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" Múris being directly in communication with the Nile, and only slightly above low Nile level, its discharge would depend entirely on the difference of level between it and the Nile, and consequently as the summer advanced, it would gradually fall and... "
The Nile in 1904 - Page 76
by Sir William Willcocks, Hugh John Llewellyn Beadnell - 1904 - 225 pages
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The Windsor Magazine, Volume 4

The WIndsor Magazine, WARD, LOCK & CO., june roy, ward, lock &, limited - 1896
...level between it and the Nile, and consequently, as the summer advanced, it would gradually fall, and would not be able to give at the end of the summer...quarter of the discharge it could give at the beginning. Now let us imagine that the Reservoir and the Lake are both completed and full of water, and that it...
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The Windsor Magazine, Volume 21

Literary Criticism - 1905
...and the Nile, and consequently, as the summer advanced, it would gradually fall, and would not l>e able to give at the end of the summer a quarter of the discharge it could give at the beginning. Now let us imagine that the Reservoir and the Lake are both completed and full of water, and that it...
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Factory and Industrial Management, Volume 27

John Robertson Dunlap, Arthur Van Vlissingen, John M. Carmody - Engineering - 1904
...level between it and the Nile, and consequently as the summer advanced it would gradually fall and would not be able to give at the end of the summer a quarter of the lischarge it could give at the beginning. "But let us imagine that the reservoir and the lake are both...
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Congressional Serial Set

United States - 1906
...level between It and the Nile, and consequently as the summer advanced It would gradually fall and would not be able to give at the end of the summer...of the discharge It could give at the beginning." It is evident from this that Mr. Willcocks has not yet studied the full and economical operation of...
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Page's Engineering Weekly, Volume 5

Engineering - 1904
...level between it and the Nile, and consequently as the summer advanced, it would gradually fall and would not be able to give at the end of the summer a quarter of the discharge it would give at the beginning. But let us imagine that the reservoir and the lake are both completed...
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