of the water.
But only a dry, dusty
was to be seen, cordoned off by a fence and metal gate.
Normally the water was so clear he could see straight to the rocky
The seamed and arid face, a slowly eroding
, is as wide open as a gap-toothed grin.
Instead of panning in an icy
, you'll likely pan in a covered area with heated water.
The researchers say they aren't likely to find any significant artifacts in the muddy
From there, we'd follow the dry
until it slipped between narrow walls.
Somewhere underneath, water had disappeared from the
, leaving the arroyo full of dry river rock.
When a hen salmon finally gets home, she begins digging a nest in the
, thrashing with her whole body to make a hollow.
After dodging and weaving for an hour through soft breezes, they set down on a parched
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