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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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At press time, Blackwater had yet to name Stepheson's partner import in the Sept.
Blackwater led, 82-67, with 8:23 left before Rain or Shine threatened and pulled within seven, 88-81, after a layup by Gabe Norwood with still 1:49 remaining.
Allein Maliksi scored 20 points, while Mike Digregorio and Abu Tratter had 17 and 16 points, respectively, but their efforts were not enough to bail out Blackwater.
Parks signed a tender offer so that his rights remain with Blackwater. They are still discussing the details of his contract.
Handing the country over to Eric Prince and the successor to Blackwater, which was dissolved amid allegations of war crimes, risks a disaster of enormous proportions.
He said he was carrying mail to a police station when the Blackwater guards started to "fire randomly at unarmed civilians." At one point during the attack, he approached one of armored vehicles with which Blackwater barricaded the road and was shot in the head.
In 2010, following a (http://www.nytimes.com/2010/08/21/world/21blackwater.html) $42 million settlement with the State Department, Prince (https://dealbook.nytimes.com/2010/12/16/blackwater-founder-in-deal-to-sell-company/) sold Blackwater , which (https://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/checkpoint-washington/post/ex-blackwater-firm-gets-a-name-change-again/2011/12/12/gIQAXf4YpO_blog.html?utm_term=.0a6bd28d0204) changed its name in 2009 to Xe Services and then in 2011 to (https://www.academi.com/pages/about-us) Academi , its latest iteration.
Blackwater was averaging a point per game with HK Nitra, having earned 12 points (five goals, seven assists) in his first dozen appearances.
Blackwater had a controversial role in the Middle East, with their operations in Iraq occasionally making headlines for the wrong reasons.
embassy officials in Baghdad sided with Blackwater and the State Department investigators were ordered to leave, The Times said.
In the book, Scahill contends that Blackwater exists as a mercenary force, and argues that Blackwater's rise is a consequence of the demobilisation of the US military following the Cold War and its overextension in Iraq and Afghanistan.
"However, the combination of gold being down by more than $500/oz since we completed the preliminary economic assessment for Blackwater in September of 2012, and our Rainy River project in western Ontario having a more modest capital requirement results in our primary objective being the advancement of Rainy River."