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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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3) Using substances toxic to eukaryotic organisms to control biofilm predators and also to increase nitrification rates in the trickling filter.
Existing civil works in the form of the old trickling filters' superstructures were rejuvenated to house the new generation treatment process.
Aid was trickling in Thursday to Indonesia's Mentawai islands three days after a powerful earthquake-triggered tsunami devastated the area leaving over 300 dead, officials said.
A little later the blood dried but it soon started trickling down from the hands and heart of another portrait.
At one level, the work probed this notion: The signboard's trickling spots, for example, were actually a "transcription" of rain running down a glass pane.
It is comforting that the rewards of our heightened economic output finally show some sign of trickling down to those who can benefit from it the most.
A small Texas city saved over 75 percent in construction costs by upgrading its existing trickling filter plant and installing a used package wastewater treatment plant, The combined effluent of both plants is producing consistently compliant effluent.
A strawroofed hut and an overhanging cone of netting with feathers occasionally trickling through it also outfit the space in which an oversize, realistic insect (sculpted by Anneli Arms) stands frozen.
Furnishing and delivery of Rotary Distributor Equipment for new Trickling Filter No.
The traffic was said to be trickling along as rush-hour motorists tried to get past the blockage between J33 and J32A.
Trickle down" economics don't pack much punch either with people who feel they've waited long enough without any sight of them actually trickling.