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Firth of Clyde

Firth of Clyde, bay-like mouth of the River Clyde in southwest Scotland 50 mi (80 km) long and 30 mi (50 km) wide. The term firth, used largely in Scotland, denotes an arm of the sea or an estuary (a river mouth that empties into the sea).

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