Recent Examples of hydrant from the Web
Avoid other finable violations by paying the right amount at meters and not parking within 5 feet of driveways, 15 feet of fire hydrants, 20 feet of crosswalks, or 30 feet of stop and yield signs.
Then in early 1979, as though someone removed the cap from a fire hydrant, a stream of information burst back toward Earth.
With no water hydrants in the immediate area, fire crews from Prairie Township Fire Protection District and Central Jackson County Fire Protection District were called to bring additional water to the scene.
The suspect crashed into a fire hydrant at 147th and Wood streets in Harvey and fled on foot.
Pull the leg back towards the body then lift the right knee out to the side, keeping a 90-degree angle at the knee (picture a dog at a fire hydrant).
His own giant photo is located on a wall outside the park between Jake Arrieta's and Baez's, right behind a yellow fire hydrant.
Authorities will monitor for illegal parking, which includes drivers who block driveways and sidewalks or fire hydrants.
A Sweetwater Authority spokewoman said the discolored water was likely caused by opening and shutting gate valves and fire hydrant valves in the system and repair work.
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First Known Use of hydrant
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Definition of hydrant for Students
- a fire hydrant
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