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Captain Trevithick has an interest in the mine of Coralillo; the great watercourse is also his.
Passing the flanking line of mesas, Bill pushed his way up a watercourse between two foothills.
MYSTERY RANCHARTHUR CHAPMAN
In vain was all this overthrow and waste by the roadside, in vain their loss in river, pool, and watercourse.
It was a sort of dry watercourse, although if the rain kept on at this rate it would soon be a devilish wet one.
A FRONTIER MYSTERYBERTRAM MITFORD
Below, on the bank of a small watercourse, was a large bit of enclosed and cultivated land, and beside this a fruit orchard.
Long windows opened out on to a lawn stretching down to the watercourse which fed the millwheel.
HYACINTHGEORGE A. BIRMINGHAM
We sat together, upon a day, in the shade of a ravine far from the barracks, where a watercourse used to run in rainy weather.
SOLDIER STORIESRUDYARD KIPLING
Near where he stood a fissure rent the wall of rock—a watercourse half filled with earth and shale and grown up with low shrubs.
THE ISLAND OF ENCHANTMENTJUSTUS MILES FORMAN
There is hardly a creek, pond, or watercourse, without one or more families having an abode upon its banks.
They advanced cautiously along the dry watercourse until it made an abrupt turn toward the west.
WHITE OTTERELMER RUSSELL GREGOR

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