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a drift, of rivers
 

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Rivers
Across ) the river
Cross ) the river
Go down the ) river
Go up the ) river
The ) river is fordable
The banks of the ) river
You have several ) rivers to cross
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Several rivers
Several roads
Several rocks
Several rooms
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Some rivers
Some roads
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Such risks
Such rivers
Such roads
Such rocks
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The rivers are rapid
The roads are bad
The roads are good
 
The sails
The same as before
The same thing
 
The sentence is, that
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Where rivers
Where roads
Where rocks
Where rules
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Whatever rivers
Whatever roads
Whatever rocks
No rocks ) whatever
Whatever room
 
There is no room ) whatever
 
Whatever signals
No signal ) whatever was made

instances of and adjacencies to rivers in
John Macdonald, A Naval, Military and Political Telegraphic Dictionary, Numerically Arranged on a Very Comprehensive Scale.... (Whitehall, 1817)
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3 February 2013
tags: adrifts; instances and adjacencies; Macdonald, John; rivers