Kanawha

[ US /kəˈnɔhə/ ]
NOUN
  1. a tributary of the Ohio River in West Virginia
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How To Use Kanawha In A Sentence

  • Kanawha Circuit Judge Duke Bloom delayed Light's arraignment briefly to allow time for what he called a mandatory conference. The Charleston Gazette -
  • As this mixture of substances naturally suggested the composition of the "mother liquors" from salt brines, Mr. Price made an analysis of such a sample of "bittern" from the Snow Hill furnace, Kanawha Co., Scientific American Supplement, No. 643, April 28, 1888
  • More immediately, so far as Washington was involved, the upstir caught at Redstone the expedition he was sending to “seat” his Kanawha lands. Washington
  • A fine bunch of friends I had made since entering the dear old Panhandle State — which nickname I had learned from my pal Gershom Odell, house dick of Kanawha Spa. Too Many Cooks
  • hydrokinetic" generators to be installed near Ohio and Kanawha River dams by McGinnis, Inc. State Journal Featured Content
  • Let's face it...on the surface, the biggest thing happening in this town is the "Kanawha Kordsmen Barbershop Chorus" performing tonight at the "Clay Center for the Arts," & the town's motto is Latin for "Hey, we just got cable! LOSTCasts 55: The Brig
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