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sol·u·ble glass

a silicate of potassium or sodium, soluble in hot water but solid at ordinary temperatures; used for fixed dressings.
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The comprehensive water gauge control valve is attached to the hose bib downstream from any vacuum breaker, so once the line is pressurized, the condition of the vacuum breaker becomes apparent.
Tenders are invited for Lot 1 dowels for insulation with a metal nail; Lot 2 Area perforated aluminum for the construction project "Overhaul and modernization of the administrative building 10A (water gauge assembly, thermal modernization, architectural lighting, landscaping of the adjacent territory) and the garage 10A / 1 on the street.
Tenders are invited for Electric Kettle-Plastic Body, 1 Ltr Capacity With Translucent Water Gauge. Make: Prestige/ Inova/ Singha Or Similar.
The Punjab government, in a written complaint filed with the Indus River System Authority (Irsa), has maintained that the Sindh irrigation department has deliberately and wrongfully installed water gauges at Guddu Barrage.
Walkers could be seen wandering across the river's rocky bed at Corbridge, while water gauges on top of dry rock were exposed at the quickly shrinking Derwent Reservoir in County Durham.
Walkers could be seen wandering across the river's rocky bed atCorbridge, while water gauges on top of dry rock were exposed at the quickly shrinking Derwent Reservoir inCounty Durham.
CONTAMINATED water might have leaked from the damaged Fukushima nuclear reactors after erroneous settings on water gauges lowered groundwater levels nearby, the plant operator said.
In November 1965 the 55-year-old reservoir keeper had set out in blizzard conditions with his son Donald to check water gauges near Hebden Bridge.
Al-Hindi said that some locals manipulate water gauges and claim not to have access to water to avoid paying their water bills.