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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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Waterer says that three main areas have emerged as crucial: the effect on people and need for communication; the need to identify what makes the organisation tick, rather than planning for specific crises; and continuity management in the supply chain.
The BriteTap chicken waterer can be connected to a wide variety of water supply tanks, but is designed to easily attach to a standard water cooler such as those sold under the the Igloo [R], and Rubbermaid[R] brand names.
Waterer continuously provides filtered flowing water, which encourages consumption.
fiscal cliff consequences, and this is capping market enthusiasm with such a significant obstacle remaining in the path of financial markets," Tim Waterer, senior trader at CMC Markets said.
While action from the ECB will still likely happen in coming months, financial markets are not known for their patience and the lack of immediate action was inevitably met with some petulance by traders," Tim Waterer, senior trader at CMC Markets, wrote in a note on Friday.
Chickens seem to be experts at filling their waterer with dirt.
Co-founder of the clinic Chris Waterer said: "We believe the Colne Valley Clinic is a valuable resource in Marsden and the Colne Valley for people who want to get well by natural means.
If your waterer does not grow hanging baskets or have containers near the house and you do, it is always worthwhile giving a gentle reminder about watering even if it rains.
In gardens where plants are hand watered, the waterer, on account of close proximity to his plants, cannot help but become more horticulturally observant than in gardens in which sprinklers do the watering by remote control.
economic data and ongoing tensions in the Middle East are adding to supply concerns," said Tim Waterer, a senior trader at CMC Global Markets in Sydney.
Now that the seed of a strategic crude oil release has been planted in traders' minds, this may act to impose an imaginary cap on the price of crude, with traders wary of taking long positions at elevated prices should the coordinated release come to fruition," said Tim Waterer, senior forex dealer at CMC Markets.
If a horse is at pasture with a water source that freezes up, his automatic waterer quits working, or his tub of ice is not dumped out and replaced with water often enough, he may become dehydrated.