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  • 81 supply — 1. verb 1) they supplied money to the rebels Syn: give, contribute, provide, furnish, donate, confer, dispense 2) the lake supplies the city with water Syn: provide, furnish, serve …

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  • 82 with — prep. expressing: 1 an instrument or means used (cut with a knife; can walk with assistance). 2 association or company (lives with his mother; works with Shell; lamb with mint sauce). 3 cause or origin (shiver with fear; in bed with measles). 4… …

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  • 83 Water board — A water board (Dutch: waterschap or hoogheemraadschap , Flanders and Northern France: watringue , France: agence de l eau , German: Wasserverband ) is a regional organisation charged with the supply of water and care of water levels in its… …

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  • 84 supply channel — a channel running along the side of an aquaculture pond, feeding it with water. See also bypass channel …

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  • 85 Water supply and sanitation in Ecuador — has reached a significant increase in coverage in the last years. However, the sector is characterized by (i) low coverage levels, particularly in rural areas; (ii) low service quality and efficiency; and (iii) limited cost recovery and a high… …

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  • 86 Water supply and sanitation in the United States — is provided by towns and cities, public utilities that span several jurisdictions and rural cooperatives. About 15 million Americans are served by their own wells. Public water supply and sanitation systems are regulated by state level regulatory …

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  • 87 Water supply and sanitation in Honduras — Water supply systems which use gravity correspond to 93% of all constructed systems. Mixed and pump using systems correspond to 4.5%. The scattered rural population intensely depends on about 15,000 dug wells. [… …

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  • 88 Water supply and sanitation in Nicaragua — is provided by a national public utility in urban areas and water committees in rural areas. Despite relatively high levels of investment, access to water in urban areas has barely kept up with population growth, access to urban sanitation has… …

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  • 89 Water supply and sanitation in Iran — has witnessed some important improvements, especially in terms of increased access to urban water supply, while important challenges remain, particularly concerning sanitation and service provision in rural areas.Institutionally, the Ministry of… …

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  • 90 Water supply and sanitation in Ireland — Water supply and sanitation services in Ireland, in contrast to most countries in the world, are provided free of charge to domestic users since 1997. Only non domestic users are billed for these services. The bulk of the costs of service… …

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  • 91 Water supply and sanitation in Latin America — is characterized by insufficient access and in many cases by poor service quality, with detrimental impacts on public health. Water and sanitation services are provided by a vast array of mostly local service providers under an often fragmented… …

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  • 92 Water supply and sanitation in Portugal — is characterized by important advances in access to services, technologies and service quality over past decades (1980s ndash;1990s), partially achieved thanks to important funds from the European Union. Nevertheless, sanitation still remains… …

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  • 93 Water supply and sanitation in Canada — is nearly universal and generally of good quality. It is a municipal responsibility under the regulation of the provincial governments, in partnership with the federal government. Water use in Canada is high compared to Europe, since water… …

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  • 94 Water supply and sanitation in the Netherlands — is provided in good quality and at a reasonable price to the entire population. Water consumption is one of the lowest in developed countries at 124 liter per capita per day and water leakage in the distribution network is one of the lowest in… …

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  • 95 Water supply and sanitation in Venezuela — is characterized by insufficient coverage and service quality, despite the country s oil wealth. Increases in coverage in the 1990 2001 period have been limited; more recent coverage figures are not readily available.Investments in the sector are …

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  • 96 Water Resources Development Act of 1988 — (WRDA 1988), USPL|100|676, is a public law passed by Congress on November 17, 1988 concerning water resources in the United States in the areas of flood control, navigation, dredging, environment, recreation, water supply, beach nourishment and… …

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  • 97 Water supply and sanitation in Spain — is characterized by universal access and generally good service quality, while tariffs are among the lowest in the EU. [ [http://www.iwahq.org/uploads/sgs/sg%20on%20statistic%20and%20ec/doc%20and%20reports/IWA%20international%20statistics%200806.p… …

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  • 98 Water Corporation — Agency overview Formed 1 January 1996 Preceding agency Water Authority of Western Australia Jurisdiction …

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  • 99 Water politics — Water politics, sometimes called hydropolitics, is politics affected by water and water resources.The first use of the term, hydropolitics, came in the book by John Waterbury, entitled Hydropolitics of the Nile Valley, Syracuse University Press,… …

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  • 100 Water restrictions in Australia — Water restrictions are currently in place in many regions and cities of Australia in response to chronic shortages resulting from drought. Depending upon the location, these can include restrictions on watering lawns, using sprinkler systems,… …

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