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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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The KCF Condensate Filters are designed to filter out oil and other contaminants, making water safe for disposal.
It will leave just 65 employees based in North Wales, making water pumps for customers such as Opel, Jaguar and Nissan.
PLANS by John Prescott's department to build a million new homes risk making water shortages worse, it was claimed yesterday.
She said: "Our programme, although incredibly gentle, aims to give babies a fighting chance by making water familiar and teaching vital life saving skills, like unaided back floating."
Italy's Riccardo Petrella, a Professor at the University of Lugano called for the resource to be excluded from World Trade Organisation (WTO) negotiations on the liberalisation of services, and on the Word Bank to cease making water privatisation a condition for the granting of loans.
'There is undoubtedly a cheaper way of making water available, such as using a filtered system with tap water.'