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"A Lake" is a film, directed by Philippe Grandrieux.


A Lake is a lake of Halifax Regional Municipality, in north-eastern Nova Scotia, Canada.

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Google previewThe New London Universal Gazetteer, Or Alphabetical Geography ... Illustrated by Maps and Engravings ... Third Edition (1826)

A Lake is an expanse of standing water surrounded on all sides by land, except where its waters pass off by a stream or river, as Lake Ladoga, Lake Ontario, the Lake of Geneva, Loch Lomond, Lough Neagh, &c. A River is a current of fresh ...

Google previewElk Lake, Minnesota: Evidence for Rapid Climate Change in the North-Central United States (1993)

by J. Piatt Bradbury, Walter E. Dean

A lake is a system operating at the aqueous interface between atmosphere, geosphere, and biosphere. Each lake is a long-term climate sensitivity experiment, with multiple parameters recording different signals of changing climate at different ...

Google previewJumpstarters for Geography, Grades 4 - 8 (2007)

by Cindy Barden

A lake is a large body of water surrounded by land on all sides.

Google previewThe Filipino Moving Onward 6' 2008 Ed.

Pasig River Location Apayao Cagayan Camarines Sur Palawan Negros Occidental Capiz Surigao del Norte Lanao del Sur Surigao del Sur Cotabato Rizal and Metro Manila Lakes A lake is an inland body of usually fresh water generally ...

Google previewAnecdotes of a Boarding-School ... By M. P. [i.e. Dorothy Kilner.] (1800)

by M. P., Dorothy Kilner

A Lake is a collećtion of deep ftanding water, entirely furrounded with land, without any visible and open communication with the fea. “ A Gulph is an arm of the fea that runs into the land, with a narrow entrance. If this entrance is large, it is ...

Google previewDr. Seuss Literature Activities--The King's Stilts (2014)

by John Carratello, Patty Carratello

A lake is a body of water that is surrounded by land. Lakes are smaller than seas, but larger than ponds.

Google previewPublications (1922)

by Indiana. Dept. of Conservation

A lake is a body of standing water which is not connected with the sea at sea level. Salt lakes are not connected with the sea and fresh lakes are connected with the sea by streams. Small lakes are called ponds. The essential conditions for the ...

Google previewThe new pocket cyclopædia: or, Elements of useful knowledge (1813)

by John Millard (assistant librarian of the Surrey inst.)

A lake is a body ef water, of greater or less extent, entirety surrounded by land, and having no apparent communication with the sea. Thus, in England, we have the lakes of Def want- water, Windermere, Keswick, &c. Rivers are bodies of fresh ...

Google previewActs (2007)

by Loveday Alexander

In Luke's Gospel, the 'sea of Galilee', where Peter grew up and worked as a fisherman, is called a lake (limne). For Luke, the real sea (thalassa) is the Mediterranean, a lurking menace on the edge of Hebrew nightmare, a place of storm and ...

Google previewLakes (2006)

by Kay Jackson

A lake is a body of water.

Google previewYosemite Meditations (2014)

by Claudia Welsh, Steven P. Medley

A lake is a landscape's most beautiful . . . Twain, Mark, e Complete Works of Mark Twain: Roughing It, Volume 1. New York: American Publishing Company, Harper and Brothers, 1871. Williams, Terry Tempest, excerpt from “Statement Before ...

Google previewAn introduction to Modern Geography, with an appendix, containing an outline of Astronomy, etc (1827)

by James THOMSON (LL.D., Professor of Mathematics in the University of Glasgow.)

A lake is a portion of water entirely surrounded by and. - A gulf is a portion of water nearly surrounded b land. A bay is a like portion, but smaller. If a gulf be very large, it is often called a mediterranean or inland sea. A strait is a narrow portion ...

Google previewA new geographical, historical, and commercial grammar ... (1815)

by William Guthrie, John Knox

A lake is a large collection of water, entirely surrounded by land ; as the lake of Geneva, and the lakes in ...

Google previewWorld Geography Affected by World Upheavals

A lake is a considerable inland body of standing water. It may contain fresh or salt water. A lagoon is a shallow lake or pond that is connected to the sea or another body of water by small channel. The water is usually very quiet and peaceful ...

Google previewGenghis Khan and the Making of the Modern World (2005)

by Jack Weatherford

Lake Baliuna: Baljuna is called a lake in the text, but it may have been a river or a small lake connected to the Bali River, a tributary of the Onon. The exact timing of the eventis in great debate. Some scholars believe that it occurred at ...

Google previewA Geographical, Historical, and Commercial Grammar... (1819)

by William Guthrie

A lake is a large colleoé tion of water, surrounded by land; as the lake of Geneva, and the lakes in Canada. A strait is a narrow part of the sea ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Perthensis, Or, Universal Dictionary of the Arts, Sciences, Literature, Etc. : Intended to Supersede the Use of Other Books of Reference (1816)

Loucu-Esx, a lake in Down, Ulst'r. a-)_Loucu.5ut. So' Esx, No 4. r LouGH-FALC' ON, a lake of lreland, in Down. derry, before _thc 'nouth of which is a great sand bank called the. Town. which. however. does not obstruct the navigation, as there ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia; Or, A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and Miscellaneous Literature; Constructed on a Plan, by which the Different Sciences and Arts are Digested Into the Form of Distinct Treatises of Systems ... [& Supplement] (1803)

-ibWINNEBAGO, a lake of the N. W. Territory; west ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Creek/Muskogee (2004)

by Jack B. Martin, Margaret McKane Mauldin

Palatka Pond a lake in Alachua Co., Fla. [ According to Read (1934), Jacksonville, Fla. was once known as waca pilatka, ...

Google previewA Naval Encyclopaedia: Comprising a Dictionary of Nautical Words and Phrases (1884)

Biographical Notices, and Records of Naval Officers; Special Articles on Naval Art and Science

A lake is a large quantity of water contained in a hollow cavity in the earth's surface. Lakes, then, are nearly or entirely surrounded by land. A small lake is called a pond, in France an Hang. A shallow lake near a coast is called a lagoon, and ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of World Geography (2005)

by R. W. McColl

ALSO CALLED A lake plain, a lacustrine plain is an area created out of deposition largely related to the past existence of lakes in the area, although in some cases, the original lakes still exist, having shrunk in size over time. Lacustrine refers ...

Google previewA topographical Dictionary of Scotland ... and an elegant sheet map (1819)

by David WEBSTER (Topographer.)

a lake in the parish of Fortingall ...

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It was night and I could see a large and calm lake, reflecting the moon. Black mountains rose around it. I arrived from between two of these mountains, I looked at the lake and the moon, and that was it, nothing else happened. (Georges Simenon)
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