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inflowing

(ˈɪnˌfləʊɪŋ)
adj
flowing into a place
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.inflowing - flowing inward
incoming - arriving at a place or position; "incoming class"; "incoming mail"
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The cold snap at the end of the week appears to have moved the fish away from the cooler inflowing water but has also put the bigger fish on the prowl with several anglers reporting loosing big fish.
The cold snap appears to have moved the fish away from the cooler inflowing water but has also put bigger fish on the prowl, with several anglers reporting losing big fish.
One life line that Lebanese economy depended on was the money inflowing from abroad which was estimated at eight billion USD annually.
Transitional millisecond pulsars provide us with a unique laboratory to study the interaction between the matter inflowing towards the NS, its rotating magnetosphere and the outgoing radiation, particle wind and jets.
increase in inflowing water in the area where the generation units
Moreover, the control of the liquid temperature is acting as an additional process parameter since the actual preform temperature is influenced by the temperature of the inflowing liquid.
The spillover of the Middle East conflicts, Arab/Muslim asylum seekers inflowing Europe illegally through the sea?
They affect the estuary into which river flows by disrupting the natural mix of salt water and inflowing freshwater [kandpal, et al.
Gravity causes the protostar to shrink, and the gravitational energy lost by the inflowing matter turns into heat, causing the centre of the globule to become very hot.
Reduced Maintenance - No flushing system means no need for inflowing water pipes and valves that run the high risk of leaking.