Water-supply in a sentence

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For some time they discussed their new-found water-supply, and they were all glad to have something to think about and talk about besides the great danger which overhung them.
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He equipped the town with a good water-supply, as well as with a system of drainage, and planted large vegetable gardens, so that the European residents need no longer be entirely dependent on tinned foods.
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No one man can control the water-supply of a hundred miles of range.
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If on high and dry ground, where the water-supply is restricted, some method and order are needed; but no pains should be spared to afford each man his eight or ten gallons.
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By similar reasoning, we know that the canon of the Colorado is a very old region, though the precipitateness of its banks is due to the absence of rain, for a local water-supply would cut back the banks, having most effect where they were steepest, since at those points it would move with the greatest speed.
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SIR,-A report (proceeding, I have reason, to believe, from ill-conditioned residents at Slushborough) is being disseminated to the effect, that the water-supply of Northbourne is largely tainted with typhus and diphtheria germs, and that an epidemic is already ravaging this place.
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In no other portions of the meadow were there any fish or clams ever noticed before, nor was there any other source of water-supply than the rain-falls in that locality.
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The continuous water-supply flushes them without danger of charging the drinking water with gases emanating from the closet; a danger so imminent in the present method of cisterns, which supply drinking as well as flushing water.
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The men were, indeed, much depressed, not merely because they had been scorched by the sun, but because the water-supply was short.
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Examples of Water-supply

Example #1
Even if no considerable amount of water trickled through the cracks in the rocks, the moisture which arose from the surface of the water found its way out into the surrounding atmosphere, and had nourished the bushes and vines.
Example #2
They all agreed that the existence of this great reservoir of water was sufficient to account for the greenness and fertility of the little plateau outside.
Example #3
It was Ronald Buxton, too, who first had the idea of building houses on tripods of railway metals, to raise them above the deadly ground-mists.
Example #4
He quickly gained the confidence of his Haussa troops, and then set to work to improve the sanitary conditions of Jebba, where he was stationed.
Example #5
My company's spending big money, and the Government won't let you have a monopoly.
Example #6
You want to see that.