cascade down


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Verb1.cascade down - rush down in big quantities, like a cascade
come down, descend, go down, fall - move downward and lower, but not necessarily all the way; "The temperature is going down"; "The barometer is falling"; "The curtain fell on the diva"; "Her hand went up and then fell again"
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If the eruption is vertical, it's possible pyroclastic flows or pyroclastic density currents may cascade down in all directions,' Solidum told a news conference, warning villagers and tourists not to venture into the no-go zones and airplanes to stay safely away from the crater and ash-laden winds.
A "WEALTH mountain" of more than PS400bn is set to cascade down from grandparents to younger generations in the coming years, an insurer has calculated.
The brilliant yellow and warming orange blooms of Begonia Illumination Apricot Shades F1 cascade down to create a riot of colour well into autumn.
If this is carried through, it could cascade down to cities all over the UK, sounding the death knell for millions of ageing diesel and petrol cars.
A little more of that money should cascade down to football's lowest levels.
Companies that undertake a disciplined program to improve engagement at all levels will see that improvements in engagement at the C suite level cascade down to the front line.
According to the company, Nicki performed a medley of her hits before visual artists turned the building into a living, breathing entity using CGI technology with 60ft waves appearing to cascade down the building.
Chamomile, feverfew, lemon balm and mint cascade down the sides of the garden walls, while garlic, Jerusalem artichokes, lavender, lettuce, peas, onions, sage and rosemary cover the top.
Multiple outdoor pools (of varying temps and with cute names like "Serendipity" and "Lobster Pot") cascade down the hillside to the San Juan River.
Beautifully photographed images of the many falls that simple cascade down from the tops of towering cliffs, Yosemite Valley's elegant waterfalls are gazed upon with awe and appreciation by millions of annual visitors.
Torrents of water cascade down the slopes alongside the 18th at Celtic Manor yesterday
To get the best out of the plant, it needs to be able cascade down a stony scree surface as it would in the wild or be allowed to fall over a wall edge into hot spring sunshine - this heat is what ripens the new shoots in summer and encourages flowering the following spring.