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first water

[′fərst ′wȯd·ər]
(lapidary)
The highest quality or the purest luster of a gemstone, such as that of a diamond which is flawless, perfectly clear and transparent, and colorless or almost blue-white.
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In case of sandy soil, Nitrogenous fertilizers be applied after the first water application when the soil is wet.
2 March 2015 - UK-based bonding materials and solutions supplier Scapa Group plc has acquired 100% of the issued share capital of UK-based wound dressings and skin adhesives manufacturer First Water Ltd.
We are honored to be selected by OSC, the first water glass producer in Asia to adopt the oxy-fuel combustion system, said Saw Choon Seong, vice president and general manager, Merchant Gases - Asia at Air Products.
In preparing for the first tournament game, we incorporate the fundamental free throw and the first water break, review the rest of the fundamentals on free throw shooting, and then continue with game situations incorporating the free throw.
First Water, which specialises in making gel-like pads that stick to the body for use in hospitals to monitor patients' heart rate, has grown to a staff of more than 50.
First Water moved from the science park to Heathcote Industrial Estate, Warwick, and is also about to open a pounds 5million technical and manufacturing centre in Wiltshire.
A spokesman of the Punjab Agriculture department said on Tuesday, that in order to obtain good yield of canola, farmers must apply half quantity of urea fertilizer when the crop will be given first water and rest of it at the blossom of flower.
M2 EQUITYBITES-May 8, 2013-Ambu buys UK's First Water Heathcote for up to USD2.
Sutton and East Surrey Water is the first water company this summer to implement a drought order.