water fast

water fast

A strict elimination fast in which the dieter ingests only water.
References in classic literature ?
That patch we put on the cylinder head's blown out, sir," he reported, "and she's makin' water fast for'ard on the port bow.
Watching the transition to turbulent flow might also give rise to the idea that there is an energy cost associated with pumping water fast enough to achieve turbulence.
Boil water fast (3-5 minutes) with only a handful of sticks.
His solution was a water fast at a detox retreat in Thailand, suggested by his yoga teacher.
45pm on Sunday to say their boat had a hole in it and was taking on water fast.
If you want to get your bait down to the deep water fast, fish fluorocarbon.
His trademark diva behaviour was never far away - berating a stage hand for not cleaning up water fast enough then not doing it to his liking.
That's why Graves was instructing his players not to cheat a basic drill during a practice this week, why he was harping on them to communicate better and why he scolded the Ducks for not getting a drink of water fast enough between drills.
Compared to standard chemical treatments that can take up to four hours, that's safe water fast without adding chemicals that can leave an unpleasant aftertaste.
Matthews Marking Systems announced the release of pigmented, water fast, water-based ink for its drop-on-demand (DOD) print technology.
Swim Jigs: Unlike traditional jigging, swim jigs operate on a horizontal plane, covering water fast as they skirt by vegetation and cover objects.
During heavy rains two summers ago, house basements two blocks away flooded because the storm sewers couldn't remove the water fast enough.