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soaker

On a slate or tile roof, a piece of metal sheeting used to make a weathertight joint at the intersection between the roof and a vertical wall penetrating the roof or at a hip or valley.
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To achieve deep watering from soaker hoses or drip systems, let the water run for several hours, turn off the water for an hour or so to allow the moisture to penetrate, and then water some more.
According to Thierry Fournier, managing director of G-P France, the company has pioneered the use of its "Dritex" air laid material with SAP for meat soaker tray applications in Europe.
The NERF SUPER SOAKER SHOT BLAST water blaster can drench opponents from up to 25 feet away.
To supply water to plants outside your drip lines or soaker hose network, punch a few small holes into the sides of plastic milk jugs or kitty-litter jugs an inch from the bottom, fill them with water, and let them drip their moisture into the root zones of thirsty plants.
A year later, Super Soaker was the most popular water gun in American retail history, with presales of $100,000.
patent relating to its NERF SUPER SOAKER water product patent.
Also new to the Super Soaker line is Max Infusion, an interchangeable, on-the-go water capacity system.
for patent infringement in connection with its NERF and SUPER SOAKER brands.
Already well known for its ability to achieve incredible soakage at maximum distances, the Super Soaker brand by Hasbro, Pawtucket, R.
The program ends with facts on the theme, ranging from Ralph Bunche's Nobel Peace Prize to the inventor of the popular Super Soaker water gun.
Imagine it's easy to care for, too, with soaker hoses taking care of watering a couple of times a week during the growing season, and only an occasional need for feeding.
The NERF SUPER SOAKER brand, an icon of summer from Hasbro, Inc.