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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 water allocation is still below the normal 46 cu.m because NWRB wants Angat Dam to reach a water level of more than 210 meters by yearend to ensure that we have enough supply in the summer of 2020,'
Study of the global Water Level Alarms market also includes analysis of participants operating in the value chain.
Roads have been destructed and even boats cannot be used for transportation due to the high current and rising water levels.
The irrigation department officials had said that the water level at the dam's reservoir has reached to 298 feet, 20 feet above the level measured before the rain.
The water levels are expected to rise from 10pm tomorrow based on the weather forecast by the Meteorological Department, of continuous rain in the state until Wednesday.
Official sources said that water level near Ferozepur post headworks level was recorded at 12 feet which was in normal range.
He said the recent increase in water level is sufficient till next monsoon.
Indus River System Authority (Irsa) spokesperson Muhammad Khalid Rana told The Express Tribune that the recent rains have helped in improving the water level in Tarbela dam, which had reached historical low levels several times earlier this year.
Thiruvananthapuram: Continuing heavy downpours in Kerala have taken the water level in the Idukki dam close to 729.9 metres, prompting authorities to consider opening the dam's shutters.
The Northern Region Water Resources Office said that it hopes that the rainy season will bring enough rainfall in the catchment area to raise the water level soon.
MIRPUR -- a Water level in the country's biggest Mangla dam's reservoir has receded to greater extent.
The water level in the Ndakaini Dam has risen to 46 per cent, giving hope to many city residents who have had to contend with rationing.