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  • 84 Dehani lift irrigation scheme — The Dehani lift irrigation scheme is a technologically sophisticated project to irrigate Vidarbha, a large, semi arid region of India. Contents 1 Background 2 Details 3 Components 3.1 …

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  • 86 Sardar Sarovar Dam — The Sardar Sarovar Dam, partially completed in August 2008 Official name The Sardar Sarovar Dam Location Navagam, Gujarat …

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  • 87 Natural stress — Abiotic stress is stress produced by natural factors such as extreme temperatures, wind, drought, and salinity. Man doesn’t have much control over abiotic stresses. It is very important for humans to understand how stress factors affect plants… …

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  • 88 catheter — n. (med.) to change; insert; irrigate; remove a catheter * * * insert irrigate remove a catheter (med.) to change …

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  • 89 land — I n. soil ground 1) to clear land (to clear land of trees and brush) 2) to cultivate; irrigate; redistribute land 3) arable; barren; fertile; grazing; marginal land 4) private; public land 5) a plot of land solid surface of the earth 6) to raise …

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  • 90 soil — n. 1) to cultivate, till, work the soil 2) to fertilize; irrigate the soil 3) barren, poor; fertile; firm; packed; sandy; soggy; swampy soil * * * [sɔɪl] fertile firm irrigate the soil packed poor sandy …

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  • 91 flush — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. blush, redden; elate, thrill; rinse; start, rouse. See horizontal. n. blush, redness, glow, elation, thrill; gush, rush. See heat, feeling, color, cleanness. II (Roget s IV) modif. 1. [Flat] Syn. even …

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  • 92 center pivot — A type of sprinkler system commonly used on large scale farms in arid areas. Water is delivered to the center of a field by a deeply buried pipe, which attaches to main pipe that is supported on wheeled towers and pivots up to 360 degrees to… …

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  • 93 irrigable — (adj.) 1844, from stem of IRRIGATE (Cf. irrigate) (v.) + ABLE (Cf. able) …

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  • 94 irrigation — (n.) a supplying of water to land, 1610s, from L. irrigationem (nom. irrigatio) a watering, noun of action from pp. stem of irrigare (see IRRIGATE (Cf. irrigate)) …

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  • 95 rain — {{11}}rain (n.) O.E. regn, from P.Gmc. *regna (Cf. O.S. regan, O.N. regn, O.Fris. rein, M.Du. reghen, Ger. regen, Goth. rign rain ), with no certain cognates outside Germanic, unless it is from a presumed PIE *reg moist, wet, which may be the… …

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  • 96 irrigation — noun 1. supplying dry land with water by means of ditches etc (Freq. 2) • Derivationally related forms: ↑irrigate • Hypernyms: ↑provision, ↑supply, ↑supplying 2. (medicine) cleaning a wound or body organ …

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  • 97 ir´ri|ga´tor — ir|ri|gate «IHR uh gayt», verb, gat|ed, gat|ing. –v.t. 1. to supply (land) with water by using ditches, by flooding, or by sprinkling: »After a desert is irrigated, crops will grow there. 2. to supply (a wound or a cavity in the body) with a… …

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  • 98 ir|ri|gate — «IHR uh gayt», verb, gat|ed, gat|ing. –v.t. 1. to supply (land) with water by using ditches, by flooding, or by sprinkling: »After a desert is irrigated, crops will grow there. 2. to supply (a wound or a cavity in the body) with a continuous flow …

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  • 99 ir|rig|u|ous — «ih RIHG yu uhs», adjective. Archaic. 1. well watered; moist; wet: »The flowery lap Of some irriguous valley (Milton). 2. watering; irrigative. ╂[< Latin irriguus (w …

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  • 100 Hydrant — Hy drant, n. [Gr. ? to irrigate, fr. y dwr water. See {Hydra}.] A discharge pipe with a valve and spout at which water may be drawn from the mains of waterworks; a water plug. [1913 Webster] …

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