Correlative Water Rights

Business / Real Estate / Correlative Water Rights: A modern law in some states that holds that a riparian owner who has rights in a common water source is entitled to take only a reasonable amount of the total supply for the beneficial use of land (such as irragation).

Other Words for Water

Water Noun Synonyms: H2O, distilled water, tap water, drinking-water, bottled water, spa water, still water, soda (water), effervescent water, mineral water, sea water, salt water, ditch-water, dishwater, bath-water, branch water, Adam's ale, Latin a
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Tonic Water

Entertainment / Liquor / Tonic Water: A carbonated beverage containing lemon, lime, and quinine, an alkaloid obtained from the cinchona bark. MORE

Totally-Enclosed Water Air-Cooled Machine

Technology / Motors / Totally-Enclosed Water Air-Cooled Machine: A totally-enclosed machine cooled by circulating air which, in turn, is cooled by circulating water. Provided with water-cooled heat exchanger for cooling ventilating air and fan or fans, integral wit MORE

Transfer Of Development Rights (TDR)

Business / Agriculture / Transfer Of Development Rights (TDR): Property rights that may not be used on the land from which they were derived: usually they are sold from areas where uses are restricted, such as active agricultural areas, to receiving or growth are MORE

Title VII Of The Civil Rights Act Of 1964

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Title VII Of The Civil Rights Act Of 1964: Title VII is a provision of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 that prohibits discrimination in virtually every employment circumstance on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, pregnancy or national o MORE

Tidewater

Science / Tides and Currents / Tidewater: Water activated by the tide generating forces and/or water affected by the resulting tide, especially in coastal and estuarine areas. Also, a general term often applied to the land and water of estuar MORE

Surface Water

Health / Disease / Surface Water: Water on the surface of the earth, such as in lakes, rivers, streams, ponds, and springs [compare with groundwater]. MORE

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