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water back

A system of pipes or a reservoir of water at the back of a fireplace, or the like, to utilize its heat in providing a supply of hot water.
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Debate about putting water back into the Murray-Darling and protecting jobs and regional communities intensified.
A tidal wave of over two metres flooded parts of Jakarta overnight as the city government and citizens raced to hold the water back with emergency embankments, a government official said.
We have taken out the first, which was more of a problem and left in the last fence but added the water back in to compensate.
We recognise that these events have been unprecedented and admire everyone's resilience and patience while we have worked to get the water back on.
Or extra water could be pumped to nearby Sun Valley Park, where there is an underground system that infiltrates water back into the aquifer for reuse.
Fosse's classic movements--arms that were placed behind our backs and waved as if they were pushing water back and forth.
As a result, the animal can reabsorb greater amounts of water and put that water back into its bloodstream, Petryszyn explains.
In a pure water system, if the leaving water temperature drops below the setpoint, the controller halts the pumps circulating to the outdoor heat exchanger and the EcoDry automatically drains its water back to an indoor reservoir.
As water climbs their trunks, driven by sunlight and evaporation from the new spring leaves, a process that puts water back into the air to create clouds, the maples emerge from their winter slumber.
If your plant normally needs water twice a week, gradually cut its water back to once a week.
The grand plan to change all this, commonly known as the Coast 2050 plan, would use massive pipelines and pumps and surgically designed canals to guide a portion of the river's sediment-thick water back toward the coastal buffer zone without destroying existing infrastructure or communities.