For instance, it has been reported that the cohesion between percolating
individualized whiskers is stronger than the cohesion between aggregates (11).
The compositions are packed with percolating
fluids, tubes and pipes, beakers and jars, insects and other nature specimens, and the faces of youngish men, seemingly borrowed from slightly outdated clip art.
The bacteria might break down minerals and plant remains originally buried beneath the glacier or subsequently washed in by water percolating
through the ice, says Sharp.
The ramp's slope is adjusted to produce a discernible steepness towards the top, towards the percolating
He kicks off the recording with the percolating
"Rain Your Love Down" and "Edge of Eternity," both of which project Wonder's classic style and lyrics.
There's a lot of early-twentieth-century culture percolating
through Dzama's fertile imagination: comic books, serial Westerns, Surrealism, psychoanalysis.
"It seemed too much like playing with dolls," he confesses, acknowledging a discomfort with a "percolating
gay thing" as a factor in giving it up.
This suggests that the amino acids were inserted into the meteorite by Antarctic meltwater percolating
through the rock.
Luther Vandross joins Aretha for the percolating
duet, "Doctor's Orders," which he also produced.
You hear that noise on the sound track--the percolating
buzz of a crowd, with drinks flowing, talk popping, and dance music jerking you around, all bass and beat.
up from Earth's interior, hot, sulfurous water spews forth from seafloor cracks, providing a rich environment for these organisms.