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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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Late in the afternoon, several muley does trotted into the waterhole with seemingly no care in the world.
They were at the lead of every herd, and it almost looked as if the only thing stopping them from running the entire way to the waterhole was a watchful mother standing lookout from behind.
If they always cruise through a particular area on your property, Dan says that's a good place to put in a waterhole.
As I sip on my coffee in the morning, I gaze at wild elephants and impalas at the waterhole against the brilliant African skies.
The next morning we hiked to a remote waterhole, and it was especially active.
At that point, I still dreamed of my own floodlit waterhole, just across the street from my house, where I will sell over-priced drinks to dozens of visitors with thick wallets, all keen to see the elephants in my suburb.
The physically shrinking waterhole, for example, takes decoding into inferences of the importance of natural world events.
Along the way they have no choice but to go right through various types of difficult terrain: waterhole, sand, rocks (think Devils Marbles), scrub, and swamp.
It is the second attack in the region in just two weeks after a girl aged seven was killed swimming in a waterhole nearby.
Not too far away an impala is lying down, alert--he hears a sound, but realises that it is a thirsty old tortoise on its way to the waterhole.
MEHRAULI WATERHOLE famous for making wishes come true
Thomas, 11, of Charlton, who was undecided if he should reveal the champion-producing waterhole, said, "I caught him at a pond near my grandma's house.