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inflowing

(ˈɪnˌfləʊɪŋ)
adj
flowing into a place
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Adj.1.inflowing - flowing inward
incoming - arriving at a place or position; "incoming class"; "incoming mail"
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Inflowing TSM was positively correlated with conductivity, TOC, all phytoplankton parameters, and both main nutrients, and negatively with discharge.
The outflow pressure within the central retinal vein is much lower than the inflowing artery, to a point where it is almost coincident with intraocular pressure (IOP), making it partly responsible for observable SVP.
Aerodynamics data for 4 cases are presented here: baseline, inflowing rear rims, sharper diffuser, and strakes.
It stands out not only for its environmental heterogeneity, with sandy beaches, rocky reefs, mangrove forests and many inflowing rivers, but also for its location, surrounded by one of the most urbanized areas of Brazil, inhabited by 11 million people (IBGE, 2015).
The holy sweet inflowing, which is consciousness, which is bliss, which will forever abide--that singularity of awareness, the purity of simply being: that is me--tells the saint.
A supermassive black hole within one of the clusters produced a magnetic funnel that accelerated some of the inflowing gas particles away from the black hole's vicinity in the form of a high-speed jet.
Additionally, hot-wire anemometers calculate the velocity of a flow by a temperature drop of the electrically heated wire caused by the convective heat loss to the inflowing air (ISO 2007).
The Artemia disappeared suddenly in 1980s, coinciding with the human occupation of the inflowing river.
The Macedonian economy in 2017 could achieve an economic growth higher than the projected one of 3 percent if the political crisis is resolved in December, Finance Minister Kiril Minoski told the Voice of America, speaking about the economic policies carried out by the Government and their effects, as well as about the inflowing foreign investments and the creation of new jobs.
The modern state-sponsored archive emerges out of a slowly evolving discourse of archival rules and codes, whereas community archives are more loosely organized to allow for openness of the organization, inflowing materials, and fluctuating volunteers who might not have completely internalized the order of things.
These include iconic rivers such as the Mitchell, Tambo and Nicholson, alongside the Avon-Perry, Latrobe-Thomson, both ends of the McLennan Straits and several inflowing creeks.
The Burt-Mullett Lake system and drainages would represent a separate, reasonably distinct, hydrologic unit more dominated by regional groundwater inputs and inflow from the Maple River and other inflowing streams and rivers (Figs.