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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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This game gives a traditional touch to our year and brings back our memories of old times, when the use of a traditional waterwheel was necessary for us to grow any crops
The working waterwheel, and use of the river for power generation, first attracted me, but since that date my research has taken me into the development of metallurgy during the Enlightenment.
An undershot waterwheel is mounted above the mill race with the bottom of the wheel in the water.
as he lifts the dome from one of the drinking-water wells for the Waterwheel Village mobile home park and the Country Pantry Restaurant.
During its stay on the Tyne, Flow's giant waterwheel generated power to drive electro-acoustic musical machinery which made a range of sounds in response to the changing tides.
We want our 40th birthday to reflect and celebrate all the activity this historic place has seen over the last few decades, from its opening days to getting the magnificent waterwheel working in the eighties to visits from Royalty to free admission in the past few years.
In addition, the women also brought fodder from the mountains and operated a waterwheel during the night to water the farms.
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There are also particularities of steam engine and waterwheel design that Cabrera ignores, at some peril to her own arguments.
He is equally informative about surviving machinery, such as the wonderful, huge Laxey waterwheel on the Isle of Man.
The 18th century mill preserves period features including the waterwheel and includes the internal machinery in the enormous living room.
The spin on the cups helps the cups grab the air in front of them and carry it over the tops of the cups, similar to a waterwheel.