She has turned the London Tower Bridge and a floating glass boat over the Paris seine into runways in the past.
In 1732, one Henri Pitot was taking scientific measurements of the flow of the seine.
A weathered man was playing the sax alongside the seine as our cab turned into the Musée du Quai Branly.
Old English segne "drag-net," from West Germanic *sagina (cf. Old Saxon and Old High German segina), a borrowing of Latin sagena (source of French seine, 12c., which contributed to the form of the English word), from Greek sagene "a fishing net," also "a hunting net," of unknown origin.