onflow

onflow

(ˈɒnˌfləʊ)
n
a flowing on of something, or the act of flowing on
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Thus, the results obtained using tide gauge observation is distorted by onflow phenomena, salty changes, sea currents, wind directions and other factors.
Such a useless war, all for the glory of that detested military caste of Germany that thousands of our very best manhood must be sacrificed to stem the onflow of the Huns.
It notably stressed on the necessity of organizing the onflow of Syrian displaced into Lebanon, in terms of controlling borders.
where: [NCF.sub.i] = net cash flow relative to point in time i; [CI.sub.i] = cash onflow relative to point in time i; [CO.sub.i] = cash outflow relative to point in time i; n = concession period; i = discount rate.
The lines coloured pink, green and dark blue represent the backflow from the beach; lines coloured black, brown and light blue represent the onflow towards the beach.
The lines coloured pink, green and dark blue represent the backflow from the beach and the lines coloured black, brown and light blue represent the onflow towards the beach.
I was moved by the sheer effort and sincerity displayed in your research and the onflow of activity from it.
In ARGUMENT, attribution of 'phrases'--in the usual textbook sense-is thwarted by an onflow of slippery multivalent successions.
The young woman feels that she is growing older, aging by having to bear this hurt so early in life by an abrupt gap in the onflow of her short-lived happiness.