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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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However, most of the experimental work done in this area has examined the effects of food or water deprivation on the acquisition of escape or avoidance behavior in the absence of any prior exposure to aversive events.
Effect of water deprivation and heat exposure on body weight loss and drinking capacity in four breeds of fowl (Gallus Domesticus).
The effects of chronic water deprivation on metabolic rate and long-trace taste-aversion conditioning in rats.
Comparative reproductive and physiological responses of Northern Bobwhite and Scaled Quail to water deprivation.
No photographs, fingerprints or forensic tests were made, there were no investigations in Spain or the UK, just the word of the arresting officer and a statement in a foreign language signed after three days of sleep, food and water deprivation.
Alternatively, certain camellias may be more sensitive than others to water deprivation or excess, so you may want to make sure that your soil is evenly moist throughout the year.
On page 2, it is stated that "appropriate laboratory back-up is essential, particularly for tests involving fasting, induction of hypoglycemia or water deprivation.
Reduced thirst after water deprivation in healthy elderly men.
For example, food or water deprivation can lead to antisocial behavior or maladaptive responses.
For all its impressive growth, China must grapple with serious water deprivation, especially in the northern part of China.
UC Davis research on water deprivation indicated that it could be three years before we see almond orchards recover," he said.