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water key

n.
A lever covering a small hole on certain brass instruments that is pressed to drain accumulated fluid, as from condensation of water vapor in the player's breath.
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'Landing fees would also be waived in the affected areas as well as departure taxes and Customs processing fees for non-commercial flights,' he said, adding that the orders would cover Abaco, the Abaco Keys, Grand Bahama, Deep Water Key and Water Key.
The government is planning a $200 billion privatization program involving the sell off of parts of the economy currently owned by the government, with power and water key parts of that.
The new 34-page Guidance on Good Practices for Water Accounting builds on Protocol for Water Reporting for the Cement Industry (2014) and Water Key Performance Indicators (2015).
* A package of cigarette papers (a $5 bill will work in some cases), to blot excess moisture from a sticky woodwind pad or water key.
Plenty of birdies around, so a hot putter is a must and you need to be accurate to avoid all the water Key attribute Accuracy
An equally important goal of the foundation is to help the Iraqi people, particularly the children, whose suffering without food and water Key witnessed firsthand.
Margaret McClenaghan, Sinn Fein councillor for the Ardoyne area said: "The kids are taking the lids off the hydrants then using either a water key or a steel bar to open them up.
Donald Gray, 50, hit Thomas Mallon twice over the head and twice on the left side of his chest with a heavy metal water key.
Warming water keys a baitfish migration, and the macks go with them.