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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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The objectives of the project were reducing rural poverty by improving income and livelihoods through enhanced productivity and protection and conservation of natural resources base through recovery and rehabilitation of salt affected and waterlogged lands in the districts of Jhang, Sargodha and Hafizabad in Punjab province.
The wheat varieties used in the pot experiment were evaluated in a randomised block design under drained and waterlogged conditions in a reclaimed sodic soil (pH 8.
Farmers should minimise their access to waterlogged areas and record any soil damage from harvesting conducted under the temporary exemption and the remedial action undertaken in their Cross Compliance Soil Assessment Record booklet.
Today's meeting at Newbury has been abandoned due to a waterlogged track.
Even Saturday's prestigious fixture at Ascot, featuring the Victor Chandler Chase, is threatened as the course is waterlogged in places.
Upturn waterlogged plants in pots, then remove the parts of the root system that are affected and replant into fresh compost.
Conference League: Newport 34 (Scott Pegler 13) Rye House 44 (Edward Kennett 15) (Abandoned after 13 heats, track waterlogged - result stands).
It is estimated about 10 per cent of the logs became waterlogged and sank on their way to sawmills along Lake Superior's shoreline.
The hill is waterlogged all the way down and it's got no chance of drying at all.
The soil in the bed drained poorly and was constantly waterlogged.
The submerged logs were lost over the past decades when they became waterlogged and sank while being floated down the rivers to mills on the lower Amazon.
PATNA Sahib MP Shatrughan Sinha took a round of several waterlogged areas in Patna and hit out at the Patna Municipal Corporation and the state government over their failure to drain out rainwater from several localities.