mineral spring


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mineral spring

[′min·rəl ¦spriŋ]
(hydrology)
A spring whose water has a definite taste due to a high mineral content.
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It is drawn from local water sources, has an aggressively low price, and is marketed specifically 'to meet the needs of people who have daily difficulty in access to quality water.'" One Pure Life bottling plant was established on a popular and ecologically sensitive mineral spring, prompting fierce opposition.
In those days immediately near what is now the Mineral Springs Restaurant there was a free-flowing mineral spring.
Creative Packaging's 28 mm Universal Tamper Evident closure was recently selected by Eden Mineral Spring Water, Israel, for three major product lines.
A nearby gully suggests ample water, as does rumor of a mineral spring at the tree's base.
The researchers measured chlorine ion concentrations in a mineral spring near the Yamasaki fault in southwest Japan almost every day for seven years.
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Known for its mineral spring waters with healing properties, Borjomi is a perfect place to spend vacations in mountains and enjoy green environment.
Its name means "water that does not freeze" and derives from the fact that there is a mineral spring.
It traces the history of the building from the discovery of a mineral spring in Leamington by Benjamin Satchwell and William Abbotts in 1786, right up until 1997 when the NHS physiotherapy therapy unit based in the building finally closed down.
Daraa, Southern Syria, (SANA)- The natural hot mineral spring resort of Nabe al-Hayat (Fountain of Life), located in Jbab Village in Daraa, southern Syria, has been acquiring an increasing fame for the various therapeutic services it offers.