reservoir


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Synonyms for reservoir

a large or extra supply of something

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lake used to store water for community use

tank used for collecting and storing a liquid (as water or oil)

anything (a person or animal or plant or substance) in which an infectious agent normally lives and multiplies

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2015: Northumbrian Water hosts 'Tour of the Reservoir' at Derwent Reservoir
She said: "They couldn't pinpoint where he was in the reservoir, which was really traumatic.
They are reporting significant cost savings, especially in the nylon Cyclones as compared to a traditional Reservoir.
The estate says it may be possible, subject to negotiation, to create a new footpath around the reservoir, but details are to be confirmed.
Working with neighbors over the past several months, EWEB erected gates at both entrances to the reservoir roof and added large "No Dogs Allowed" signs to the gates, Harwood said.
Also if climate change scientists are right then reservoirs will get short of water in the coming century and Llanishen Reservoir could be put back into use, saving huge sums in the building of another reservoir in the Brecon Beacons National Park.
It is possible that by evaluating the services promoted by reservoirs for regional, local or national communities, this could be an innovative way for a more accurate analysis of their relevance (or not) to the regional or local system, providing a consolidated conceptual basis for future strategic plans on reservoir construction in the neotropics.
If the reservoir is designated public open space, the condo developer might have to include a wide buffer between the homes and the former reservoir, potentially limiting the size of the project, said Dave Breliant, president of Save Oak Savanna, a nonprofit group organized to fight the proposed development.
1] is a maintenance host species (or species complex) with the potential to be a disease reservoir for [H.
STRATIGRAPHY--in general, TRAP-type, seals and faults, RESERVOIR-depositional setting, pore types and diagenesis, porosity and permeability, reservoir engineering, petrophysics and pressure relationships, SOURCE--source beds, maturation, migration and charge, RESERVES AND PRODUCTION-petroleum in place and reserves, cumulative production, recovery factors through time and production rate.
SEDIMENTAL JOURNEYS Removing a dam releases the water that has collected behind it in a lake or reservoir.
Lochinvar Reservoir, which serves the south-west, and Glendevon Reservoir, which serves west Fife, are classed as needing immediate action.
This development will be helpful in assessing the actual effects of new therapeutic vaccines or pharmacologic agents on the reservoirs (eg, determining whether the reservoir has been reduced and by how much).
Precision Automotive found that these contamination problems can be overcome, and cooling-system maintenance greatly reduced, by eliminating the open reservoir in the cooling system.
The reservoir is a great surface of water with a few islands and some tree skeletons rising out of it, survivors of the time when the reservoir was breached and before it was repaired in the late 1940s.