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Tweed River

Tweed River, waterway forming part of the Scotland-England border. It rises in southeastern Scotland and flows into the North Sea. In the 19th century, mills were built along the river to produce water power for local textile factories. The name of the cloth known as tweed may come from the name of the river.

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