pour in


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pour in

 (to something)
1. Lit. to flow or flood into something. The rain poured into the open window. I left the window open and the rain just poured in.
2. Fig. [for people or things] to continue to arrive in great numbers. Complaints poured into the television station after the scandalous broadcast. Cards and letters are still pouring in.
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Pour in boiling chicken stock; remove from heat, cover and let stand about 15 minutes.
So in anticipation of the change in INS policy and pushed by the welfare reform law, the applications began to pour in - and stack up.