Where the mangroves ceased, and where high ground and a beaten runway came down to the water's edge, Van Horn motioned the rowers to back water
and lay on their oars.
It was on a back water
surrounded by scrub and forest, with a pretty border of smelly mud on one side, and on the three others inclosed by a crazy fence of rushes.
This sorry state of affairs is not only creating inconvenience to the people in the village but also holding back water
from those that desperately need it.
of tanks in kunigal taluk sourced from back water
of thagahalli barrage near doddaankanahalli village of maddur taluk, mandya district.
It has also announced plans to build a visitor centre, cafe and facilities to bring back water
sports and sailing boats to the reservoir.
IN the Brexit madness why does the border between Ireland (population barely five million - less than Greater Manchester and West Yorkshire, according to Wikipedia) and Northern Ireland (population 1.5 million) take centre stage - when in fact it's a back water
The company said it had started to augment the supply in reservoirs so it could bring back water
service to the affected areas.
The Karkheh Dam in Iran is holding back water
that would normally flow into the wetland.
Only three days back water
level of Tarbela dam was almost three feet above dead level .
'The contradiction with our leaders of today is that while United Kingdom and United States that have earlier privatised their water more than 30 years ago are currently taking back water
from private hands, Nigerian leaders are shamelessly pursuing the policy.
"If they attempt to bring back water
charges by the back door, we believe there will be huge resistance."
It is in a popular back water
position, yet within easy reach of the city centre and other areas of interest around.
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debt to U.S.
Authorities said the dam was built to hold back water
and residue from mining operations, a mixture that can often be toxic.
Women and children have to walk miles every day to carry back water
for the family.