Translation for 'western water rail' from English to Norwegian
vannrikse {m/f} [Rallus aquaticus]
(western) water rail
Partial Matches
skinne {m/f} [for tog og trikk]
høyhastighetsbane {m}
high-speed rail
vestlig {adj}western
vestre {adj}western
nordvestlig {adj}north-western
sørvestlig {adj}south-western
vesteuropeisk {adj}Western European
sydvestlig {adj}south-western
(vestlig) honningbie {m/f} [Apis mellifera, Syn.: Apis mellifica]
(Western) honeybee
kjempelerk {m} [Larix occidentalis]
western larch
blåsultanhøne {m/f} [Porphyrio porphyrio]
western swamphen
svanedykker {m} [Aechmophorus occidentalis]
western grebe
maurersanger {m} [Iduna opaca, syn.: Hippolais opaca]
western olivaceous warbler
punersanger {m} [Curruca hortensis, syn.: Sylvia hortensis]
western Orphean warbler
grønn mamba {m} [Dendroaspis viridis]
western green mamba
sivhauk {m} [Circus aeruginosus]
(western) marsh harrier
Vestlandet {n}
Western Norway [region]
punersteinskvett {m} [Oenanthe hispanica]
western black-eared wheatear
middelhavssteinskvett {m} [Oenanthe hispanica]
western black-eared wheatear
eikesanger {m} [Phylloscopus bonelli]
western Bonelli's warbler
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Usage Examples English
  • The Western rail line bisects the area (the line between Townsville and Mount Isa). The area is also dissected by gas and water pipelines.
  • He is a campaigner for the Western Railway Corridor, Light rail for Galway and water quality issues.
  • The water rail breeds across temperate Eurasia from Iceland and Ireland discontinuously to North Africa, Saudi Arabia and western China. Its distribution in Asia is poorly studied.
  • The Erie−Western Pennsylvania Port Authority provides water taxi service in the summer between Dobbins Landing and Liberty Park in downtown Erie, and the Waterworks ferry landing on Presque Isle.
  • The substation is the last major rail electric substation built for the Sydney metropolitan network and the largest such building on the Main Western line between Penrith and Lithgow.

  • The eastern munitions site is larger than its western neighbour and the bomb storage buildings, in addition to being less numerous, are also mostly surrounded by water-filled moats.
  • Commuter rail services along the line started operating into the new Chicago and North Western Terminal (now Ogilvie Transportation Center) in 1911.
  • The James River and Kanawha Canal was a partially built canal in Virginia intended to facilitate shipments of passengers and freight by water between the western counties of Virginia and the coast.
  • At the start of the War the railways and water communications of north-east Indian Railways was not a major concern for the British Empire forces stationed in Burma as they could be supplied by sea through port in Rangoon (as could Chinese forces in south western China thought supplies passing up the Burma Road).
  • Weston was its western terminus. The railway triggered several local industries.

  • The station was built in 1989 and replaced an earlier Grand Trunk Western Railroad (GTW) station closer to downtown.
  • It is the northern terminus of the Metra Electric District to Chicago's southern suburbs, and the western terminus of the South Shore Line to Gary and South Bend, Indiana.
  • Wallaroo is at the western end of the Copper Coast Highway and on the Spencer Highway.
  • The OWWR (and its branch) later amalgamated with the Great Western Railway (GWR) and, in 1881, the branch was extended westwards and formed part of the GWR's Banbury and Cheltenham Direct Railway.
  • The halt was opened by the London and North Western Railway in 1905 and closed by its successor, the London, Midland and Scottish Railway in 1926.

  • A continuous monsoon current covers the entire western coast of India during this period.
  • In New South Wales these vehicles were called "gins", and were used in the predominantly dry western region and on some branch lines.
  • MD 23 continues west through a mix of farmland and forest, passing south of the hamlet of Fairview and crossing over Phillips Mill Road and Morse Road before East–West Highway reaches its western terminus at MD 165 (Baldwin Mill Road) south of Jarrettsville.
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