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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 art will portray the transformation of the waterway from a contaminated Superfund site to a place of recreation, fishing and commerce today.
In order to support this growing market and ensure the safety of the inland waterway fleet, ClassNK developed new Rules and Guidance for the Survey and Construction of Inland Waterway Ships to specify new requirements for the survey and construction of ships that navigate inland waterways, such as barges, tugs, and pushers.
In particular the plan looks at how waterways can contribute day-to-day life in the Midlands from attracting jobs and tourism, promoting healthy lifestyles, helping people develop skills and work experience through to encouraging people to feel good about where they live.
The Commission has even estimated that in 2020, thanks to the fast modernisation of the fleet of trucks in Europe, emissions per tonne per kilometre will be lower in road transport than in inland waterway transport.
The repairs are being carried out ahead of the launch of a new national waterways charity next April.
I hope that by opening up the repair works this winter, we can give people a chance to see the scale of the work we do to ensure that the waterways are preserved for today's users and future generations.
British Waterways (BW) is the guardian of 2,200 miles of historic canals, rivers and docks--one of the finest examples of industrial heritage in the world.
To bring further economic prosperity to the region, the IWAI is developing 11 terminals along the National Waterway No.
5 million people visit the waterways of Wales annually.
We are pleased to be working with British Waterways to help protect these precious insects.
Talks will focus on removing soil that has eroded into the Iraqi side of the waterway, dredging out sunken ships and removing land mines planted from the Iraq-Iran war, said Sami Al Askari.
With the advent of railways and motor vehicles, the canal trade inevitably declined and sections of waterway became un-used and eventually derelict, with some sections even being infilled.