A body of water
is an acrostic for abow.
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"A body of water" is a book by Beverley Farmer.
- also known as "A body of water: a year's notebook"
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by Bobby A. Stewart, Terry Howell
A body of water is classified by its trophic state based on the amount of nutrients supplied to it. An oligotrophic state is low in nutrients, a mesotrophic state ...
Dictionary of aviation (1911)
by R.M. Pierce
smokeelike or steamelike fog or must formd over a body of water whose surfaceatemperature rs above the dewepomt of the air, WhICl'l 1s alredy saturated With ...
Designating a body of water in which the increase of mineral and organic nutrients has reduced the dissolved oxygen, producing an environment that favors plant over animal life. Eutrophic Lakes. Shallow lakes, weed-choked at the edges ...
Dictionary of Military Terms (2009)
by U.S. Department of Defense
current — A body of water moving in a certain direction and caused by wind and density differences in water .
A Law Dictionary Containing Definitions of the Terms and Phrases of American and English Jurisprudence, Ancient and Modern ... (1995)
by Henry Campbell Black
it may designate a body of water, such as a river, a lake, or an ocean, or an aggregate of such bodies of water, as in the phrases "foreign waters," "waters of the United States," and the like. Water is neither land nor tenement nor susceptible ...
Heinemann First Encyclopedia (2005)
by Heinemann Library (Firm)
It sticks out into a body of water like a finger. It has water almost all the way around. It is joined to the mainland. Some peninsulas are very big. Most of the country of Italy is a long peninsula. Italy juts out into the Mediterranean Sea. A peninsula ...
by Cambridge University Press
A body of water is a large area of water, such as a lake. bodyguard /'badi,gard/ n [C] a person paid to protect another person from danger or attack body language n [U] the movements or positions by which you show other people your ...
by John Houston Merrill, Charles Frederic Williams, Thomas Johnson Michie, David Shephard Garland
said: " It is somewhat strange that, so far as we are able to ascertain, there is no case reported which decides the rights, with respect to such a body of water, of the different owners of the land upon which it lies. The cases most ...
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My apartment complex has a pool. I love it out here. The mountains are beautiful. It's totally different from the place I used to live. I like the heat - the only thing I would change is have the ocean, or a big body of water close by. (Ryan Sypek)
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