WATER


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AcronymDefinition
WATERWomen's Alliance for Theology, Ethics and Ritual
WATERWatershed Analysis Tool for Environmental Review
WATERWichita Area Treatment, Education and Remediation (water treatment; Kansas)
WATERWater Technology and Environmental Research
WATERWonderful and Total Extinguishing Resource
WATERWater Across Time our Environmental Responsibility (Canada)
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Thank the Lord, we have left the deep waters (honduras)' that being the Spanish word for unfathomable depths.
The water rose in the cellar, above the barrels, the powder-barrels--"Barrels!
Nor does this water in fact differ from that of other seas.
JEREMY took a reed pole, and pushed the boat out into open water.
Let us admit that the pressure of the atmosphere is represented by the weight of a column of water thirty-two feet high.
I faced about again, and rushed towards the approaching Martian, rushed right down the gravelly beach and headlong into the water.
The curiosity of the captain was aroused, to behold the mode of operating of this far-famed architect; he moved forward, therefore, with the utmost caution, parting the branches of the water willows without making any noise, until having attained a position commanding a view of the whole pond, he stretched himself flat on the ground, and watched the solitary workman.
The water tasted like a solution of a dozen disagreeable things, and was sufficiently nauseous to have made the fortune of the proprietor, had the spa been situated in the midst of any civilized community.
Marmaduke, with his daughter, her friend, and young Edwards, continued on the high grassy banks at the outlet of the placid sheet of water, watching the dark object that was moving across the lake, until it entered the shade of the western hills, and was lost to the eye.
This is furnished by numerous salt springs of limpid water, which are continually welling up, overflowing their borders, and forming beautiful crystallizations.
But Adam did not need it, Nor the plough he would not speed it, Singing:--"Earth and Water, Air and Fire, What more can mortal man desire?
There was no additional strangulation; the noose about his neck was already suffocating him and kept the water from his lungs.