water line


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water line

a line marked at the level around a vessel's hull to which the vessel will be immersed when afloat
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The funding will also be used to upgrade about 10,000 feet of existing water lines. The remainder of the grant will be used in the community of Deep Water to upgrade about 9,000 feet of existing water lines, while also providing additional fire protection measures to the water system to help improve safety and reliability.
Spartanburg Water System, water line upgrades, $500,000
Greenwood Commission of Public Works, $500,000 for water line upgrades
The Sharjah Electricity and Water Authority (Sewa) is doing a major overhaul of its water lines and projects, and implementing several new ones, in order to streamline water supply in the emirate and make it much more efficient than the current operational standards.
Rawalpindi is about to get new water lines. Called third phase of a project, the city will get new water lines beginning Financial Year 2016-17.
Water line biolm and the dental treatment facility: a review.
About 400 residents in a condominium complex to the southwest of the site got access to a new water line in 1983.
Since the Water Authority has not signed off on the Dyster water line work it appears that the repair/tampering could absolve the Water Authority of any future responsibility and maintenance of the lines for the future ...
If the head is located at the low spot of a watering zone, chances are the hole will fill with water, and mud will get into the water line. Suck the mud out with your shop vacuum.
Aref Daraghmeh, head of the municipal council of Al-Maleh, told WAFA an Israeli army force accompanied by heavy machinery broke into the area and destroyed a water line connecting between the villages of Atoof and Yerza.
Prior to the tunnel construction (which requires dredging technique to install precast tunnel sections), the existing raw water line needed to be relocated.