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How to use asua in a sentence. Asua pronunciation.

I have shown in former works, in describing the system of the Nile, that the great affluents of that river invariably flow from the south-east-vide, the Atbara, Blue Nile, Sobat; and the Asua, which is very inferior so the three great rivers named.
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The torrents would become impassable during the rains, especially the river Asua, which in the wet season cuts off all communication with the south.
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The road was well watered by many small streams in deep gorges, until we descended to the Asua river.
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We happened to arrive at the spot where the river Atabbi joined the Asua.
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At this junction the Atabbi was perfectly clear, while the Asua was muddy, which proved that heavy rain had fallen in the Madi and Shooli countries, while the weather was dry in the mountains of Obbo.
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The Asua flowed through a fine forest, but although the water was muddy from recent rains, the volume at this season was confined to a portion of the bed, in the deepest parts of which it did not exceed two feet six inches.
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We walked for some time along the banks of the river up stream without seeing any game, and I was struck with the absence of tracks of the larger animals, which coincided with my remarks on the Asua river many years previous, when I crossed it about thirty miles higher up, on my route from Latooka to Shooa.
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I could not measure the distance accurately as we had to descend a rocky bank, and then, crossing the bed of the Asua, to ascend the steep north bank before we arrived at tolerably level ground.
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From an altitude of about 1,000 feet above the Asua river, we had a splendid view of the entire landscape.
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Eight miles from the Asua river now brought us to the top of the pass, and having stopped for a few moments to take compass bearings, we began the somewhat steep descent.
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The Asua river is only one day's march or about twenty miles, east of Fatiko.
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Hippopotami are to be found in the Asua river.
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Now, as you are bent on first going to visit Kamrasi M'Kamma, or King of Unyoro, and then to see as much of the western countries bordering on the little Luta N'zige, or `dead locust' lake, as possible, go in company with the ivory hunters across the Asua river to Apuddo eight marches, and look for game to the east of that village.
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He gave me much information regarding the country, but assured me that I should not be able to travel south for many months, as it would be quite impossible to cross the Asua river during the rainy season; he therefore proposed that I should form a camp at Obbo, and reside there until the rains should cease.
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I determined to make a reconnaissance south towards the dreaded Asua, or, as the Obbo people pronounced it, the Achua river, and to return to my fixed camp.
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This is a fine perennial stream flowing from the Madi mountains towards the west, forming an affluent of the Asua river.
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The chief of Farajoke, observing me engaged in taking bearings with the compass, was anxious to know my object, which being explained, he volunteered all information respecting the country, and assured me that it would be quite impossible to cross the Asua during the rainy season, as it was a violent torrent, rushing over a rocky bed with such impetuosity, that no one would venture to swim it.
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Loggo, the Bari interpreter, has always described Magungo as being on a large river, and I have concluded that it must be the Asua; but, upon cross-examination, I find he has used the word 'Bahr' (in Arabic signifying river or sea) instead of 'Birke' (lake).
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The Asua river is still impassable, according to native reports; this will, prevent a general advance south.
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In three days' march from this point through beautiful park-like country, we arrived at the Asua river.
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Examples of Asua

Example #1
Should burn either oil or candles.
Example #2
We have lastly the Victoria Nile of the Victoria N'yanza, following the same principle, and flowing from the south-east to the Albert N'yanza.
Example #3
This dangerous river was very important, as it would prevent a retreat should such a movement be necessary during the rainy season.
Example #4
Should I delay at Gondokoro, the dry season would pass by; the ground, now baked hard by the sun, would become soft, and would render transport by carts impossible.
Example #5
This was just twenty-five miles from our camp at Lobore, in latitude N., by observation, 3 degrees 43 minutes.
Example #6
We passed large tracts of land that had formerly been in a high state of cultivation, and the charred remains of numerous villages bespoke the desolation caused by these brigands of the White Nile.