pool

in general, the term 'pool' is synonymous with the term 'reservoir'; however, in certain situations, a pool may consist of more than one reservoir.

Pool

An Oil Pool is a reservoir or group of reservoirs sharing the same pressure system

pool

  1. an excavation that is (usually) filled with water
  2. a small lake
  3. an organization of people or resources that can be shared
  4. an association of companies for some definite purpose
  5. any communal combination of funds
  6. a small body of standing water (rainwater) or other liquid
  7. the combined stakes of the betters

Pool

• (n.) A combination of persons contributing money to be used for the purpose of increasing or depressing the market price of stocks, grain, or other commodities; also, the aggregate of the sums so contributed; as, the pool took all the wheat offered below the limit; he put $10,000 into the pool. • (n.) A small and rather deep collection ...
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pool

(from the article `insurance`) In order to obtain broader and statistically sounder rates, insurers often pool loss and claims experience by setting up rating bureaus to calculate ...
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pool

(from the article `riverine ecosystem`) ...material, turbidity, and atmospheric gases, from the source to the mouth. There are two major zones: rapids, shallow water where currents are ...
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pool

(pldbomacl) a common reservoir on which to draw; a supply available to be used by a group. to create such a reservoir or supply, such as the mixing of plasma from several donors. an accumulation, as of blood in any part of the body due to retardation of the venous circulation. ...
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pool

1. A small and rather deep collection of (usually) fresh water, as one supplied by a spring, or occurring in the course of a stream; a reservoir for water; as, the pools of Solomon. 'Charity will hardly water the ground where it must first fill a pool.' (Bacon) 'The sleepy pool above the dam.' (Tennyson) ... 2. A small body of standing or stagnant ...
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pool

noun the combined stakes of the betters
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pool

puddle noun something resembling a pool of liquid; `he stood in a pool of light`; `his chair sat in a puddle of books and magazines`
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Pool

[billiard] This is a photo I took on my own in 2001. I release it to the public domain. ...
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Pool

[computer science] In computer science, a pool is a set of initialised resources that are kept ready to use, rather than allocated and destroyed on demand. A client of the pool will request an object from the pool and perform operations on the returned object. When the client has finished with an object (or resource), it returns it to the p...
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Pool

[cue sports] Pool, also more formally known as pocket billiards (mostly in North America) or pool billiards (mostly in Europe and Australia), is the family of cue sports and games played on a pool table having six receptacles called pockets along the {Cuegloss|Rail|rails}, into which balls are deposited as the main goal of play. Popular ver...
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Pool

[website] ABC Pool was a website housed within the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) as part of ABC Radio National`s Multi-platform and Content Development department. The site was launched as a public beta in August 2008 and is a space where people can upload, share, collaborate and communicate with other members of the `Pool` comm...
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Pool

Pool intransitive verb To combine or contribute with others, as for a commercial, speculative, or gambling transaction.
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Pool

Pool noun [ Anglo-Saxon pōl ; akin to LG. pool , pohl , Dutch poel , German pfuhl ; confer Icelandic pollr , also W. pwll , Gael. poll .] 1. A small and rather deep collection of (usually) fresh water, as one supplied by a sprin...
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Pool

Pool transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Pooled ; present participle & verbal noun Pooling .] To put together; to contribute to a common fund, on the basis of a mutual division of profits or losses; to make a common interest of; a...
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pool

A group of insurance companies sharing premiums and expenses, usually to cover large risks (e.g. aviation risks).
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Pool

A reach of stream that is characterized by deep low velocity water and a smooth surface.
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Pool

A reach or segment of a river or stream with greater depth and slower current, making it safer from predators bird and animal and where swimming against the current is reduced.
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Pool

A reach or segment of a river or stream with greater depth and slower current, making it safer from predators bird and animal and where swimming against the current is reduced.
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Pool

A reach or segment of a river or stream with greater depth and slower current, making it safer from predators bird and animal and where swimming against the current is reduced.
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Pool

a segment of a river or stream with greater depth and slower current, making it safer from predators bird and animal and where swimming against the current is reduced.
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Pool

In capital budgeting, the concept that investment projects are financed out of a pool of bonds, preferred stock, and common stock, and a weighted-average cost of capital must be used to calculate investment returns. In insurance, a group of insurers who share premiums and losses in order to spread risk. In investments, the combination of funds for ...
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Pool

In capital budgeting, the concept that investment projects are financed out of a pool of bonds, pref
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