from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. That part of a steam-boiler which lies below the steam-space, and is designed to hold the water to be evaporated.
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The North Atlantic Treaty Organization has a water-space management organization that acts as an underwater traffic control and lets national submarine operators avoid each other.
The buckets discharge through the annular water-space (4) between the tank and the generator (5).
In a voice no more than a husky, tremulous whisper, which was too low even to be intended to carry across the widening water-space, and therefore manifestly purposed for the establishment of her own conviction, she said:
This occurs again in the _elbow_ of Wellington Channel, and between Griffith's Island and Cape Bunny, where a narrowing strait, and the cross-tide of the channel towards the American coast, tie up the broad floes formed in the great water-space west of that point; and lastly, a similar choke takes place, apparently off the S.W. extreme of
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