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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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Relational Finance is part of First Water's commitment to finance thought leadership for SMBs.
"We hope to break ground by 2020's dry season so we can deliver first water by 2021.
A bag of Urea per acre should be applied with the first water. In case of sandy soil, Nitrogenous fertilizers be applied after the first water application when the soil is wet.
He said: "This will be the first water to be produced from the island as far as I am aware.
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're also highlighting the first water company to meet the campaign's standards, South East Water, and the first Whitehall department - the Dept for Energy and Climate Change.
First water flows from new reservoir THE FIRST WATER was flowing from Scaling Dam although the dam would not be fully operational until later in the year.
2 Time for a drink Indoor cactii need their first water after the winter break.
A Russian team penetrated Lake Vostok in February 2012 and is now working to retrieve the first water samples from the lake.
@WorldCh_Safety:This year''s first Water Safety course was delivered in North Wales over the weekend...
According to Dream Products, Dream Water is the first water that helps consumers relax and fall asleep through a proprietary formula that includes gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA), melatonin and 5-HTP tryptophan.
SHE was Good Hope Hospital's very first water baby.