Another possibility is using slurry that contains bentonite, which is a clay, to seal ponds that won't hold water
, including those on farms.
But he said: "That won't hold water
for much longer because for the first time cyber crime, online crime, is about to get added to the crime figures - and I think that will show a very different picture from the one painted by the Tory government.
A friend who is raising two young daughters in a Modern Orthodox community worries that the truthsabout marriage and familythat she grew up with won't hold water
for her own kids.
The assumptions that they might have used to decide whether to form a captive in the past won't hold water
Malfunctioning pipes, drains, drippy faucets, and sinks that won't hold water
are now your problem and your expense.
And, of course, that logic won't hold water
anywhere but in the minds of the council and its cohorts.
Of course, that won't hold water
as an excuse when I'm being read the story about the outdoors writer breaking an outdoors law in the office of the big guy back at the paper.
But feigning sickness, claiming the goldfish has just died or you've suddenly developed a particularly bad case of dandruff, won't hold water
When a tub drain won't hold water
or the finish looks bad, the usual fix is to replace it.
This explanation is very clever, but it won't hold water
Get a size that's a little too large for the trunk so it won't hold water
against the wood.
Remember, this is a performance-based business; if you perform well, whatever they may feel won't hold water
With solid advice from experts in the field, The Architect's Guide to Preventing Water Infiltration shows how innovations in today's construction techniques simply won't hold water
if they don't follow the fundamental ground rules necessary to keep water out.
The washers that seal pipe joints won't hold water
unless one section runs straight into the other.
So the old 'I swear I was at a mate's house' won't hold water
if you're parked up in the city centre until three in the morning.