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Water

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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BADGE was only found in distilled water from the two first sterilizations.
The dimensions and weight changes of the specimens soaked in seawater were slightly smaller than those soaked in distilled water.
5 g of the carbonate in 100 ml of distilled water, heat to a gentle boil and boil for 10-15 minutes, and proceed with the remainder of the heated procedure.
1) was immersed in certain amount of distilled water in five 500 ml beakers to ensure the swelling equilibrium was achieved.
In all cases, treatment for 15 min with just with distilled water at 90[degrees]C prior to staining in alkaline fast green showed no staining of either somatic or sperm nuclei.
Mix one teaspoon Calendula tincture with half a teaspoon sea salt and one cup distilled water.
Although distilled water has a flat taste "people will get used to the taste," Jardine says.
The child's condition worsened immediately after being given the distilled water, the officials said, admitting that the girl died from malpractice.
4) * Researchers at Northeastern University discovered several kinds of antibiotic-resistant bacteria in 6 of 8 brands of bottled spring and distilled water purchased in the Boston area.
University of Quebec researchers had 20 men and 20 women immerse their hands in painfully hot water for 3 minutes while savoring 1 of 10 odors: massage oil, orange water, aftershave, distilled water, baby oil, vanilla extract, almond extract, white vinegar, a hair perm product, and a dental product (Physiol.
The Vitamin Water collection is a combination of vapor distilled water, crystalline fructose, citric acid, and electrolytes (calcium, magnesium, and potassium).
dermaCM, announces successful findings of a double blind human taste test using proprietary nanolipidic particles (NLP) to mask the taste of sodium chloride in distilled water preparations.