Water inch

Wa´ter inch`


1.Same as Inch of water, under Water.
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Prices related to housing and repair also slowed even as those of clothing as well as fuel, light and water inched up.
The number of service connections of Laguna Water inched up two percent, while those of Estate Water and Clark Water went up five percent and three percent, respectively.
The glass holds the weight of water inches from your eyes.
TOO CLOSE FOR COMFORT: Flood water inches closer to the Ramada Hotel on Kenilworth Road yesterday
The couple, originally from Pembrokeshire, West Wales, escaped in their undies, fled uphill and clung to a tree - the raging water inches from their feet.
To reach town, we crept over the other bridges, unnerved by the fast-moving black water inches away.
Most watched as the muddy water inched closer and closer to the deck of the Alton bridge.
The number of service connections of Laguna Water inched up one percent while those of Estate Water and Clark Water went up 11 percent and two percent, respectively.
Draftsman Colin Dobson was one of dozens of residents of Murrayfield who watched helplessly as the water inched up the sandbag defences.