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use "navigable" in a sentence

The little river Amenanus, or Amenas, which flowed through the city, was a very small stream, and could never have been navigable.

The Rhône and Saône rivers were navigable, as were most of the rivers of Gaul, and river traffic was heavy.

Modern course Although, as mentioned
water/wave/nautical theme is melded with post-modern design.

His schemes are invariably nautical and typically involve pillage, plunder, and domination of all the oceans in the world.

The cathedral is also used to host The London nautical School's annual Christmas Carol Service.

The Hydrographic Office of the Marine Department surveys Hong Kong waters and produces nautical charts to facilitate safe navigation within the port.

Outside the nautical sphere, ensigns are used to designate many other military units, government departments and administrative divisions.

The two forces were about nautical miles ( km) away from each other.

Japanese carrier dive bombers head towards the reported position of American carriers on May 7. At 07:22 one of Takagi's carrier scouts, from Shokaku, reported that it had located American ships 182 degrees, nautical miles ( km) from Takagi.

Closing on the object at nautical miles (0 km) per hour and at a range of nautical miles (0 km), the object began to move, keeping a steady distance of nautical miles (0 km) from the F-4.

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