losing stream


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losing stream

[′lüs·iŋ ‚strēm]
(hydrology)
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Anyhow, PTM is losing stream because people have starting understanding its shenanigans.
And they should also pay attention to what's losing stream here.
(72) However, if the precipitation and snowmelt patterns of the area are altered as a result of climate change and the aquifer is not replenished to its historical levels, the water table may drop below the level of the river, turning it into a "losing stream." (73) This potential change in the water table level would consequently cause the pumping from the well to diminish the amount of water in the river.
Mumbai: The market seemed to be losing stream at higher levels on profit-booking by wary operators after recent strong record breaking bull run which took both the key indices to their dizzy heights, as much awaited correction might have set in with the benchmark S&P BSE Sensex declining by 55 points to close at 27,265.32, despite better Asia cues amid frenzied buying by foreign funds.
The Green Archers dropped to 2-2, after abruptly losing stream down the stretch despite leading by as many as 13.
and European economies may be losing stream, said Satoru Ogasawara, economist at Credit Suisse.
Karst watersheds with significant losing stream reaches represent a particularly vulnerable setting for ground water contamination because of the direct connection to surface water.
new home sales and durable goods orders, released the previous day, helped to cap the dollar's upside against the yen as the reports increased concern that the world's largest economy may be losing stream, dealers said.
Stocks opened lower and expanded losses, with techs and autos losing stream as the U.S.
Basins containing losing streams also are more likely to be areas where significant groundwater recharge is occurring.