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  • n  a stretch of turbulent water in a river or the sea caused by one current flowing into or across another current
  • n  actions counter to the main group activity

  • But cathodic protection creates a countercurrent, which flows from an anode placed near the pipeline, through the soil and directly onto the pipeline itself, effectively zapping .
  • Despite the natural assumption that such popularity must be deserved, the Pill has provoked an almost equally strong countercurrent of opposition and denunciation.
  • The authors point out that even as Western Europe and America began evolving into liberal democracies with capitalist economies, a countercurrent of opposition accused the newly .

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