garden hose


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Noun1.garden hose - a hose used for watering a lawn or gardengarden hose - a hose used for watering a lawn or garden
hosepipe, hose - a flexible pipe for conveying a liquid or gas
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A heavy, hairy and rather sullen-looking gardener was hanging up a heavy coil of garden hose. The corners of the expiring sunset which seemed to cling about the corners of the house gave glimpses here and there of the colours of remoter flowerbeds; and in a treeless space on one side of the house opening upon the river stood a tall brass tripod on which was tilted a big brass telescope.
With the same mixed emotions they watched him uncoil some considerable lengths of the large garden hose, saying with an air of wistful discrimination: "The red tulips before the yellow, I think.
"2 years ago this baby suffered 2nd degree burns over 30% of his body from being accidentally sprayed with a garden hose and firefighters have issued a fresh warning recently.
For that reason, we like to employ laundry-sink faucets and garden hoses. Run 3/4-inch PVC pipe from the water tank to your laundry-sink faucet or garden hose.
Initially, the photo was shared by the infant's mother to warn people about how hot the water in a garden hose can get during the summer.
Schoenberger was still fighting the fire with his garden hose. Once we got our hoses on the fire, we quickly got the fire under control" said Bert.
David Burroughs, who lives a few doors down from the woman, also ran to her aid, using his garden hose to spray the flames until firefighters arrived.
Midlands Service A spokesman for West Midlands Fire Service said: "On arrival, crews found a man trying to put out the fire with a garden hose. Our message is to get out, stay out and call 999."
Fire officers said the men had done a "decent job" in fighting the fire with the garden hose, but urged people to be cautious, as the incident had left both men needing medical treatment.
A typical garden hose can waste roughly a gallon of water per minute, if it's not being put to use.
It fills quickly, less than 30 seconds, with two gallons of fresh water from a garden hose and delivers an Impressive pressurized spray.
Before starting a fire is when I like to gather the needed fire suppression equipment: rake, mower if needed, garden hose and nozzle, or garden sprayer.