steady flow


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steady flow

[′sted·ē ′flō]
(fluid mechanics)
Fluid flow in which all the conditions at any one point are constant with respect to time.
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Physically, he saw them bathed in that steady flow of yellow light which filled the long oblongs of the windows; in their movements they were beautiful; and in their speech he figured a reserve of meaning, unspoken, but understood.
Business has a regular customer base which provides a steady flow of income.
The FTA says that the steady flow of firms going out of business will become a deluge in 2009.
3 : showing little change <a steady flow of water> <I found a steady job.>
HALF-WAY through Mozart Year and the steady flow of Amadeus releases continues.
"The nonferrous prices are bringing in a steady flow, and a lot of these folks load a little sheet iron onto their trucks as well," says a recycler in the Great Lakes region.
And Susan Schmidt, a reporter at The Washington Post, often seemed little more than a stenographer for the steady flow of damaging leaks engineered by Ken Starr's office.
maintaining a relatively steady flow of illegal immigrants of 250,000 to 300,000 per year from countries all over the world, the actual immigration rate is an estimated one to three million per year, mainly poor Hispanics.
In remote uplands, a steady flow of injured villagers continued to seek medical attention.
There was not a great deal of traffic at the time but a steady flow of cars.
"Our office experiences a steady flow of leasing activity in the Bridgewater area.
Having your local non-profit set up an endowment for the school system can guarantee a steady flow of funds across the years.