Circumfluence


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Cir`cum´flu`ence


n.1.A flowing round on all sides; an inclosing with a fluid.
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This result may be ascribed to recurrence, resulting in damage to the lymphatic vessels and lymphatic circumfluence obstacle, which consequently led to elephantiasis-like extremities.
During circumfluence of block surface by fluid with the temperature [T.
32) Here the notion of turning suggests not a static union -- like two statues facing each other -- but rather a dynamic circumfluence, an encompassing of one within the other, twining in and out, like the steps of a dance.