freshwater

(from the article `aquarium`) ...oxygen and to avoid supersaturation with nitrogen. In recirculating systems, water treatment must not only ensure clarity of the water but also ... Freshwater ecosystems are divided into two major classes—flowing (such as rivers and streams) and static (such as lakes and ponds). Although the ... ...
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Freshwater

(from the article `Woolf, Virginia`) ...nevertheless, Flush (1933) remains both a biographical satire and a lighthearted exploration of perception, in this case a dog`s. In 1935 Woolf ...
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freshwater

[adj] - relating to or living in or consisting of water that is not salty
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Freshwater

[opera] Freshwater is a two-act chamber opera composed by Andy Vores, based on the 1929 comic play by Virginia Woolf. Vores received assistance in creating the opera from Quentin Bell, Woolf`s nephew and executor, who provided a rarely seen earlier version of the text that served as the inspiration for several passages of the libretto. Fres...
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freshwater

A term referring to bodies of water that do not have salt.
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freshwater

describes a body of water such as rivers, lakes and streams.
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Freshwater

freshwater is a term used for waters such as rivers and lakes as opposed to saltwater (the sea)
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Freshwater

The water of rivers and most stillwaters, containing little or no dissolved salt
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Freshwater

town (parish), unitary district of Isle of Wight, historic county of Hampshire, England. It lies close to Alum Bay, notable for its many-coloured ...
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freshwater

water containing no significant amounts of salt; potable water suitable for all normal uses cf. potable water.
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freshwater

water containing no significant amounts of salt; potable water suitable for all normal uses cf. potable water.
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Freshwater

Water that has no salt in it
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Freshwater

Water with no salt content.
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