flowing : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n the motion characteristic of fluids (liquids or gases)
- v move or progress freely as if in a stream
- v move along, of liquids
- v cause to flow
- v be abundantly present
- v fall or flow in a certain way
- v cover or swamp with water
- v undergo menstruation
- s designed or arranged to offer the least resistant to fluid flow
- Mediating debates on everything from a particular Bible translation to the acceptability of free-flowing Pentecostal spirituality, Packer helps unify a community that could easily .
- Theyre flowing, on average, about twice as fast as they were a decade ago and even back then, says glacier expert Julian Dowdeswell, of the University of Cambridge, "I was .
- If you live close to a volcano, you have to be worried about flowing lava, flowing mud.
- Barack Obama in EasyBourse.com
I'm absolutely confident that credit's going to be flowing again......that businesses are going to see opportunities for investment, they're going to start hiring again,Obama said.
- Michelle Smith in Newsweek
The ability of AIG to meet its obligations is important to the stability of the US financial system and to getting credit flowing to households and businesses,Federal Reserve spokeswoman Michelle Smith said.
- Charles Schumer in BusinessWeek
It is only strong legislation that will get the Chinese to change and will stop jobs and wealth from flowing out of America as a result of unfair trade policies,Schumer said.