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rill

1. a brook or stream; rivulet
2. a small channel or gulley, such as one formed during soil erosion
3. one of many winding cracks on the moon

rill

[ril]
(astronomy)
A crooked, narrow crack on the moon's surface; may be a kilometer or more in width and a few to several hundred kilometers in length. Also spelled rille.
(geology)
A small, transient runnel.
(hydrology)
A small brook or stream.
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Rill erodibility of concentrated flow is greatly influenced by soil properties.
population made up of people ages 18 to 65 will be falling, Rill says.
For strong lines leave a rill unplanted, or use it to make a channel of water planting.
Many of the 64 active clients have other family members providing the ongoing advocacy and just want By Their Side there as a resource in case they run into problems," Rill points out.
Yn ogystl 'i llwyddint prsonol, m ann wdi ysbrydoli rill i ddysgu trwy i gwith fl drlithydd c yn fwy diwddr trwy i gwith gyd chlybiu plnt c iunctid.
Douglas Rill, a realtor with Century 21 America's Choice Realty in West Palm Beach, said the county's condo market is nine months past its January bottom, citing data from the county's Multiple Listing Service.
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Furrow stream dynamics differ greatly from rill streams.
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Rill erosion is the detachment and transport of soil by a concentrated flow of water.
No bona fide sale: The court also found that the Tax Court did not err in determining that the transfer to the FLP was not a bona fide sale, even though the IRS had conceded that there was adequate and Rill consideration.