cross-current

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cross-current

[ˈkrɒsˈkʌrənt] Ncontracorriente f
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Ossipon looked hurriedly both ways before stepping out into the cross-currents, but the Professor was already out of sight.
That flood was no more than comes every five years-- a handful of drowned strangers, some chickens, and a dead bullock in muddy water with cross-currents.
Shadows seemed to come and go in them as if the steady flame of her soul had been made to vacillate at last in the cross-currents of poisoned air from the corrupted dark immensity claiming her for its own, where virtues themselves fester into crimes in the cynicism of oppression and revolt.
The Rainforest trail is an experiential journey through 16 unique hydrothermal therapy experiences*: Rain Walk, Sole Therapy, Aroma Steam, Nature's Glow & Touch, Bucket Drench Shower, Sensory Shower, Affusion Shower, Brine Cavern, Grotto Steam, Ice Igloo, Herbal Sauna, Sauna, Tropical Rain Shower, Sole Therapy Cross-Current Walk, Vitality Pool and Hammam.
The Rainforest trail is an experiential journey through 16 unique hydrothermal therapy experiences: Rain Walk, Sole Therapy, Aroma Steam, Nature's Glow & Touch, Bucket Drench Shower, Sensory Shower, Affusion Shower, Brine Cavern, Grotto Steam, Ice Igloo, Herbal Sauna, Sauna, Tropical Rain Shower, Sole Therapy Cross-Current Walk, Vitality Pool and Hammam.
A cross-current of religious fervour and devotions can be tracked from pulpit to print and back again with an explosion in disseminating images often derived from higher art but given intimate and crudely powerful expression through woodcuts, often on single sheets of paper.
To begin the morning's fishing, we each selected a different color shad dart and cast the darts upstream and cross-current, being sure to maintain a tight line while the darts swept downstream of the boat.
It can be set up for counter-current or cross-current operation for both bath and continuous operation modes.
Although there may be many reasons for oversupply, a common cross-current tends to be the availability of capital, the length of the local development cycle, and the exuberance of developers in general.
This so-called cross-current recycling principle comes from the textile industry and was originally developed for fabric drying.
From the word go it allowed the young conductor, James Lowe, to show his considerable mettle as he deftly navigated the orchestra through storm and cross-current to bring us securely into the serenity of Fingal's Cave.
Neubauer explores the intertwined cross-currents between music and literary culture in the Romantic 19th century, linking fields such as musical criticism, musical novellas, the romanticization of the driven virtuoso, music-critical historicism in the period of nationalizing states, and the challenges posed to the Romantic composers by the idealization of the oral bedrock of vernacular-national cultures.