navigable : Definition, Usages, News and More

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na vuh guh buhl

  • s  able to be sailed on or through safely
    navigable waters
    a navigable channel

  • Under the Federal Water Power Act of 1920, no navigable stream (or non-navigable stream affecting interstate commerce) may thus be obstructed without Government permission, and .
  • Small is beautiful Hobart's compact, navigable dimensions add to its laid-back maritime appeal.
  • The Northwest Passage, the fabled missin g link in a continuous navigable waterway between the Atlantic and the Pacific oceans, existed only in the explorers' minds, but its image .
News & Articles


  • Dannel Malloy in Journal Inquirer
    Ned Lamont has said we should explore windmills in the Sound - I disagree,Malloy said today. "We should absolutely use wind and energy, but putting windmills into a narrow, navigable body of water makes no sense."
  • Anthony Kennedy in Wall Street Journal
    But Justice Kennedy said the dissenters, too, had misread the act, failing to limit it to "navigable" waters, or those wetlands that "significantly affect the chemical, physical and biological integrity of other covered waters more readily...

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