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saltwater

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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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Many people believe that owning a beautiful saltwater aquarium is beyond their reach.
With 3 different sizes of boxes available (ranging from $25 - $45), any size budget can receive the saltwater gear needed to target their region and current season.
Solaris Water has over 200 miles of commercial saltwater gathering pipelines under development throughout the Midland and Delaware basins, including planned expansion of the WMP systems.
17-metre long saltwater crocodile was also caught in Rio Tuba, Batarasa, Palawan late July this year.
The appraiser used the income approach to appraise the value of the saltwater disposal wells.
Delco said the MCWD is now observing a status quo, and is shifting to surface water to ease the threat of saltwater intrusion to ground water.
That agreement involved shipping and disposing of saltwater from natural gas wells in Arkansas and other states, according to Arkoma's recent lawsuit, filed in U.
Because of the beads, saltwater pearls tend to be larger and rounder than their freshwater equivalents.
The saltwater lake was particularly attractive because it has 10 times more salt than the ocean, making the water buoyant.
The tragedy occurred on Monday when an Asian worker was doing maintenance work in the reservoir, which stores saltwater that is desalinated and used in the steel-making process.
RSPB warden Sarah Money said "Salt is the one thing known to kill the Crassula plant, so we will keep the saltwater in the lagoon for at least a year to kill it.
Tofino Saltwater Classic Fishing Derby, a Canada-based fundraiser for the Tofino community, has announced its third annual fundraising event will be held in Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada, on July 7 and 8, 2012.