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After the lawsuit was filed, the county board reduced the setback restriction to 656 feet, based on the results of a county-commissioned soil study that concluded that distance to be safe for potable wells.

Can more be said of any potable concoction manufactured by humanity for its daily use?

GreifensteinF. Marion Crawford

The vivacious brew would now and again behave unreasonably at the moment of being released, but it was potable when subdued.

Merton of the MoviesHarry Leon Wilson

Poetry's "secret alchemy turns to potable gold the poisonous waters which flow from death through life."

ShelleySydney Waterlow

This stream not only serves for irrigating purposes but it is likewise the sole supply for potable water and for washing purposes.

Emergency use of reclaimed water for potable supply at Chanute, Kansas.

The treatise on potable waters in the appendix is brief, but contains much.

We have so far discussed only the various sources of potable water.

The motive to this was a conceit that potable gold could be no other than the universal medicine: and why gold?

These outlets should be 100 to 150 feet away from any source of water supply to prevent contamination of potable water.

A Living from the LandWilliam B. Duryee

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