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trickling

[′trik·liŋ]
(computer science)
The temporary transfer of momentarily unneeded data from main storage to secondary storage devices.
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"Since December 2018, not a single household in the Agricultural region has had their water reduced to a trickle due to the non-payment of bills.
Dr Scott Bambrick, a business expert at Manchester Metropolitan University, added: "This trickles down all the way to the white van man and the trickle-down effect will reverberate to all corners of the country.
UNHCR, with support from Trickle Up, has adapted the Graduation Approach to meet the long-term needs of refugees.
When the people at the top of our business empires and banking institutions control the trickle, principles of trust and justice are vulnerable to being corrupted, but the abuse of that trust does not necessarily equate to injustice.
TOM: While you can buy your own trickle charger at Sears, it's so inconvenient and undignified to have to open the hood and hook it up.
Researchers have for many years attempted to harvest energy from our everyday movements to allow us to trickle charge electronic devices while we are walking without the need for expensive and cumbersome gadgets such as solar panels or hand-cranked chargers.
Banbury-based Glazpart recently launched a new range of plastic injection moulded trickle ventilators, which it says meet the needs of today's building designers, window fabricators and installers.
All it has produced is a trickle and we are tired of getting trickled on," Engel said.
TRICKLE DOWN TYRANNY: CRUSHING OBAMA'S DREAM OF THE SOCIALIST STATES OF AMERICA offers political collections a call to arms attacking Obama's policies and years in office, and will especially appeal to holdings catering to right-wing readers.
The pair are current world champions and tipped for stardom by Romero, who feels they have benefited from the "trickle down" effect that comes from Olympic success.
All the 'trickle down' and 'trickle up' theories have done is to make sure that wealth flows, not trickles, to the advanced economies and nothing but poverty trickles down to us.
Based on the product manager's recommendations, Schaffer made the decision to replace Wagner Quarry's problematic rotary airlock valves with low-cost trickle valves.