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use "levee" in a sentence

Today however, the province of Prince Edward Island has maintained a more historical approach to celebrating levee day.

Whether in the cotton field of the Delta or on the levee up St. Louis way, it was always the same.

The flood of 1993 breached the levee and sent
Hungarian Revolution ) he came to Budapest hoping to earn a fortune, but his lethargic firm refuses his proposals.

After that encounter, Yabe becomes despondent and lethargic, hiding in his apartment and refusing to leave.

On the other hand Ambassador Lodge, Nixon's running mate, ran a lethargic campaign and made several mistakes which hurt Nixon.

When a suitable prey swims by, the normally lethargic sawfish will spring from the bottom and slash at it furiously with its saw.

A Dragon needs between 12 and 14 hours of daylight; much less or more causes problems with their circadian rhythms and makes them lethargic and sick.

Active when young, it becomes lethargic as it grows.

This was after the local police was found to be incompetent and lethargic in their investigations.

Declining activity levels and lack of desire to exercise may lead to the cat becoming lethargic.

If the youngster complains of aching - especially in the knees and also of feeling lethargic and tired, these are the classic symptoms of a growth spurt.

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