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  • It had a water purification system but it has been lost with the time.
  • Before purification, no one is allowed in the house except the parents.
  • This work became the basis for present day systems of municipal water purification.
  • The team brought four water purification units and provided medical, engineering and communication services.
  • Purification, usually with water, is thus a typical feature of most religious action.
  • The water from a well is always the best water and does not require purification.
  • Choice of a starting material is key to the design of a purification process.
  • After product development, the next step is purification of product for desired quality.
  • The expanded facility has recently been recognized for its state-of-the-art air purification system, winning several national awards.
  • Much of this makes its way back into the river after purification in wastewater treatment plants.
  • If it was kept a purification ceremony took place on the fifth or seventh day after birth.
  • It is used in a variety of applications, such as food, air, and water purification.
  • The purification of the body is performed through burning white paper.
  • A water purification system allows the vessels to be somewhat independent for longer periods of time.
  • The processes below are the ones commonly used in water purification plants.
  • It was self-contained with its own power station, water purification plant and sewage farm.
  • It is one of the methods used in the purification of water.
  • The quality of the town water is high after the installation of a purification system.
  • They said they were protecting a native burial ground and water purification plant.
  • The purification ceremony, in case of normal death is observed on the seventh day after death.
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Words starting with purification

Meaning of purification

  • noun The act of cleaning by getting rid of impurities
  • noun A ceremonial cleansing from defilement or uncleanness by the performance of appropriate rites
  • noun The act of purging of sin or guilt; moral or spiritual cleansing
    purification through repentance