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In auto sales, a slang term for false equity. For example, water occurs when a car owner claims $3,000 in equity on a vehicle when she only has $1,500 in equity.
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As I sip on my coffee in the morning, I gaze at wild elephants and impalas at the waterhole against the brilliant African skies.
The Waterhole is a good example: at its simplest level it is a 1-10 counting book.
He needs a waterhole, trees to sleep under and rocks to sit on, as well as food and vet bills.
She said that playing the role in the film about the closure of Sunset Strip waterhole The Bourbon Room, set in 1987, was a great laugh.
For those looking for live entertainment, Sheraton's The Waterhole is the place to be in from 8pm to 3am.
MEHRAULI WATERHOLE famous for making wishes come true
According to folk tale, the zebra was once all white but got its black stripes after a fight with a baboon over a waterhole.
Thomas, 11, of Charlton, who was undecided if he should reveal the champion-producing waterhole, said, "I caught him at a pond near my grandma's house.
The two to three-year-olds donned African dress and created a model village complete with animals and a real waterhole.
So she places herself on a giant coneshell and floats downstream towards the coast of Maningrida, past the sacred Dreaming waterhole called Djomi.
Olly points out an enormous photograph on the studio wall of lions lying near the remains of a kill beside a waterhole in the Ngorogoro crater in Tanzania.