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A sewer which carries sewage (liquid or waterborne waste from plumbing fixtures) and to which storm and surface water, street runoff, and groundwater are not admitted intentionally.
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By degrees there was established a kind of correspondence between the two houses, the big and the small, so that at most hours of the day one house could guess what was going on in the other, and the words "the villa" and "the hotel" called up the idea of two separate systems of life.
The CS directed for developing a separate system for recycling waste and proper awareness of the programme should be made for the general public.
For rugged environments, GMS designed Apex from the metal up to be not only ruggedly mil-ready, but to save money by consolidating many separate system boxes and functions into one server; and by making it easily upgradeable through modular subsystems that evolve as program, platform, and technology needs change.
For these rugged environments, GMS designed Apex from the metal up to be not only ruggedly mil-ready, but to save money by consolidating many separate system boxes and functions into one server; and by making it easily upgradeable through modular subsystems that evolve as program, platform and technology needs change.
Under the GSIS's proposal, it will manage only the pension of existing pensioners under a separate system, and will charge management fees once the system is generating income.
He said due to division of education system, schools across the country have separate system of education, putting the national unity at stake.
During the debate, Tory MSP Jackson Carlaw admitted Scotland needs "a significant increase" in the working age population but rejected calls for a separate system.

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