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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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EyesApply Aqua Black to the upper eyelid and spread it out to the temples in a clear line for a perfect Smoky Eye.
2 -- color) Elaine Goodman flexes and releases her ``noodle'' at an aqua aerobics class.
More information on the Aqua Connect Load Balancer is available on Aqua Connect's products page.
With Aqua Connect Terminal Server organizations can reduce energy consumption while increasing security and decreasing deployment costs.
For the latest IVA labs featuring Aqua Connect products, visit Aqua Connect's IVA site.
Karl Kyriss, regional president of Aqua America's Mid-Atlantic operation, has been promoted to recognize the expansion of his responsibilities beyond Pennsylvania to include New Jersey and New York.
Play allows families to connect, communicate, and learn, and the Waterway Play exhibit gives Aqua an ideal opportunity to help young children become familiar with the world we live in and learn about water safety and conservation in a fun, interactive environment.
Firlotte said, "We are pleased with this development, because Aqua America is a quality company and a well-established and well-respected leader in the drinking water industry.
Gay said, "I am excited about the prospects for Aqua, and the opportunity to work again with Kevin following our earlier collaboration at Bloomberg TradeBook.
We are very pleased to have Melissa join our team," said Aqua America Vice President, Public Affairs and Customer Operations Christopher Franklin.
This transaction expands our operations in a fast-growing area of another high-growth southern state," said Aqua America Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Nicholas DeBenedictis.
Including the closing of New York Water Service, Aqua America recorded a total of 28 acquisitions of water and wastewater systems and septage hauling/wastewater services companies in 2006.