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Clyde River in sw Scotland. It rises in the Southern Uplands, passing over the Falls of Clyde (which provide hydroelectric power) near Lanark and widening into the Firth of Clyde at Dumbarton. Clydebank, below Glasgow, was Scotland's main shipbuilding region. Length: 170km (106mi).

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Clyde a river in western central Scotland which flows from the Southern Uplands to the Firth of Clyde, formerly famous for the shipbuilding industries along its banks.

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