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blackwater

(blăk′wô′tər, -wăt′ər)
n.
Wastewater containing bodily or other biological wastes, as from toilets, dishwashers, or kitchen drains, and kept separate from graywater in wastewater recycling systems.
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In a program launched by Blackwater founder Erik Prince and now run by the Emirati military, the force of 450 Latin American troops - mostly made up of Colombian fighters, but also including Chileans, Panamanians and Salvadorans - adds a new and surprising element to the already chaotic mix of forces from foreign governments, armed tribes, terrorist networks and Yemeni militias that are currently embroiled in the Middle Eastern nation, Fox News reported.
Blackwater guards "saw themselves as above the law," Richter wrote.
Johnson since spent his time expanding the Blackwater Novels adventures with two more novels The Dead House and A Nest of Snakes that will be released later in 2014.
As the blackwater finds its way to the Gult, trout, pompano, and mackerel can be caught on the points and islands near the outside.
Meanwhile, the Blackwater successor officially admitted illegal arms deliveries to Iraq, Afghanistan and Sudan.
However, it seems as though it is attempting to wash away almost every old Blackwater connection.
CEO, John De Stefani commented 'the new gas reserves at Blackwater follow on from our previous announcement regarding the recognition of the initial reserves at Norwich Park and are a further step towards achieving our goal from the current funded work programs of 1,250PJ 2P and 6,200PJ 3P reserves.
The first lateral (horizontal) pilot well in Blackwater CSG Field has commenced drilling initially into an eight metre coal seam target in the Rangal coal measures.
But MNA Bashir Virk was of the view that Blackwater might be working under the proxy name Xe Worldwide or any other, but its activities in Pakistan could not be denied.
com reports that while neither Xe nor Blackwater appear on the list of eight firms hired for the Worldwide Protective Services contract (a group of contracts combined into one), one of the company's fronts, International Development Solutions LLC (IDS) is on the list.
defense contractor Blackwater Worldwide is negotiating with federal authorities on a settlement regarding violations of Sudan sanctions that took place since 2005, McClatchy Newspapers said in an investigative report.