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water system

noun as in water supply

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People and businesses fled Flint, leaving the city with fewer than half the taxpayers it had in 1960, but the water system remained as massive as ever.

The team suggests testing drinking water if fire comes anywhere near your property and, if possible, replacing any plastic in a home’s water system with heat-resistant metal.

The level of risk varies, but examples include toxic chemicals that are sprayed from aircraft or injected into water systems.

From there, bacteria could easily have entered water systems.

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Robinson operates his family’s well-service business and maintains the water systems on nearly every local property.

In short, my $18-plus-cost-of-replacement-filters Brita water system may not live up to the hype.

It could avoid some big disasters—like a water system failure.

There was a good water system, as the faithfully irrigated lawns testified.

It had two banks, one female and one male academy of the higher class; a water system supplied through pipes from Poplar Spring.

Noah was rather in that line before he took to the water system, wasn't he?

The water-system of the south-western feeders of the Ganges is more complex.

The water-system in question forms the centre of the great Athabaskan area—the centre, but not the whole.


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On this page you'll find 2 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to water system, such as: waterworks.

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