Thames River: difference between revisions

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# {{lb|en|nonstandard|technically incorrect}} The [[River Thames]].
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# The [[River Thames]] {{lb|en|nonstandard|not the customary language usage in Great Britain and Ireland}}.
 
# A short river and tidal estuary in [[Connecticut]], [[USA]]. {{c|en|Rivers in the United States of America}}
 
# A short river and tidal estuary in [[Connecticut]], [[USA]]. {{c|en|Rivers in the United States of America}}

Latest revision as of 17:40, 21 December 2018

English[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

Likely from "X River" commonly used in America.

Proper noun[edit]

Thames River

  1. The River Thames (nonstandard, not the customary language usage in Great Britain and Ireland).
  2. A short river and tidal estuary in Connecticut, USA.