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A levada is an irrigation channel or aqueduct specific to the Portugese island of Madeira. They were created from the sixteenth century to carry water across the island from the mountainous west and northwest of the island to the drier southeast, which is more conducive to habitation and agriculture
The total levadas network extends over 2150 km in this island 57 km long, 23km wide in the widest point.
1. water saturated or strongly impregnated with salt.
2. a salt and water solution for pickling.
3. the sea or ocean.
4. the water of the sea.
5. Chemistry: any saline solution.
6. to treat with or steep in brine.
Etymology: Middle English; Old English brȳne; cognate with Dutch brijn.
the phenomenon of a language developed by twins (identical or fraternal) that only the two children can understand. The word has its Ancient Greek roots from crypto meaning secret and phasia meaning speech. Most linguists associate cryptophasia with idioglossia, which is lmore or less the same, however cryptophasia also includes mirrored actions like twin-walk and identical mannerisms.