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waterlogged

(of a vessel still afloat) having taken in so much water as to be unmanageable
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" The state government has failed to tackle the problem of waterlogging, which has not only aggravated the woes of the people but also exposes the city to the risk of epidemics," the BJP MP said after taking a tour of Rajendra Nagar, Saidpur, Lohanipur and Kankarbagh, areas that remain waterlogged after a spate of heavy rainfall.
We had another 10 millimetres of rain and that falling on already saturated ground has left us waterlogged in places.
Clerk of the course Andrew Tulloch said last night: "We are waterlogged in places at the moment, so we are not raceable.
The going is now described as soft, waterlogged in places.
The course has waterlogged, false ground and as a result of that, we've been forced to abandon."
Parts of the hurdles course are currently waterlogged and clerk of the course Jimmy Stevenson is anxious to see some improvement.
Division Two: Ashton Town v Daisy Hill postponed, waterlogged' Blackpool Mechanics 1 Ashton Athletic 0' Castleton Gabriels 1 Runcorn Linnets 3' Chadderton 1 Padiham 0' Cheadle Town 1 Leek CSOB 2' Darwen v Oldham Town postponed, waterlogged' Eccleshall 3 Holker Old Boys 1' Norton United v New Mills abandoned, floodlight failure 65 mins)' Winsford v Bootle postponed, waterlogged.
"Parts of the course are waterlogged and that's enough for racing to be abandoned."
Put cloches over alpines before they become waterlogged.
We used a split plot design with water treatment (waterlogged or irrigated control) as the whole plot and NIL set as the sub plot.
The Milan Subway of Santa Cruz was also waterlogged after the heavy downpour which continued the early hours of Sunday.
Officials confident Monday Carlisle Waterlogged in places.