subsequent stream

subsequent stream

[′səb·sə·kwənt ′strēm]
(hydrology)
A stream that flows in the general direction of the strike of the underlying strata and is subsequent to the formation of the consequent stream of which it is a tributary. Also known as longitudinal stream; strike stream.
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Given the massive publicity given to the Delhi rape case and subsequent stream of protests, women who take the law into their hands against rapists will likely gain much sympathy from a weary public.
Instead, car designers majored on utilising the spaciousness and practicality created in MPVs by transferring this philosophy to new models of the estate car genre, the result being a subsequent stream of quality station wagons of an even more roomy and practical nature.
Instead, car designers majored on utilising the spaciousness and practicality created in MPVs by transferring this philosophy to new models of the estate car genre - the result being a subsequent stream of quality station wagons of an even more roomy and practical nature.
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