by water

by water

Via water as a means of transportation; by boat or ship. There are no landing strips or helipads, so the island can only be reached by water. Our coasts are well defended, so the attack is not likely to come by water.
See also: by, water
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Much of the West's integral agriculture, livestock and recreation industries have been seriously threatened by water scarcity, and the region has endured catastrophic wildfire seasons.
As highlighted by the recent Earth Summit in South Africa, we live on a planet which is largely covered by water but is increasingly short of drinkable supplies.
Colonization is enhanced by water stagnation and sediment buildup as a result of alterations in the plumbing of the complex distribution systems often found in hospital hotwater systems.
While the absolute numbers of rural population not served by water or sanitation have decreased during this decade over the developing regions, the absolute numbers of population in urban areas not served by water supply and sanitation have actually increased.
For drinking or cooking purposes, use only bottled water until notified otherwise by water officials.
Do not flush your own water system at home unless advised to do so by water officials.
Specifically, Rothschild noticed that his Jamaica, Queens, and New Jersey buildings were saving 20 to 30 percent by water metering.
The front also cools the melt as it is pushed down the mold cavity by water pressure.
Not only do they appear to be carved by water, they also seem extremely young.
Possibly some form of a water market mechanism could be created where by water can be sold to the highest bidder, which undoubtedly will be the Palestinian urban consumers.
Ten years into water banking by water injection, Cole acknowledges that the Nevada wells are exhibiting signs of obstruction.