Some articles on flows, flow:
... more resembles fluid behavior is called a flow ... These include avalanches, mudflows, debris flows, earth flow, lahars and sturzstroms ...
... Pistojoki (south-east of Kuusamo) - flows to the Kem River in Russia Lakes Muojärvi and Kuusamojärvi in Kuusamo Oulankajoki (north-east of Kuusamo) - flows to the ...
... The three-month-long plinian eruption in 1783 produced andesitic pumice falls, pyroclastic flows, lava flows, and enlarged the cone ... climactic eruption lasted for 15 hours and there were pumice falls and pyroclastic flows ... coarse pyroclastic ash near the vent and the subsequent flows of lava and these events which were accompanied by a high eruption plume which generated ...
... Mountains in eastern Albany County and flows 92.6 miles (149 km) ... It flows northeast, emerges from the mountains and flows past Chugwater, where it turns north-northwest, and flows past Slater ...
... It flows through several reservoirs, including the Lac de Monteynard-Avignonet ... It flows into the Isère near Grenoble ... The Drac flows through the following départements and towns Hautes-Alpes Saint-Bonnet-en-Champsaur Isère Corps, Grenoble The name of Drac, originally the Drau, is due to an attraction ...
Famous quotes containing the word flows:
“For even satire is a form of sympathy. It is the way our sympathy flows and recoils that really determines our lives. And here lies the vast importance of the novel, properly handled. It can inform and lead into new places our sympathy away in recoil from things gone dead. Therefore the novel, properly handled, can reveal the most secret places of life: for it is the passional secret places of life, above all, that the tide of sensitive awareness needs to ebb and flow, cleansing and freshening.”
—D.H. (David Herbert)
“To be an editor, as I was.
Then to lie here close by the river over the place
Where the sewage flows from the village,
And the empty cans and garbage are dumped,
And abortions are hidden.”
—Edgar Lee Masters (18691950)
“Through this broad street, restless ever,
Ebbs and flows a human tide,
Wave on wave a living river;
Wealth and fashion side by side;
Toiler, idler, slave and master, in the same quick current glide.”
—John Greenleaf Whittier (18071892)