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conventional foot of water

A non-SI (International System) unit of pressure equal to 304.8 mmHg or 2.99 kPa.
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There's half a foot of water, even, across the village street now.
As soon as I found water enough - for my raft drew about a foot of water - I thrust her upon that flat piece of ground, and there fastened or moored her, by sticking my two broken oars into the ground, one on one side near one end, and one on the other side near the other end; and thus I lay till the water ebbed away, and left my raft and all my cargo safe on shore.
Contract notice: Design, manufacture and installation of a piping system by-pass valves foot of water management val beneyte.
It is study, build and install a new piping system by-pass valves foot of water management Val Beneyte.
PALMDALE - Three 35-foot-tall waterslides, a 925-foot-long ``river,'' nearly 2,000 innertubes and rafts, and a playground standing in a foot of water go to work this weekend keeping Palmdale residents cool.
The Little Miners Camp, for youngsters under age 12, has a rope bridge, slides and stairs standing in a foot of water and continually doused by fountains.
Terms of the acquisition, among other things, include a base price of $2,500 per acre foot of water payable in payments contingent on meeting specific milestones and events over a 10 year period.
A neighboring 9-acre boating and fishing lake has about a foot of water now as the U.