lose water

lose water

[′lüz ′wȯd·ər]
(petroleum engineering)
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Boots nutritionist Vicky Pennington recommends drinking eight glasses of water a day and cutting down on alcohol and caffeine which make the body lose water.
All plants lose water through tiny pores in their leaves, pores that are also avenues through which oxygen enters and carbon dioxide exits for photosynthesis.
You'll lose water throughout the day just being in the office, and Gowin notes that the longest we go without fluid intake is the six to eight hours we're sleeping aACAo meaning we're dried out by the time we wake up.
Kraszynska, "our bodies gradually lose water retention capabilities with age.
YOUR report 'Homes lose water after mains burst' was somewhat faulty as any search of the Severn-Trent website would have shown.
We also lose water when we go to the bathroom, when we sweat, and when our eyes make tears.
Al Mulla also stressed that these areas will not completely lose water supply, and highlighted that the works are necessary to ensure the functioning of the units.
A burst pipe along Smorrall Lane in the early hours caused a number of nearby homes to lose water supplies and led to hazardous road conditions.
If you do lose water pressure for a short period of time, you still have a reserve in the bucket for the chickens to drink.
If the Court of Arbitration assesses that the N-J project lags behind the Kishenganga project, Pakistan will not only lose water priority rights but also the legal battle with India.
Since a pool containing nuclear fuel that had been taken out of the reactor cannot be cooled, water is evaporating and causing a pit connected to it to also lose water with equipment including a shroud to adjust the flow of coolant water and steam dryer inside.
As we sleep, our bodies lose water and we wake up dehydrated," said trade marketing manager Andrea Cahill.