Local TV channel MTV spoke to employees who were seen removing ceiling tiles, releasing retained water
. Employees told MTV the flooding took place during the holiday.
by Times News Service The level of retained water
behind Wadi Dhaiqah Dam in Al Mazaraa village in the Wilayat of Quriyat hit 96.8 per cent or 96.8 million cubic metres yesterday.
Quriyat, Mar 13 (ONA) The level of retained water
behind Wadi Dhaiqah Dam in Al Mazaraa village in the Wilayat of Quriyat hit 96.8% today or 96.8 million cubic meters with only 3.2million left to reach the overflow level.
This HAD to be retained water
that salt kept trapped in my tissues and Gerson, obviously, helped to flush!
Some housing complexes in the Ciputat district near the dam, which retained water
from Lake Situ Gintung, were flooded, submerging hundreds of houses and forcing hundreds of residents to take refugee on higher ground nearby, witnesses said.
The article should have stated that AVP antagonists decrease water permeability of renal collecting tubules, thereby promoting excretion of retained water
and normalizing hypo-osmolar hyponatremia.
It looks like it's low only because it has been diluted by excessive amounts of retained water
. Congestive heart failure is an instance where sodium is reported as low but it is falsely low.
It has not retained water
to the previous level and we've counter-acted this by increasing the level of watering."
Dehaussy attributed Renault's decision to the high water separation performance of the prefilter, its resistance to corrosion, the specific retained water
drain valve system that avoids the risk of spills during draining, and the tools-free ease of servicing the unit.
The Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) will delay the effective date of the final rule on retained water
in raw meat and poultry products until January 9, 2003.
Two popular techniques were to use "early close" flush-valve flappers that shut quickly, or to install a "toilet dam" that retained water
in the tank and reduced the amount of water flushed.