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Dam

A subdivision of the mohar, the currency of Nepal prior to 1932. A dam was equivalent to 1/128 of a mohar.
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2), which was attached to bedrock on the west side, and to a 152 m long earth-fill dam on the east side.
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Harquahala FRS is a compacted earth-fill dam which detains floodwater from the southwest side of the Big Horn Mountains, the Harquahala Plain and Saddle Mountain.