lost stream

lost stream

[′lȯst ′strēm]
(hydrology)
A stream that disappears from the surface into an underground channel without reappearing in the same or even a neighboring drainage basin.
An evaporated stream in a desertlike region.
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It's an effort to restore lost stream habitat and improve aquatic conditions linked to the Chugach Electric Association's Cooper Lake Hydroelectric project.
currency lost stream in Tokyo trading as caution persisted that Bernanke -- at a conclave in Jackson Hole, Wyoming on Friday -- may hint at a third round of quantitative easing, analysts said.
Where do you invest the lump sum to replace the lost stream of income?
If the Clives and the Amrits of this world would deign to look about them, they would find that, despite the deserted landscape of their solitary existence, there's an endearing mid-course where they just might possibly discover an oasis wherein flows the lost stream of camaraderie.
First, using a spreadsheet program, the CPA expert projects the lost stream of future income to create a model that shows lost net profits.
Pfeifer, the United States Supreme Court instructed that the first step is to identify the lost stream of real income.
Samsung LYNK's [TM] software solution allows a lost stream to be restarted and remedied as an isolated incident, without any additional guest disruption.
dollar lost stream Thursday in Tokyo following its surge to a one-month high overnight in New York and traded in a tight range in the lower 82 yen level throughout the day with its upside capped by selling from Japanese exporters.
He or she may then find it necessary to sell more bonds to replace the lost stream payment, thus prematurely depleting the requisite funds to continue their income replacement to the end of their worklife expectancy.
The yield on the benchmark 10-year Japanese government bond closed slightly down Thursday after early bond buying lost stream on a rebound in Tokyo stocks.
The market later lost stream, led by losses in brokerage, real estate and other recent major gainers.
But it lost stream later in the morning due to profit-taking, and stayed almost flat slightly below the 112 yen line for the rest of the day.