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flow away

to course or move away. The floodwaters flowed away as fast as they had come. All the spilled water flowed away.
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This initially lowers the surface tension and gives a gradient that causes flow away from the edge, producing an offset bead.
He said at a news conference at Istanbul's Ataturk Airport, "the aid to Pakistan should be long-term and well-coordinated since problems will emerge after flood waters begin to flow away.
During this period, no exercise occurs, which would divert blood flow away from the intestines.
With much lower impedance and resistance than conventional technology, superconducting cables can be strategically placed in the electric grid to draw flow away from overtaxed conventional cables or overhead lines, thereby relieving network congestion and providing a more environmentally friendly power solution than copper-based systems.
On flow away, check the 3 gap on your side for counter or cutback, then pursue.
Mr Kilby, an professor in maternal and foetal medicine, said: 'This procedure allows us to use shunts to divert the flow away from the blockage, which also reduces the risk of impaired lung development.
The design of the diverter directs material flow away from the leading edge of the flapper vane, and an access door allows replacement of the flapper vane or seal, if necessary, without the removal of the diverter.
These dividers are manufactured with an alumina (aluminum oxide) ceramic sandwich construction that offers exceptional thermal performance with good heat flow away from the resistor element, minimizing the temperature rise in the resistor due to power dissipation.
Amber's father, Bill Miles, spent much of Thursday on a small bulldozer trying to pile mud into 45th Street West and redirect the water flow away from his and neighbors' yards.
This causes resources to flow away from teacher quality and toward other, more productive uses within the education system.
Andrew Brockbank of the National Trust, said: ``We have made the ramp steady with improved drainage so that when it rains, water will flow away naturally.
Mild stretching movements are used on the walls of the lymph collectors to redirect the flow away from the blocked areas into other vessels that drain the veins.
We must feel it and then let it flow away from us when it is possible.
Placement of the shunt creates a new fluid pathway for cerebrospinal fluid to flow away from the area around the brain and into the abdomen, draining the toxic substances thought to play a critical role in Alzheimer's dementia.
Will World Bank support and private capital start to flow away from dams and other big supply-side projects and toward conservation projects?