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see ping

  • v  pass gradually or leak through or as if through small openings
  • s  leaking out slowly

  • The sport, sometimes called free running, has been seeping into American consciousness in recent years via upwards of 25,000 YouTube clips as well as more mainstream forms of .
  • At first, the only signs of life are the smoke of cooking fires seeping through thatched roofs and the muffled clatter of food being prepared.
  • Earlier this week, with reports of their plight seeping onto Internet forums, the two journalists set up a blog to tell their side of the story.
News & Articles

  • Port of Vancouver holds workshop as it weighs Tesoro plan
    In the past two years, crude oil has become the top problem in terms of hazardous materials seeping from rail cars as trains haul commodities across U.S. and Canadian railroads, a federal official told the Port of Vancouver on Tuesday.
    June 12, 2013 - The Columbian
  • 10 activities senior citizens can do this summer in Las Vegas
    Temperatures are in the triple digits, teenagers are rambunctiously celebrating their summer vacation and tourists are slowly seeping into your favorite Las Vegas haunts. Tired of wearing out a seat at the bingo hall this summer? Here are 10 activities for seniors in Las Vegas.
    June 8, 2013 - Las Vegas Sun

  • Sherry Rehman in Daily Times
    There was a bullet wound I saw that went in from the back of her head and came out the other side. We could not even wash her properly because the wound was still seeping. She lost a huge amount of blood,Sherry explained.
  • Harriet Harman in Times Online
    Whether an emergency starts with a terrorist's biowarfare assault or a contagious disease seeping through a hospital's air ducts, time is of the essence. This system promises to give citizens and emergency workers in these scenarios the extra... Judge Alex Kozinski Times of India Jul 5, 2008 87522 116988 seeping Harman, who is also Leader of the House of Commons, added: I met someone in her 70s who was trapped for 30 minutes with smoke seeping under door because she couldn't get to the central stairwell. The fire was between her and the way out of the...

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