The MTA did try something similar on the west side yard of Penn Station: a giant tube full of water known as an aqua dam.
In this aqua blanket with its frayed edges I smelled home: warm laundry, bacon frying, coffee and cigarettes.
aqua Studio NYLocation: New York, NYPrice: $40 You could swim and you could bike, or you could cycle in the water.
From aqua Buddha to Wikileaks, 2010 gave us a bounty of new words for our political vocabulary.
Hence the composition was named aqua Tofania, aqua della Toffana, and acquetta di Napoli.
If the precipitate fails to dissolve, it is treated with aqua regia.
The elder Calabrian, whom they addressed as Cristofano, asked for a glass of aqua vit, which he handed respectfully to me.
Ruins of it, as well as of the aqua Claudia, exist at the present day.
That was all they wanted: their continual allowance of aqua vitae.
A print from it, in aqua fortis, by Alessio Loyr, is mentioned Lett.
"water," late 14c.; see aqua-. Used in late Middle English in combinations to mean "decoction, solution" (cf. aqua regia, a mix of concentrated acids, literally "royal water," so called for its power to dissolve gold and other "noble" metals). As the name of a light greenish-blue color, 1936.
word-forming element meaning "water," from Latin aqua "water; the sea; rain," cognate with Proto-Germanic *akhwo, source of Old English ea "river," Gothic ahua "river, waters," Old Norse Ægir, name of the sea-god, Old English ieg "island;" all from PIE *akwa- "water" (cf. Sanskrit ap "water," Hittite akwanzi "they drink," Lithuanian uppe "a river").