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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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Hence, all told, the water that comes out of our taps, provided it is free from contamination, is better than purified water from water stations because aside from being safe, it contains minerals.
Just last week, Jerome, not his real name, raised the price of 19 liters of bottled purified water from P35 to P40, an increase that he said compensated for his fuel costs.
'Today, we are sharing with you a purified water product harnessed from sustainable natural sources and bottled with care to ensure you get only safe and quality purified water we Filipinos can be proud of,' said Thor Jourdan Mutuc, business development manager at Philippine Bottling Beverage, or PBB.
Revealing that it took three years of research and testing before Banahaw Spring Purified Water has been finally released to the local market, Mutuc further emphasized the intricate process of producing the country's first purified water to have been named after its source.
The regimen of antihistamines and purified water has helped to calm the severity of the reactions but not stop them all together, (http://www.fox5ny.com/news/rare-condition-means-minnesota-toddler-is-allergic-to-water) her parents told KMSP.
People with severely weakened immune systems or serious health conditions may benefit from purified water because of the absence of contaminants.
He informed that purified water would be available for citizens round the clock after installation of water meters.
Further, the i-taste RO also lets the user control the taste of the purified water as it comes with a unique anti-oxidant and mineral cartridge.
VEOLIA WATER TECHNOLOGIES reports it has launched a new generation of the highly successful Orion skid mounted pharmaceutical purified water packages.
In IPR, purified water is introduced into a groundwater aquifer or a surface water reservoir for a specified period of time before being withdrawn for potable purposes.
The "fuel" used is wastewater, and the products of the process are purified water and electricity.