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Essequibo

[ es-i-kwee-boh ]

noun

  1. a river flowing from S Guyana N to the Atlantic. About 550 miles (885 km) long.


Essequibo

/ ˌɛsɪˈkwiːbəʊ /

noun

  1. a river in Guyana, rising near the Brazilian border and flowing north to the Atlantic: drains over half of Guyana. Length: 1014 km (630 miles)


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In coming out of the woods, you see the western bank of the Essequibo before you, low and flat.

In passing overland from the Essequibo to the Demerara we fell in with a herd of wild hogs.

In coming out of the woods you see the western bank of the Essequibo before you, low and flat.

This station is on a high hill where the Mazaruni and Essequibo Rivers join.

He who wishes to reach the Macoushi country had better send his canoe over- land from Sinkerman's to the Essequibo.

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