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Potamology
   is the study of   
Rivers
Boney M
   had a U.K. Number One single with   
Rivers Of Babylon
May 7 1978 for 5 weeks
Rivers Cuomo
   has played guitar in   
Weezer
Tobias Picker
   composed   
Old and Lost Rivers
Guyana
   has the anthem   
Dear Land of Guyana, of Rivers and Plains
Joan Rivers
   is the stage name of   
Joan Sandra Molinsky
Johnny Rivers
   released the single   
Poor Side of Town
1966; one week as #1 on the Billboard Hot 100
William Hovell
      
Was the First European to Discover the Murray, Murrumbidgee Rivers and Mount Bland
He covered 670 miles there and 150 miles less on the way back and took 1 year to complete the journey.
Three Rivers FCC
   is situated in   
Texas
Federal Correctional Complex
Potamophobia
   is an acute fear of   
Rivers
Doc Rivers
   is Head Coach of   
Los Angeles Clippers
Mesopotamia
   means   
Between Two Rivers
Tarn, Arnon, Souffel
   are all   
French Rivers
Danube, Nims, Neckar
   are all   
German Rivers
Danube, Crasna, Bodrog
   are all   
Hungarian Rivers
Danube, Weissbach, Murz
   are all   
Austrian Rivers
Rhine, Rhone, Linth
   are all   
Swiss Rivers
Tajo, Ebro, Mino
   are all   
Spanish Rivers
Zezere, Tagus, Guadiana
   are all   
Portuguese Rivers
Mara, Kalambo, Umbo
   are all   
Tanzanian Rivers
Blue Nile, Birbir, Tekeze
   are all   
Ethiopian Rivers
Blue Nile, White Nile, Nile
   are all   
Sudanese Rivers
White Nile, Nile, Lamia
   are all   
Ugandan Rivers
Mara, Njoro, Tsavo
   are all   
Kenyan Rivers
Nile, Blue Nile, White Nile
   are all   
Egyptian Rivers
Elie Wiesel
   wrote   
All Rivers Run to the Sea
"Memoirs", 1995
Six Rivers National Forest
   is situated in   
California
All Together Now
   featured the character   
Bobby Rivers
Played by Jon English
China
   is the site of   
Three Parallel Rivers of Yunnan Protected Areas
Australia
   is the location of   
Oxley Wild Rivers National Park
NSW. 445 kilometres north of Sydney and named in memory of the Australian explorer John Oxley.
Australia
   is the location of   
Mitchell-Alice Rivers National Park
Australia
   is the location of   
Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park
Clarence, Parramatta and Georges
   are all   
Australian Rivers
Actually, all types of New South Wales Rivers
International Whitewater Rating System
   measures   
Intensity of Rivers for Rafting/kayaking
I to VI. I is easy, VI is unrunnable.
Anne Rivers Siddons
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
Heart of Dixie (1989)
Based on the 1976 book 'Heartbreak Hotel'
Howard Frank Mosher
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
Where the Rivers Flow North (1993)
Based on the 1978 book
Zambezi, Niger, Congo
   are all   
African Rivers
Along with the Nile
Johnny Rivers
   is the stage name of   
John Ramistella
American Rock 'n' Roll singer-songwriter & guitarist
The Islands of Bermuda Have No Rivers or Lakes.
   is   
True
The inhabitants must use rain for water.
The Potameides
   are the nymphs of   
Rivers
Joan Rivers
   said   
"If God Wanted Us to Bend over He'd Put Diamonds on the Floor"
American comedian actress, talk show host, businesswoman
'The Theory and Practice of Rivers' by Jim Harrison
   has the opening lines   
The Rivers of My Life: Moving Looms of Light, Anchored Beneath the Log
Jim Harrison
   wrote   
Theory and Practice of Rivers
1985
Tobias Picker
   recorded   
Old and Lost Rivers
Houston Symphony; Virgin, 1991
Queen of The Barbed One-Liners
   is a nickname for   
Joan Rivers
Jimmy Cliff
   released the single   
Many Rivers to Cross
1969; non-single; appears on "Wonderful World, Beautiful People"; included in the Rolling Stone magazine's "500 Greatest Songs of All Time"; inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 2011
Potamophobia
   is an acute fear of   
Rivers
Boney M
   released the single   
Rivers of Babylon
1978: #1 in the U.K. ; huge European hit; did not chart in the U.S.
Joan Rivers
   was a   
Comedian
An American actress, comedian, writer, producer, and television host. Born: June 8, 1933. Died: September 4, 2014
Many Rivers to Cross
   was released by   
Jimmy Cliff
1969 - inducted to 2011; included in Rolling Stone magazine's "500 Greatest Songs of All Time"






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