from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Potable water.
- n. Water treated to remove salts or noxious inclusions.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A variety of white grape, having a sweet watery juice; -- also called white sweetwater, and white muscadine.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A white variety of the European grape, with notably sweet juice. It is among those varieties which are most grown in hothouses.
- n. In sugar-manuf, exhaust-steam from the vacuum-pans which contains more or less entrained syrup.
- n. A manufacturers' name for the aqueous solution of glycerin which is a by-product of the lime saponification of fats in preparing the fatty acids for candle-making.
The site is in fledgling stages, so info and photos are lacking a bit, but I do think this site needs to branch out into sweetwater.
Just testing something ... by sweetwater station on Wednesday, Jan 7, 2009 at 8: 23: 25 PM
Yep by sweetwater station on Wednesday, Jan 7, 2009 at 8: 25: 51 PM
The comments are as good a read as the article! by sweetwater station on Wednesday, Jan 7, 2009 at 8: 15: 29 PM
From out of the cottonwoods down by the river, a soft breeze blows that Western perfume of sweetwater and hay.
A Jesuit father who knew them well, Barthélemy Vimont, wrote that Nicollet was “delegated to a journey to the people called the Gens de Mer,” the People of the Sea who lived beyond the sweetwater sea.34
Both places had protected harbors, defensible ground, sweetwater streams, abundant timber, fertile soil, and natural beauty.
They moved into the shelter of the big trees and found a flat, grassy space near the center where a spring fountained into a sweetwater pond.
The settlement is located on the fringe of Chalbi Desert, having appeared there long ago by reason of sweetwater springs.
Picking up the jug again, he stepped off of the rise and sank up to his chest in the swamp's rot-smelling ooze, and half-paddled, half-walked his way through the bulb lillies to the nearest of the ripples marking the sweetwater.
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