Introduction to Damsdam terminology"ha" column or row of the kana syllabary

weir (usu. for irrigation)

Example of headworks (Hayade River headworks) Introduction to Dams
Example of headworks (Hayade River headworks)
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English : headwork

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The headworks are for irrigation water.headhair (on one's head)It is said that the name was given to the area because it is located at the mouth of the water intake (perhaps because the intake is a mouth).

Water intake isstablestableindicates such things as location of person or thing, location of short-term action, etc.rowglutinous rice steamed with red beans or some other ingredientfourth sign of Chinese zodiac (The Hare, 5am-7am, east, February)necessaryneedBecause of theconstructionconcurrent postin order toIn the event of a floodflood eventindicates such things as location of person or thing, location of short-term action, etc.compostcolonelorwashing awayenchanted cavelikerapidsold currentInstead of.gentlerice field (usu. small)young greens or herbsspotspotandselectionselectionThe following is a summary of the results of the study.

of the headworks.Examplecold (e.g. weather)

Ono Headworks

Ono Headworks
Ono Headworksindicates a person is the n-th generation head of a family

Kiso River weir (Makai headworks)

Example of headworks (Kisogawa weir and Makai headworks)
An example of a headworks (Kiso River weir (Varanus kisogawai, species of carnivorous bird found in Japan and Taiwan)river otter (Lutra lutra whiteleyi)interpoint (interword separation)shepherd's purse (Capsella bursa-pastoris)praying mantis (esp. the narrow-winged mantis, Tenodera angustipennis))

Meiji Water Headworks

Example of headworks (Meiji Water Headworks)
An example of a headworks (Meiji Water Headworksexplicit investment speculation)

Hayade River Headworks

Example of headworks (Hayade River headworks)
An example of a headworks (Hayade River Headworksearly investor)
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