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deep water

[′dēp ′wȯd·ər]
(oceanography)
An ocean area where depth of the water layer is greater than one-half the wave length.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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I'm willing to suspend my disbelief, but so far Deep Water has asked me to hang it by the neck, till it be dead.
"Using temperature and salinity data gathered by six cruises from along the central axis of the Red Sea and an ocean circulation simulator, we have been able to gain further insight into the circulation of the Red Sea's deep waters," said Dr.
The new exploration wells to be drilled in the deep waters in high temperatures and under high pressures will contribute to providing reserves of 351bn cubic feet of natural gas, in addition to 3.4m barrels of condensates in light of the promising potentials of these wells.
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The new measures include offering more deep water seismic data at what a source close to the process says will be competitively priced, but industry analysts are far from convinced that the steps can overcome the larger market's downward slide.
and Abdul Haseeb were taking pictures while standing at the edge of river Swat near Bahrain when suddenly they were slipped into deep water. The people standing nearby have recovered one Jawad Aslam while search is continued for the body of Abdul Haseeb drowned in the deep water.
This is an economic solution to the problem of installing turbines in deep waters, and could be a revenue earner for the UK if applied worldwide.
The Minister also appreciated the Chairman KPT for upgrading port facilities according to environment, health and safety (EHS) standards which will surely pave way for huge throughput of container freight at the deep water container port when its first phase becomes operational this year.
Under the bridge on Bishopton Lane in Stockton, deep water was causing confusion on the roads.
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At a news conference, merchant navy Director General Youssef Ben Romdhane affirmed that this deep water port is part of an approach aimed to connect Tunisia with the main lines of sea transport, which will allow for easing the transport of Tunisian goods on direct sea links without any transfer through foreign ports.
15 April 2013 a[euro]" Swiss speciality chemicals company Clariant AG (VTX:CLN) said today it had inked a deal to acquire some of US-based Ecolab Inca[euro](tm)s (NYSE:ECL) deep water Gulf of Mexico activities for an undisclosed sum.