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Aqueduct

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Aqueduct

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Contents

  • A type of bridge 1
  • A type of water supply system 2
  • In anatomy 3
  • In businesses 4
  • In geography 5
  • In media and entertainment 6

A type of bridge

  • Aqueduct (bridge), a bridge that is constructed to convey water over an obstacle, such as a ravine or valley
  • Navigable aqueduct (or water bridge), a water-filled bridge enabling boats, barges or ships on a waterway to cross over an obstacle, such as a ravine or valley

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A type of water supply system

  • Aqueduct (water supply), an artificial (man-made) channel that is constructed to convey water from one location to another. This can be made of canals, pipelines, inverted siphons, reservoirs and tunnels
  • Roman aqueduct, water supply systems constructed during the Roman Empire
  • Puquios, underground water systems in Peru
  • Aryk, an artificial channel for redirecting water in Central Asia and other countries

In anatomy

In businesses

In geography

In media and entertainment

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