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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishaqueousa‧que‧ous /ˈeɪkwiəs, ˈækwiəs/ adjective technical  WATERcontaining water or similar to water
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aqueousThe living amphibians have turned the limitations of the aqueous connection to advantage.Behind the retina lies the anterior chamber, filled with the aqueous humour.The aqueous phase of margarine contains water and / or milk or milk products.The book is divided into two distinct parts, one describing analysis of aqueous samples and the other analysis of solid matrices.Distamycin A tends to lack stability in aqueous solution and it is not recommended to store it in solution.Planks and logs are being saturated, not with water but with aqueous solutions of heat-setting resins.Administration of 5 units of aqueous vasopressin subcutaneously should maximally stimulate urinary concentration.
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