water tap


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faucet, bibcock, water tap

faucet
A water outlet valve; also called a cock.

water tap

A water outlet valve; a faucet.
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They crowded around the water tap -- cleaning, eating, and washing up.
Jakob Johannsen, Managing Director, Quooker UAE, said, "We are proud to bring the Golden One limited edition filtered boiling water tap to our customers in UAE.
Summary: The Dubai Police arrested a gang of four men who allegedly stole water taps of the Dubai Municipality.
Most of the water taps are either missing or broken at almost all platforms of the station and the situation causes ample problems, especially for minors, women and elderly people.
com, 01274 475 179 The only thing you will need to bear in mind is that a filtered water tap will need to be changed every six months but the results are definitely worth it.
I see, on several, occasions, the cleaner in my workplace, washing glasses and the other items, leaving the water tap opening continuously.
The trickster asked her if he could go into the house to run the cold water tap to check for contamination.
Water coming from the cold water tap can be pretty chilly during the winter (or year-round if you have a well).
A dripping hot water tap wastes energy and in one week wastes enough hot water to fill half a bath, so fix leaking taps and make sure they're fully turned off.
The 10kW induction power supply does not require a lot of power, which would not have been available in our office building any way, and a connection to a single water tap is enough for cooling.
Just one minute in a strainer under the cold water tap can wash away a quarter to a third of the sodium.
The articles do deal with the political state of Israel which after defeating Arab armies in 1967, decided to incorporate the West Bank and Gaza into the Israeli security system, while treating the two million inhabitants whose families had lived there for generations as disposable peons or serfs, to be surrounded by barbed wire, machine guns and tanks, to be treated without rights, whose houses could be demolished, their olive trees ripped out, their land confiscated for Jewish settlements (200 of them) and specially protected roads crisscrossing their land, to be humiliated at a multitude of checkpoints, with entry for work in Israel turned on and off like a water tap, and their economy, culture, education and trade kept to financial starvation levels.