Blackwater

Water that contains animal, human, or food waste.
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blackwater

[n] - any of several human or animal diseases characterized by dark urine resulting from rapid breakdown of red blood cells
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Blackwater

Water from toilets, kitchen sink, or other dirty sources, which may be contaminated with microorganisms or harmful bacteria.
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blackwater

noun any of several human or animal diseases characterized by dark urine resulting from rapid breakdown of red blood cells
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Blackwater

town, central Queensland, Australia. It lies along the Capricorn Highway, 100 miles (160 km) west of Rockhampton. The explorer Ludwig Leichhardt ...
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Blackwater

[Isle of Wight] Blackwater railway station, was an intermediate station in the very centre of the island situated on the A3020 road on the line from Newport to Sandown incorporated by the Isle of Wight and Newport Junction Railway in 1868, opened in 1875 and closed 81 years later. A rural station whose `heyday was before the advent of the m...
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Blackwater

Blackwater, river, c.100 mi (161 km) long, rising in Co. Kerry, SW Republic of Ireland. It flows east through the dairy region of Co. Cork and Co. Waterford before turning abruptly south and entering the Atlantic Ocean at Youghal Bay. Salmon and trout are caught in the river.
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Blackwater

[coal] Blackwater is the pollution produced from coal preparation. It contains copious amounts of hazardous substances, including carcinogenic compounds and heavy metals. Blackwater is permanently impounded in toxic waste facilities, as it cannot be processed into a form that can be returned to the natural environment. Coal is an essential ...
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blackwater

household wastewater that contains solid waste i.e. toilet discharge.
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Blackwater

[novelette] Blackwater is a thriller novelette by Conn Iggulden. It was written as part of the Quick Reads initiative of the 2006 World Book Day. Blackwater is described as a dark, psychological thriller, signalling a change in genre from an author used to writing historical fiction. On the forum of his website, Conn described the idea behi...
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Blackwater

[waste] Blackwater is a term dating to at least the 1970s used to describe wastewater containing fecal matter and urine. It is also known as foul water or sewage. It is distinct from greywater or sullage, the residues of washing processes. ==In practice== Water coming from domestic equipment other than toilets (e.g., bathtubs, showers, sink...
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blackwater

household wastewater that contains solid waste i.e. toilet discharge.
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Blackwater

[video game] Blackwater is a first-person shooter video game developed by Zombie Studios with the player assuming the role of a Blackwater Worldwide contractor. The game was first revealed at E3 in 2011. It was later released that year on the Xbox 360 and it uses the Kinect-supported system. The game is the first Kinect shooter on the marke...
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