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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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Bryony Thoma (left), founder of Watertight Marketing, with newly |appointed accredited consultant Laura Pegg
The range features two new industry exclusive products, an FD Box System for creating custom power distribution centres and a true industrial grade watertight toggle switch cover, along with a new comprehensive line of single and duplex inlets and outlets with covers.
The latter makes the seal air and watertight, and highly resistant to aging under compression, delaying its resumption of initial size following the interruption of compression, a statement said.
For centuries, those countermeasures primarily have taken the form of bulkheads used to create watertight compartments.
In the case of the Cardiff Bay Barrage, which is part of the plan to make the estuary watertight, the House of Lords Committee, in 1989, decreed that the Cardiff Bay Development Corporation must insure Cardiff against damage to property caused by raised groundwater levels - an area seven times greater than the five square miles to be given up to water storage.
One involves more cost-effective production of watertight VE foam padding with a spray-on elastic skin for gardening and camping.
Seaboard takes great care in creating a watertight and sound facade for the future while respecting the history of every stone being repaired.
Corrugated HDPE pipe is available with soil-, silt-, and watertight joining systems.
Composed of four layers, the underlay is breathable, watertight and impermeable to urine and blood.
A teeny knock pings from the outside of the officer's watertight steel door.
But while grounds and their temples have largely been restored by the National Trust, the great palace itself, though watertight, was slowly being eroded by time and schoolboys.
The container can be opened and closed without tools and remains watertight even after reclosure.