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But we did not long stand to contemplate it, impatient as I was to reach the waters of the torrent which flowed beneath us.
He put the tools away, took a great drink of the water that again flowed through the pipes, and sat down on the bench by the open kitchen door.
Her hair was like spun gold and flowed around her in a cloud, no strand being fastened or confined by either pin or ornament or ribbon.
I remember another street, with quiet buildings on either side, and the panic that smote me into consciousness as again I saw the people of the abyss, but this time in a stream that flowed and came on.
Even ice begins with delicate crystal leaves, as if it had flowed into moulds which the fronds of waterplants have impressed on the watery mirror.
Liquid presence with a gas flow induces a DP meter to produce a higher differential pressure than would exist if the gas flowed alone.
Another idea was to change the way the material flowed into the problem bosses.
The test of the lower sands of the Admiral Formation ("100, 200 & 300 sands") flowed at an estimated rate of 77 Million cubic feet of gas per day through a 1 1/4" choke directly to the flare.
At worst, 95% of the material flowed into the innermost cavities.