unwater


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unwater

(ʌnˈwɔːtə)
vb (tr)
to remove or drain water from
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Unwater.org website showed that 85% of the world population lives in the driest half of the planet, Global agricultural water consumption is estimated to increase by around 19% by 2050 and Economic growth and wealth are shifting diets from starch based to meat and dairy, which require more water.
(2009): "Getting out of the box-linking water to decisions for sustainable development", en UNWATER (2009) Water in a Changing World.
unwater.org/worldwaterday/index.html and http://www.cdc.
If there's been little rain, tomatoes left unpicked and unwatered will be dead after two weeks, while lettuces are likely to have run to seed and will be too bitter to eat.
Klopp, who claimed the unwatered pitch was dangerous, praised his side for coming through a difficult test.
The nanny presumes the husband has come back in the night and noticed, as she did, the dull brass, the carpet that needs vacuuming, the unwatered plant.
The breath was all but gone from my body in the shock of this moment, my throat dry as unwatered grass.
Sunday night had the unwatered blues of Mississippi hill-country singer/guitarist/drummer, Cedric Burnside and his musical accomplice, Trenton Ayers, who together blew up an authentic juke-joint storm.
The Government thus plans to transform 35.3 hectares of unwatered arable land from the status of agricultural land into the status of residential area to provide the citizens with land plots for individual housing construction.
In 1920, he purchased a derelict estate amounting to 1,000 acres, consisting of poor and foul arable land and neglected areas that were mostly heather-covered and unwatered.
Hoof It has always been a fast-ground horse and he returned to form in the Haydock Sprint Cup on unwatered ground that was no worse than good to soft.