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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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As rut activity slowly gained momentum throughout the week, evening action on the waterholes began drying up.
In Utah, Shay and I checked many waterholes and springs, and we found only one that did not have a trail camera on it.
This population migrates between Mali and Burkina Faso, when heading to Banzena waterhole. They are a source of pride and a model for compromise between man, elephants and the environment," Coulibaly said.
On our return walk from the waterhole, I observed an immature butcherbird on the ground, picking up items from the soil and eating them.
Nate's efforts to chat up a guy at the Waterhole ends in an ugly, homophobic confrontation - and Sheila's response to it makes her an internet sensation.
WHEN Terese sees Brad and Lauren having yet another private conversation during an evening at the Waterhole, she publicly accuses Lauren of trying to steal her husband.
The Wildlife Safari in Winston plans a grand opening for its new Elephant Waterhole Friday through Sunday.
Like a figure in a carefully staged painting, a wildebeest leaps high into the air as its stampeding herd churns up a muddy Kenyan waterhole.
Sydney: Police and rangers were on Monday hunting a crocodile that snatched a 12-year-old boy from a northern Australian waterhole, with shoot-to-kill orders for any creature longer than two metres and fresh calls for a cull.
The most sublime aspect of the stylish lodge is its spectacular location atop a natural plateau overlooking a mirror-like waterhole, just four kilometres from the majestic Victoria Falls.
The next morning we hiked to a remote waterhole, and it was especially active.
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.