He leaned his head back and closed his eyes; and like a child, crying, that forgets its grief in watching the sunlight percolate through
the tear-dimmed films over the pupils, so Martin forgot his sickness, the presence of Ruth, everything, in watching the masses of vegetation, shot through hotly with sunshine that took form and blazed against this background of his eyelids.
But salt deposits require water to percolate through
rocks for millions of years, Christensen says.
When the eyelid is closed, scintillating pin-pricks of light percolate through
the lenses, creating magical luminous patterns and effects.
Clearly inspired by events in the Middle East, the works by Dominic McGill and Siemon Allen that make up the recent show "Pop Agenda" use a pop-cultural idiom to offer a glimpse of how political, economic, and social issues get transformed as they percolate through
mass media and culture.
The most compelling aspect of the work by Yen's group is its simplicity, he says, adding that he'd like to know how far the superoxides could percolate through
If ice is regarded as a random mix of brine pockets and ice particles of equal size, the simple percolation model says sea ice should be at least 25 percent brine before salty water can percolate through
Then, she waits as the wastes percolate through
the ground and into the sea.