flow in(to) (something)

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flow in(to) (something)

To rush into something in a smooth, fluid manner, as of a liquid. We watched the tributary as it flowed into the river. I didn't consciously think of those images—it's like they just flowed into my head, and then I captured them in my poem.
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flow in(to) something

to course into something; to pour into something. The words flowed into my head, and I felt like I could write again. The water flowed in when I opened the door on the flood.
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Most often, it is assumed that after the choke, metal flowing into the runner completely fills the runner as it progresses toward the first gate.
Both material flows are then divided by half, with 50% flowing into the cavities of the planetary gearing and the remaining 50% being pressed into the internal gearing.
Faced with state and federal lawsuits, the sugarcane industry has drastically reduced the amount of phosphorus flowing into the Everglades during the past few years, says Aumen.
In the mass-flow method [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 3 OMITTED], the test part is pressurized and any leakage is compensated naturally by air flowing into the test part from the source, which can be a reference-volume reservoir pressurized along with the part or an air-supply line whose pressure is controlled by a regulator.
A question arose as to when air and sand actually began flowing into the corebox, and why did the cavity pressure remain so low.
When the pressure source is closed off, any leakage in the test part is naturally compensated for by air flowing into it from the control reservoir.