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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 Union Cabinet chaired by the Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has given its approval to carry out official amendments in "The National Waterways Bill, 2015".
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 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.
To bring further economic prosperity to the region, the IWAI is developing 11 terminals along the National Waterway No.
Now they are on the lookout for committed professionals who can help the waterways realise their full economic potential.
Next time you're visiting your local waterway - and more than half the population lives within five miles of one - we want you to tell us what creatures you see.
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.
The 200 year old inland waterway network is a national heritage asset and its associated buildings and structures add great character to the landscapes the waterways traverse.
He also suggested expanding the nearby Rancho Simi Community Park to reach out into the arroyo and said the old hospital property across the arroyo at Erringer Road could be developed commercially to face the waterway.
If the mill is not directly on the waterway, the scrap gets to the mill by truck or rail.
As an example, the Strait of Malacca, the world's busiest waterway, provides passage to more than one-third of the global trade.