quarry water

quarry water

[′kwär·ē ‚wȯd·ər]
(engineering)
Subsurface water retained in freshly quarried rock. Also known as quarry sap.
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"Quarry water is normally far colder than river or sea water, and can send your body into shock or leave you too exhausted to swim within minutes of jumping in.
"On August 21, the Waliv cops were informed about a dead body floating in the quarry water located at Janki Pada in Nallasopara East.
Shane Horton, plant manager for Midsouth Aggregates' Alexander City, Ala., quarry operation needed to replace a submersible pump that pumped quarry water to a stone washing tower.
"The difficulty with any quarry water is that it's extremely deep and extremely cold and usually with very steep sides."
The plan is for the quarry water, which Groesbeck began pumping on Wednesday, to flow three miles down nearly dry riverbeds to Fort Parker Lake, which is also dry and near the water treatment plant.
Quarry water, no matter how inviting, is icy cold and deep with unexpected currents and obstacles hidden beneath the water.
At present, their Marden Quarry water at Whitley Bay is seeing roach falling to waggler and maggot, while a fine 20lb 2oz mirror carp was caught a few weeks ago.
To determine the persistence of T gallinae in various communal water sources, we inoculated 1 X [10.sup.6] trichomonads into 500-mL samples of distilled water, quarry water, birdbath water, and rainbarrel water in 2 replicates.
the 15-year-old was pulled from the water by an unnamed fisherman before being attended to by West Midlands Ambulance Service, whose spokesman Rob Marsh said: "When the ambulance crew arrived, the boy coughed up one and a half litres of quarry water.