How To Use Well water In A Sentence

  • During the summer, keep the plants well watered, feed occasionally, and remove any sideshoots or decaying leaves.
  • The population in these villages still uses well water.
  • The most distinctive land-mark in the parish is the Rimswell water tower, built in 1916 to serve South Holderness with water.
  • Where I live in downstate NY, we have city water, east of here they have well water.
  • Plants were well watered prior to the dehydration experiments.
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  • Evergreens, especially broadleaf evergreens, need to be well watered and mulched before winter because the leaves will continue to lose moisture throughout the winter.
  • Because the well water is discoloured and foul-smelling, people have to walk about two kilometres looking for cleaner water.
  • At present, 90 per cent of Saudi Arabia's non-renewable deep-well water is utilised for agricultural purposes.
  • The chihuahua is the size of a treat. kal-el: [quote comment = "144184″] R eminds me to look for a house with well water in the burbs [/ quote] ... Hoboken 411
  • The significance of 34.3, ‘Then throw me into well water,’ is lost in the present version, by the position of the line _after_ the ‘burning gleed,’ as it seems the reciter regarded the well-water merely as a means of extinguishing the gleed. Ballads of Mystery and Miracle and Fyttes of Mirth Popular Ballads of the Olden Times - Second Series
  • Lower down are unspoilt well watered wooded valleys containing a variety of microhabitats and trees such as white stinkwood Celtis africana, wild peach Kiggelaria africana, tree fuchsia Halleria lucida, sagewood Buddleja salvifolia and orange thorn Cassinopsis ilicifolia. Vredefort Dome, South Africa
  • The protective effect of both rural residence and use of well water suggests less exposure to chlorine-treated water among people with lower blood levels of trihalomethanes.
  • Even if we are going to have global warming, the paleoclimate record shows that with higher temperatures the growing season is longer, the north African Sahara desert turns into a well watered place of several million square km. Dennis Wingo - Why Space? Why Now? - NASA Watch
  • The air is too hot for those roses, and for the same reason none of the American plants, such as the _magnolia_ (tulip tree) _kalmia_, &c. thrive in France, though kept in pots in the shade and well watered; the heat of the atmosphere dries the trunk of these trees. A Trip to Paris in July and August 1792
  • It included special cladding, thermal glass and an air conditioning system that uses artesian well water. Times, Sunday Times
  • Taking the water dropping scheme - the large-diameter vacuum deep well water dropping used in the pit construction of a grade separation and subway project as an example, the artic.
  • Repeatedly, he took pure well water which was bare of animal life, and put into it a few cholera germs; they always began to propagate at once, and always within six hours they swarmed -- and were numberable by millions upon millions. Following the Equator
  • She pointed to the counter where we kept the sugar, salt, anything she might have used as a seasoning, and the big bucket of well water we drank from.
  • In the future, we'll use well water so as not to degrade the quality of mountain water products.
  • The plants were well watered, and used for experiments on the day of purchase.
  • That is why Rising Museum Mounting Board and Fine Art Papers are manufactured with natural artesian well water to achieve maximum archival qualities that meet the strictest standards set by the Library of Congress.
  • Channing believed that the hardness of the city's well water made cleaning almost impossible to accomplish, since soap would not lather with water that contained impurities.
  • Because the well water is discoloured and foul-smelling, people have to walk about two kilometres looking for cleaner water.
  • Timia is a gem of an oasis, a well watered valley, fringed by mountains.
  • Timia is a gem of an oasis, a well watered valley, fringed by mountains.
  • They're well watered and under floating row covers with wire hoops, all securely fastened to take the wind we've been having.
  • Plant cool-weather vegetables such as beets, kale, lettuce, peas, radishes, spinach and turnips in late July, but keep them well watered and mulched.
  • Plant cool-weather vegetables such as beets, kale, lettuce, peas, radishes, spinach and turnips in late July, but keep them well watered and mulched.
  • In India, land irrigated by well water is twice as productive as that fed by canals - these raise the water table excessively, causing water-logging and salinization.
  • Prevalence of symptoms of systemic lupus erythematosus SLE and of fluorescent antinuclear antibodies associated with chronic exposure to trichloroethylene and other chemicals in well water. The Autoimmune Epidemic
  • Taking the water dropping scheme - the large-diameter vacuum deep well water dropping used in the pit construction of a grade separation and subway project as an example, the artic.
  • Our country upon the whole is fertile and well watered, has timber enough to supply its demands, and an everlasting amount of stone for building; it has an eternal range of mesquit grass, on which horses and cattle that never smell corn keep perfectly fat all winter. The Continental Monthly, Vol. 1, No. 3, March, 1862
  • He said the well water was of excellent quality and had always been popular with local people.
  • It was a well watered ranch with two streams, one on the north end and another near the middle of the range.
  • Or, as my grandpappy use to say .., well watered horses don't jump the fence to drink from the creek next door. Sanford should stay, two top South Carolina papers say
  • Top-dress lightly with sand, topsoil, and sifted compost, and keep the lawn well watered until the new sprouts emerge.
  • surfactants" called methylene blue active substances in her well water and her pond. The Altoona Mirror
  • The most distinctive land-mark in the parish is the Rimswell water tower, built in 1916 to serve South Holderness with water.
  • Top-dress lightly with sand, topsoil, and sifted compost, and keep the lawn well watered until the new sprouts emerge.
  • Table 5 shows atomic absorption spectrophotometric analytical results from river and well water samples collected; these results reveal the presence of high Mercury concentrations. 3. Artisanal Gold Mining

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