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H2O is the scientific name for water. it can be used for many things in science and in everyday life such as diluting solutions, bathing, cleaning wounds, and is necessary for sustaining animal life.

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Years ago, when a player played golf, he had a caddy and the caddy had an assistant, the fore caddy. The fore caddy used to stand down the fairway and watch where the ball went, when the player hit, they used to shout 'fore' to let the fore caddy know the ball was coming. It is now a term used to let other players know that a ball may come near them.

H2o is used to give you energy its sort of like water in fact it is water which is why you have drinks called h2o and stuff like that

It forms from co2 the h2o in the ozone combines with co2 and h2o to create ion and that is used in dooms day weapons It forms from co2 the h2o in the ozone combines with co2 and h2o to create ion and that is used in dooms day weapons

it is used fore container of the solution to be centifuge

Mr- Fore by Fore - 1944 was released on: USA: 7 July 1944

The word fore doesn't have a definition in the US language. The term fore is used, without the s. There is an Italian engineer company named, Fores Engineering.

The word "fore" can be a noun, adjective, or adverb. All have a common definition meaning front or beginning. It is a rarely used word. The word "for" is a very common word and is a preposition. It is generally used as a function to indicate purpose.

there is one fore used in automotive industry which is used all the time and that is friction. hope i helped

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Water is usually used as a solvent.

It is "Fore", not "four", hence not "five" either. The "Fore" comes from the old use of "Fore-caddies" who were down the fairway looking for the golfers ball coming down the fairway from the tee. The golfer would yell "Fore" telling the "Fore-caddie" that the ball was on the way. Now, of course, "Fore" means "Watch out! Ball is coming your way."

The fore most part of a vessel is the bow

It is Fore e.g I am against them or I am Fore them.

Fore is to aft as front is to rear.

Féchín of Fore died in 665.

Homophones for "for" are fore and four.

1 mole H2O = 18.0153g H2O 75g H2O x (1mol H2O/18.0153g H2O) = 4.2mol H2O

H2O is the chemical formula for water. The more complicated, but less used, name for this compound is dihydrogen monoxide.

Homophones of "four" include "for" and "fore."Four and for and fore

The duration of Fore Play is 1.25 hours.

Kenneth Fore has written: 'Mossback'

H2O (water) is used to repel heat.

because there used to be a sport were people would shoot them fore points

fore-check (fôrchk, fr-) intr.v.fore-checked, fore-check·ing, fore-checksTo check an ice-hockey opponent in the opponent's own defensive zone To break into the oppositions zone and set up strategiacally to steal the puck back and get a shot on net.

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