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saltwater

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salt-water

(sôlt′wô′tər, -wŏt′ər)
adj.
1. Relating to, consisting of, or containing salt water: a saltwater solution.
2. Inhabiting or occurring in seawater or salt water: saltwater mussels.
3. Done or used in salt water: saltwater fishing.
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What we were actually told from the phone calls that were made was that drinking salt water is a very old-fashioned method of making yourself sick,' said a spokesperson.
And when a storm-tide or south wind-tide blows salt water in, it gets farther into the basin than it would naturally.
When salt water flows up the river, it seeps into their aquifers and contaminates the wells.
I tried to prevent the sores by rubbing in cream and washing with baby wipes instead of salt water taken from the sea in a rusty bucket.
For a visual animation of the Class II Salt Water Disposal well development and completion technique that is being utilized in GreenHunter Water's Appalachia SWD program, navigate to the video by clicking on "Salt Water Disposal Animation" button on the Operations tab at GreenHunterEnergy.
Pound, Retail Paying for Salt Water Pork shoulder (9.
Following Thursday's purchase, Basic now owns 72 salt water disposal facilities in Texas, Oklahoma, North Dakota, New Mexico and Louisiana.
Similar vessels are still used today in various parts of the world to boil salt water and to make salt cakes.
When you dissolve salt in the water, salt water is heavier for its size than the egg, so the egg floats.
In a few minutes Hastings, a former guide who has originated a number of fly patterns for local salt water, hooked up.
Pahalad has written a report suggesting that rising sea levels from global warming are also leading to increased salt water intrusion into water tables.
The salt water pavilion (designed by Kas Oosterhuis) is a brooding mass, like a deformed hull, while NOX's freshwater pavilion is a sleek, silvery structure that contorts energetically among the dunes.