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1. A flowing outward.
2. Something that flows out or forth; an effluence.
3. A passing or an expiration, as of time.

[From Latin efflūxus, past participle of effluere, to flow out; see effluent.]

ef·flux′ion (ĭ-flŭk′shən) n.
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The article will suggest that, with a natural devolution of juridical personality to the most reasoning and legally competent persons always in operation, the sovereign could simply alter the effluxion of this devolution, by application of epideictic rhetoric.
If the award was issued otherwise than with an arbitration instrument or on the basis of an instrument which is invalid or has lapsed by effluxion of time, or if the arbitrator acted outside the scope of the instrument;
It is by effluxion of time that our present cadre of senior officers got to where they are now.
That MoU was amended from time to time, eventually expiring by effluxion of time in July 2010 and Enman Services Ltd was duly informed.
co / pxny5hpMy good pal John Donoghue AKA Effluxion finally drops his massive Blue Room track that we have been playing since November last year on Manchester's Sequential Records.