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plash

[plash]
(hydrology)
A shallow, standing, usually short-lived pool or small pond resulting from a flood, heavy rain, or melting snow.
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From the soothed sense of that false waking she passed to the real waking,--to the plash of water against the vessel, and the sound of a footstep on the deck, and the awful starlit sky.
Proud gleaming tops of flags and lance Were noted first as if by chance As onwards marched a massed advance - All the plash and splendour of toy romance A wondrous sight for some, but not for others.
Vikas Jha, founder of Plash Digital Labs, a company which builds mobile
According to Dan Plash, sales manager at Breit Technologies, the Cast and Cure process is "probably the least expensive, highest visual impact effect on any given label or carton that's out there today.
There were plenty of doubts raised when Sir Alex Ferguson decided to plash out A[pounds sterling]24 million on a 29-year-old with a history of injury problems.
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Feeling the buoyancy of the water was a thrill, tommy was clambering out of the pool again, ran a quick half circle, and smacked the water with a broken plash.
This study's results will be compared to robusticity analyses of collections from Florida, the Middle Tennessee Valley, and Plash Island, AL to illuminate regional variation in the Southeast.
Specifically, special educators leave their teaching positions at higher rates than their counterparts in general education, and often when they do leave, those special educators transfer to general education positions (Billingsley, 2003, 2004; Gersten, Keating, Yovanoff, & Harniss, 2001, Plash & Piotrowski, 2007).
Although Plash Art's dizzying effects are riveting, the video only feints at probing the limits of its medium.