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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 are the names of the two characters featured in Salt-Water Moon?
We've developed the animation to remind patients how to make the salt-water solution and explain why it can make a difference.
What's made Salt-Water Sandals such a beloved icon is that its leather is coated in a water sealant that shields it from water and moisture.
Salt-Water fans will attest that with each wear, the sandal molds itself to your feet for a snug fit.
The front half is well-lit with a touch-tank and a tub full of rocks that contain live bacteria and sea minerals that are important to creating the right salt-water mixture in a tank.
Givant said he opened the store to reach out to an often under-served population of salt-water hobbyists.
IF YOU CANNOT REACH THE WATER TABLE WITH A SINGLE GROUND ROD OR ONE WITH EXTENSIONS, USE MULTIPLE GROUNDS AND THE SALT-WATER MIXTURE.
However, for individual time points, the rate of DIN flux to the overlying water was significantly greater in the salt-water treatments than in the fresh-water treatments (P [less than] .05, t-test) (data not shown).
There was a difference between the salt-water treatments: a net inorganic nitrogen gain in the anoxic sediments and a net loss in the oxic sediments [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 1E OMITTED].
Salt-water economics helped fuel the rapid expansion of the federal government's size and scope that took place in the 1960s.
Meat processors inject the salt-water solution deep into the meat tissue to add "juiciness"--and weight--to the final product.
Stacked above the ferry terminal are the thalassotherapy facilities and salt-water swimming pool, edged with a terrace overlooking the bay.