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The combination of digital technology, live acrobatic and circus performances and the grand water fountain display is bound to romance the senses, as it were, of its audience.
com is an online store offering an array of both indoor and outdoor water fountains and accessories.
Editor's Note Jamie Linton has a more in-depth discussion on the social facets of public beaches and water fountains in our Water podcast.
You can change the look and sound of the water fountain by tinkering with the water flow rate and the shape, size and arrangement of your stones.
Cabinet member for regeneration Clr Ken Sims said: "Flames and Fountains promises to be a night to remember, I for one am looking forward to seeing the town hall transformed into a huge water fountain - what a sight.
For an English assignment, Katherman tested the bacteria content at four North Bend Middle School water fountains and one toilet to challenge a four-year-old policy that banned students from bringing bottled water into class (some were sneaking in alcohol that way).
Perhaps the show's most perceptive framing of this Mobius strip of mind and object lies in the three-tier water fountain that forms the central element of Klaus Weber's proposed Public Fountain LSD Hall, 2003.
D27244_8 HERE WE GO: Friends Harry Moy, aged 10, and Lauren Gyr, nine, on the inflatable slide (above) and (below) Charlie Fowler, aged nine, has a go D27244_4 D27244_9 FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH: Kirsty Robinson, aged six, lets it all wash over her in the water fountain (above, left) and (left) brother and sister Liam Riman, aged 10, and Darcy Riman, eight, on the inflatable activity bridge.
It's also called bag, water, sterilizing and is the field version of a water fountain.
The Water Fountain at Arklow's Main Street Park has become a disgusting eyesore according to locals.