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AQUA. Water. This word is used in composition, as aquae ductus, &c. 2. It is a rule that water belongs to the land which it covers, when it is stationary: aqua cedit solo. But the owner of running water, or of a water course, cannot stop it the inferior inheritance having a right to the flow: aqua currit et debet currere, ut currere solebat.

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Dark aquas suit a more traditional setting, while pale hues are particularly good for brightening a north facing room.
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Blues, violets and turquoises are all hot news, as well as fresher, cooler violets and aquas," says Jenni.
Perrone is a skilled and unusual colorist, playing the dense ochers and blacks of African fabrics against mauves, corals, aquas, and such, which combine far more vibrantly than their medium tones might promise, and bump against the brighter, clearer tones of the ceramics.
Aquas said '2016 was a record-breaking year in terms of revenues, net income, assets, and net worth,' hence last year was 'our best year so far in terms of reinforcing our stability and financial strength.'
Cathy chose Confetti (Quick Quilts, August/September 2012) and selected blues, greens, and aquas to honor the recipient's love of water.
Returning to the true definition of spa, "sanitas per aquas," Latin for "healing by waters," treatments and services incorporate the principles of hydrating the body to promote wellness and renewal.
com has a fabulous collection of delicate lemon yellows and aquas that create a fragile, sensuous ambience in a room.
This year ocean colours - aquas, sea greens and blues - are on-trend shades and give a serene vibe that's ideal for summer rooms.
Soft greens such as duck egg, pale aquas and opal have been used alongside warm dusky pinks and pale aubergines together with earthy tones.
Royal Doulton's Jubilee brings in softer shades, with pastel blues, greens, aquas and yellows.
Greens, aquas and pinks are the key shades, and if you can't bear them on walls - since wallpaper is firmly back in fashion - you could at least feature them in accessories.