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potamophobia.

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(riv'ĕrz),
William H., English physician, 1864-1922. See: Rivers cocktail.
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aw is the capital of the Oder Waterway, Bydgoszcz is a key place when it comes to the Vistula's waterway and the international waterway E70 - he stressed.
The sides exchanged views on maritime issues, joint cooperation to enhance the security of international waterways, and fighting piracy and terrorism.
The oil-rich port city of Basra, Iraq's only outlet to international waterways, lies 590 km south of the Iraqi capital Baghdad.
Development and implementation of RIS in the Republic of Croatia is important because Croatian waterways need to be fully included in the international waterways and to reach higher international waterway classification levels.
MANAMA: The Strait of Hormuz is one of the most important international waterways for transportation of oil and trade goods, a top official said yesterday.
Rafin said the YAF were deployed along YLNG's pipeline and the navy was escorting the LNG tankers to the international waterways.
The visit of the Pakistani ship to the port of Aden comes within the framework of bilateral cooperation between the two countries, particularly in the field of combating sea piracy, securing the international waterways, training and rehabilitation ,and utilization of the experiences and the exchanged information in the technical aspects.
Salman, lead counsel and water law adviser for The World Bank, provides policymakers and financial professionals with an overview of Bank policy for projects on international waterways.
continue to work closely together in assuring the stability and security of energy supplies and their unhindered transit through international waterways.
Such bodies to grant or deny approval to use international waterways are already in place, including the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea in Hamburg.

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