dike

On the Ohio River before the days of locks and dams, channel improvement consisted largely of ridding the snags away and constructing long wing dams to funnel the water during drought times into a navigable channel. These wing dams still clutter up the river in many places, although they have been useless for years, and they are called dikes.



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