OHW

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AcronymDefinition
OHWOrdinary High Water
OHWOne Hit Wonder (music artist)
OHWOh How Wonderful
OHWOracle Help for Web
OHWOxyhydrogen Welding
OHWOther Hazardous Waste (US Defense Environmental Restoration Program)
OHWOverhead and Orderwire Interface (Unit)
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ordinary high water mark, and thus to qualify as a tributary.
the public trust doctrine vested the state with ownership of the beds of tidal waters below the mean high water line, and of nontidal, navigable waters, below the ordinary high water line.
57) Because the marsh lands lay below the ordinary high water mark of the Amelia River, they were not "swamp and overflow lands" within the meaning of the act but sovereignty lands which the trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund had no authority to convey.
Work below the ordinary high water is required to occur between June 16 and Sept.
Army Corps of Engineers and the Oregon Division of State Lands require permits for any removal of material below the river's ordinary high water mark, he said.
Not only can people boat or fish from the surface of the water, he said, but they are entitled to engage in other water-dependent uses below the line of ordinary high water, such as swimming, sunbathing and fishing on foot.
This project also includes the installation root wad revetment along the ordinary high water line of the kenai river, orientation kiosk, double concrete vaulted toilet and steel piles.
The Mathewses built their home 110 feet from the ordinary high water line, and everything seemed fine until two years ago, Cindy Mathews said.
Notes: Work below Ordinary High Water is required to occur between June 16 and August 31.
83) Type of Construction: Work to be performed under this project includes: This project will require slope repair and slope protection with the construction of a stone toe wall keyed in below ordinary high water and continuing no more than 6 feet above the ordinary high water mark.
Tenders are invited for This project will require slope repair and slope protection with the construction of a stone toe wall keyed in below ordinary high water and continuing no more than 6 feet above the ordinary high water mark.
All work will b completed i the channel below the Ordinary High Water mark within the permitted fish window.