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river, c.100 mi (161 km) long, rising in Co. Kerry, SW Republic of Ireland. It flows east through the dairy region of Co. Cork and Co. Waterford before turning abruptly south and entering the Atlantic Ocean at Youghal Bay. Salmon and trout are caught in the river.
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Nonindustrial wastewater containing significant food residues, high concentrations of toxic chemicals from household cleaners, and/or toilet flush water. Wastewater from toilets and urinals is always considered blackwater; wastewater from kitchen sinks, showers, or bathtubs may be considered blackwater by state or local codes. After neutralization, blackwater is typically used for nonpotable purposes, such as flushing or irrigation.
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Any disease that is characterized by dark-colored urine.
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In this context ,it is important to examine the reactions of different Afghan officials and political segments over the so called intervention of Black water. Recently, the members of Afghan Senate opposed the handing over of the Afghan war to the notorious US private security company , saying that the war privatization would not be a resolve for Afghan problems, but would create more problems and new crisis.
I have learned a few things since then, mostly the "black water" stuff.
The black water has lapped the doorway of our home but it has not entered.
According to sources on the ground, several black water contractors including Colombian, Australian, and Venezuelan nationals, were among the casualties of the clashes that broke out in rugged al-umri region in Yemen's strategic province of Taiz.
Formally known as black water, the river's slow moving current doesn't sweep away its earthy riverbed, and the waters are stained the color of strong tea by the tannins of decaying plant matter.
Amongst the 17 songs performed are Jesus Is Just Alright, Don't Start Me Talking, Rocking Down The Highway, Take Me In Your Arms, Little Bitty Pretty One, Black Water, Long Train Running, China Grove and Listen To The Music.
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"One issue is the recycling of grey and black water and reusing storm water, it is one of the fundamentals of saving water, aside from using a lot of water saving devices in the building," the infrastructure manager at Aldar Properties said.
He also investigates what white-faced darter dragonflies, black water voles and brown trout can reveal about the changing nature of waterways.
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Songs like Cotton Strands and Black Water transported the crowd back in time to the height of the psychedelic, experimental mid-60s.
This higher quality inner surface improves the black water flow.