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slosh

a popular dance with a traditional routine of steps, kicks, and turns performed in lines
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There is currently no official Guinness World Record for the biggest joint Slosh but GWR officials have confirmed to Stirling Council that a record attempt would require a minimum of 500 participants.
As the fluid comes into contact with the tank wall, there is a force from the tank onto the element and the equal and opposite reaction force is the slosh force.
He reported a correlation between slosh noise and dynamic pressure fluctuations.
STEADY AS SHE GOES--The Persian year ends with an OPEC barrel continuing to slosh around at a price in the seventies.
Criteria used to define the Old CHHA in the study area were, for: * Indian River County: (i) entire barrier island; (* ii) western boundary of the Category 1 storm surge (based on SLOSH data); and no rivers (Indian River Comprehensive Plan, 2005); * Martin County: (i) areas west of the Atlantic Ocean to the Intracoastal Waterway; (ii) all mobile and manufactured home parcels; and (iii) residential parcels within half a mile from Indian River, the North and South Fork of St.
It was later found that this event was caused by excessive fuel slosh, reinforcing concern about this phenomenon.
RiskMeter Online's storm-surge report is based on the SLOSH (Sea, Lake, and Overland Surges from Hurricanes) model.
Every team favours the top of the ground, no team likes playing in slosh
Come back, slosh the gun around without spilling any liquid and get lost again.
Sometimes you have to take little sips, slosh it around and let the flavor sink in.
As molten, metallic seas slosh around its interior.