a river and all its branches.
a system of supplying water, as throughout a metropolitan area.
a river and all its tributaries
a system for supplying water to a community
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Most people think that the current water system can cope with urban growth far into the future.
And there is a growing trend for cities to sell the water system to private companies.
However that saved money must be spend on the water system.
Includes a relatively large loft area, gray water system, and a compost toilet.
Students will help fill in the components of a drawing of a water system.
The reason behind the city's downfall may be rooted in its ancient, vast and complex water system.
But it's also true that our tap water system is not as good as should be or could be.
The melting caused by the salt can also lift toxic chemicals and sediment off roadways into the water system.
In the forward crew module, a circulating water system does the work.
Cities in the central valley rebuilt on top of a secretly-replaced water system.
The heat was removed from the sealed water system through an in-room radiator: room air was cooled by normal air conditioning.
The premise being that my solar hot water system is subsidizing the utility's ability to sell electricity on the spot market.
Even if the component is broken done, the deadly chemicals will go into the ground and water system.
The pool water is softened by an environmentally-friendly salt water system.
Significant sewer and water system repairs for years.