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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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According to Postel, it takes some 5,300 liters of fresh water for every dollar's worth of grain fed to a typical beef cow, while the water required to feed grass-fed cattle falls on the pasture from the sky, meaning it is free and does not deplete groundwater reserves at all.
Water cooler company AquAid donates a percentage of each sale to help provide fresh water to people in third world countries.
Life before the discovery of fresh water was very hard for our forefathers who lived on Abu Dhabi's coast as pearl divers -- the sea was actually called the EoACAyMaleh', in reference to its salty nature -- fresh water had to be brought from Dubai at various intervals in cans by small boats," said Dr Yousuf Al Hassan, former director of the Diplomatic Institute and Director of the Emirates Centre for Development and Research.
He observed that there are serious concerns on the availability of fresh water in India as it has 16 per cent of the world's population and only 2.
Kitazawa said at a news conference the United States has strongly urged that fresh water be used early in place of seawater because salt in seawater causes corrosion of equipment at the nuclear plant.
To help combat this, The Cadbury Foundation and Cadbury Cocoa Partnership have been building fresh water wells in the cocoa growing regions of Ghana since 2000.
Lebanese coast has always been rich with fresh water fountains deep within the sea.
25 billion expansion of the Panama Canal, touted to save fresh water by 60 percent
Speaking in Tajikistan on a state visit there, he said access to fresh water is often impeded by encroachments on human rights and occupation, with Palestine an example.
Temporary desalination water for several islands and resorts will now benefit from uninterrupted supply of fresh water.
RSS products and services have a wide spectrum of business applications in the Gulf region as well as in Central Asia, Dubai, Abu Dhabi and other Emirates in UAE as well as in Oman, Yemen, India and Pakistan all of which benefit from our temporary turnkey engineered solutions"AaColin Cave, General Manager for Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Bahrain and Kuwait also commented that "RSS will not only provide fresh water to several Gulf countries but in any countries that requires mobile desalination water especially in the event of natural calamities like earth quakes or any form of disasters.
Robert Bagatsing, group marketing manager of RSS, explained that rental desalination, or mobile water technology has various applications especially in areas where fresh water is scarce or non-existent.