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tap water

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtap waterˈtap ˌwater noun [uncountable]  water that comes out of a tap rather than a bottle
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tap waterAlso, this technique requires the use of a contrast medium, in this case, tap water.They develop mainly in fresh tap water, especially if it contains a high percentage of calcium salts.Fresh tap water is usually heavily treated with chemicals and often chlorinated strongly enough actually to have a chemical smell.Pour hottest tap water into the larger baking pan to a depth of 1 inch.Given the quality of much tap water in recent years this point should be borne in mind when considering keeping this fish.This is not surprising, when you consider the life history of much of our tap water.And surely her ministers have convinced her that tap water really is safe and wholesome to drink.
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