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Floodwall The term 'Floodwall' as it applies to the area of the weather can be defined as ' In hydrologic terms, a long, narrow concrete, or masonry embankment usually built to protect land from flooding. If built of earth the structure is usually referred to as a levee. Floodwalls and levees confine streamflow within a specified area to prevent flooding. The term 'dike' is used to describe an embankment that blocks an area on a reservoir or lake rim that is lower than the top of the dam. '.
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