ample water supply

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  • A young palm, especially, needs regular and ample water supply until it gets well established. Cited from One Thousand Questions in California Agriculture
  • Here there was a more ample water supply to allow conventional housing.
  • Search is more likely to be rewarded in the mountains where an ample water supply is always at hand. Cited from Archeological Investigations, by Gerard Fowke
  • The river now flowed through the city, ensuring ample water supply.
  • The town did originally have an ample water supply from seven wells but five of them had been destroyed by the Turks during the battle.
  • The new Sina scheme was therefore taken up in 1960 from where the town now gets ample water-supply.
  • It was close to their landing port, had ample water supply from many rivers and streams and had a scenic view of the large bay area.
  • It often grows on flood plains and other disturbed areas with ample water supply, such as riparian habitats.
  • The town did not have the ample water supply and rail transportation necessary to establish efficient industry, and the village became a sleepy backwater.
  • In this position, he was instrumental in finding an ample water supply for Wichita and Newton.
  • Because of Bangladesh's fertile soil and normally ample water supply, rice can be grown and harvested three times a year in many areas.
  • Within the citadel there are several strongly constructed buildings, and an ample water supply from reservoirs constructed in the clefts of the rocks.
  • The county seat was moved to an old Indian village called Thomocoggan, a location with ample water supply from Curry Creek and four large springs.
  • Due to better job opportunities, good environment, ample water supply, road and rail connectivity and cheaper real estate prices compare to Mumbai City.
  • The soil is very rich, and, given an ample water-supply, produces two or three crops a year, while the whole surface is so completely under cultivation that there is no room left for grass or wild flowers to grow. Cited from Peeps at Many Lands: Egypt, by R. Talbot Kelly
  • There's a heap of coalpits behind the British front where they could generate power, and I judge there's ample water supply from the rivers and canals. Cited from Greenmantle, by John Buchan
  • Ample water supply for household, commercial, industrial and agricultural uses is assured by 73 thousand hectares of proclaimed and protected major watersheds, regular rainfall and six major river systems.
  • Under French administration the town has been rebuilt, placed (1905) in railway communication with the coast, and given an ample water supply by the sinking of artesian wells. Cited from The Project Gutenberg Encyclopedia Volume 1 of 28
  • Ample water supply exists both for hydraulic mining and reef-working; there are good sites for all necessary machinery and building, and timber as usual is to be had in any quantity that may be required. Cited from To The Gold Coast for Gold, Vol. II, by Burton and Cameron
  • The ample water supply supports a verdant maquis.
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