floe vs flow

floe flow

Definitions

  • 1) A low, flat mass of floating ice.
  • 2) An ice floe.
  • 3) A segment that has separated from such an ice mass.
  • 4) (Zoöl.) a seal (Phoca fœtida).
  • 5) Ice formed by the freezing of the surface-water of the polar oceans, and subsequently broken up by the action of the winds and the waves into tabular masses of greater or less size; also, a piece of such ice.

Definitions

  • 1) A continuous movement or circulation.
  • 2) The rising of the tide.
  • 3) A continuous output or outpouring.
  • 4) Continuity and smoothness of appearance.
  • 5) An apparent ease or effortlessness of performance.
  • 6) A flood or overflow.
  • 7) The smooth motion characteristic of fluids.
  • 8) A residual mass that has stopped flowing.
  • 9) The sequence in which operations are performed.
  • 10) The amount that flows in a given period of time.
  • 11) A general movement or tendency.
  • 12) Menstrual discharge.
  • 13) A stream or current.
  • 14) In ceramics, the flux used to cause color to run and blend in firing.
  • 15) Figuratively, abundant influx or efflux; copiousness in emission, communication, or reception.
  • 16) In mech., the volume of fluid which flows through a passage of any given section in a unit of time.
  • 17) The rise of the tide: as, the daily ebb and flow.
  • 18) That part of an inclosed space, as a reservoir, along and from which a contained liquid is flowing.
  • 19) The act or state of flowing; a continuous passing or transmission, as of water or other fluid; movement in or as if in a current or stream: as, a flow of blood, oil, lava, or magnetism; the volume of flow in a river.
  • 20) That which flows, or results from flowing; a mass of matter moving or that has moved in a stream: as, to walk over a lava-flow.
  • 21) Any strong progressive movement, as of thought, language, trade, etc., comparable to the flow of a river; stream; current: as, a flow of eloquence; the flow of commodities toward a commercial center.
  • 22) A form of the obsolete preterit and past participle (flowen) of fly.
  • 23) Hence To proceed; issue; well forth: as, wealth flows from industry and economy.
  • 24) To move along, as water or other fluid, in a continuous succession or stream, by the force either of gravity or of impulse upon individual particles or parts; move in a current; stream; run: as, the river flows northward; venous blood flows from the extremities to the heart; the crowd flowed in a steady stream toward the point of attraction.
  • 25) To abound; have or be in abundance; be full: as, flowing cups or goblets.
  • 26) In the differential calculus, to enlarge (or diminish) continuously, that is, by infinitesimal increments (+ or —).
  • 27) To glide smoothly, without harshness or dissonance: as, a flowing period; flowing numbers.
  • 28) Cold; windy; boisterous; bleak: as, flow weather.
  • 29) To hang loose and waving: as, flowing skirts; flowing locks.
  • 30) To cause to flow.
  • 31) To menstruate.
  • 32) To arise; derive.
  • 33) To be abundant; teem.
  • 34) To proceed steadily and easily.
  • 35) To circulate, as the blood in the body.
  • 36) To release as a flow.
  • 37) To move from one place to another in large numbers.
  • 38) To exhibit a smooth or graceful continuity.
  • 39) To move with a continual shifting of component particles.
  • 40) To hang loosely and gracefully.
  • 41) To issue in a stream; pour forth.
  • 42) To rise. Used of the tide.
  • 43) To move or run smoothly with unbroken continuity, as in the manner characteristic of a fluid.
  • 44) To undergo plastic deformation without cracking or breaking. Used of rocks, metals, or minerals.

Examples

  • 1) said Richard, awkwardly leaping from ice floe to ice floe in the stream of the old man's consciousness.
  • 2) The fate of three men afloat on a floe is too horrible to think about.
  • 3) Maybe their new reporter/commentator, The Killer from Wasilla, could go camp out on an Arctic ice floe and report back to us on how the floe is doin’ sizewize ..
  • 4) Our floe is a heavy one and it withstood the blows it received.
  • 5) Hockey and football on the floe were our chief recreations, and all hands joined in many a strenuous game.
  • 6) Near the edge of the floe was a crack in the ice of considerable length, but only eighteen inches or two feet wide, and three or four feet deep.
  • 7) They have been recorded up to forty and even fifty miles in length, and they have been called floe bergs, because it was supposed that they froze first as ordinary sea-ice and increased by subsequent additions from below.
  • 8) Kalumah when questioned confirmed all that the Lieutenant had said, so that it appeared probable that the island would be drifted to the south like a huge ice-floe, that is to say, to the narrowest part of Behring Strait, which is much frequented in the summer by the fishermen of New Archangel, who are the most experienced mariners of those waters.
  • 9) _ -- Beset against a floe, which is in motion, owing to the pressure of bergs upon its southern face; and as it slowly
  • 10) After one of these gales, walking on the floe was a work of much difficulty, in consequence of the irregular surface it presented to the foot.
  • 11) I was inclosed had come in contact with another, and that I had been broken off from it, and was floating on the sea with other pieces, which, when collected in large quantities, are termed a floe of ice.
  • 12) ‘This choice allowed us to travel comfortably with the wind at our backs while viewing the constant vista of mountains and valleys, the ice-speckled Atlantic Ocean in the distance dotted with floes of drift ice from Quebec and Labrador.’
  • 13) ‘Fast ice and vast floes, on average, dominated both study areas over the study period.’
  • 14) ‘The ship moved through the pack ice, elbowing floes out of the way as if they were unwanted thoughts.’
  • 15) ‘floes of any size can be found at all distances from the ice pack edge, including vast ([less than] 2 km) floes near the ice pack edge and much smaller floes in the central ice pack.’
  • 16) ‘Clearly, most information on ivory gulls came from observations made when gulls were either in migration or feeding away from nesting colonies, near pack ice or the floe edge, but we did record information on one colony.’
  • 17) ‘There was no complete break in the recorded tracks of individual floes.’
  • 18) ‘These rotations further suggest that forces acting on the nearshore edges of large floes behave differently from those acting on offshore edges.’
  • 19) ‘Against a painted Antarctic backdrop of glaciers, icebergs and floes, groups of stately Emperor penguins pose like actors at curtain call.’
  • 20) ‘From February to June, large floes and landfast ice predominated, whereas small floes formed the major cover from August to December.’
  • 21) ‘Locally, these floes are also known as the Permanent Polar Pack Ice.’
  • 22) ‘Pack ice formed on the surface and drifted in floes until the water levels dropped and it lodged on higher ground.’
  • 23) ‘En route to the South Pole, the ship was grounded in an ice floe.’
  • 24) ‘This autumn he will be setting off on an historic visit to the Antarctic, spending 50 days on board a ship anchored to a drifting ice floe in the Weddell Sea.’
  • 25) ‘While a few savvy anglers carry flares, stoves, and tents, the majority are ill-prepared for hours or days stuck on a drifting ice floe.’
  • 26) ‘Measurements by other researchers at Arctic sites further inland show less mercury pollution, indicating that the heavy fallout may be restricted to the near-coastal environment and parcels of open ocean where floes of annual ice melt.’
  • 27) ‘Alternatively, the lack of multi-year floes in the shorefast ice can be ascribed to the weather systems occurring just before freeze-up.’
  • 28) ‘They hauled the lifeboats across the ice for the next four days and stopped on a floe of ice which they christened Ocean Camp.’
  • 29) ‘During the course of the voyage he made close to eighty oil sketches and numerous pencil drawings of ice in the form of icebergs, glaciers, packs, and floes under various conditions of light and atmosphere.’
  • 30) ‘Great floes jostled against each other piling up to form miniature icebergs.’
  • 31) ‘Unfortunately, the ice cracked, leaving Winston alone on his own ice floe, while Wilfred barked on the safe side, trying to encourage him to jump over the rapidly widening crack.’

Examples

  • 1) What is also true is that this is some side when they are in full flow.
  • 2) The time interval is a measure of how fast information is flowing.
  • 3) Tears also flowed because football had lost a dignified man in a realm not given to decorum.
  • 4) The grainy scrub uses ground seaweed to scuff off dead skin and promote blood flow.
  • 5) It completed a brilliant, flowing move with a powerful angled drive from the right side of the box.
  • 6) The traffic was flowing freely.
  • 7) It was also explained to her that as a large church with a regular flow of new people, there were many others who needed help.
  • 8) Your car uses computer equipment to control the flow of electricity through the vehicle.
  • 9) The absence of forgiveness gums up the possibility of redemptive life flowing to people.
  • 10) What are the advantages of continuous flow production?
  • 11) Your creative ideas flow fast and include two winners.
  • 12) This improves blood flow and thus hair growth.
  • 13) She also sported a flowing blonde wig.
  • 14) This is when his red blood cells block blood flow to the limbs and organs.
  • 15) The spatial interval constitutes a pause in the flow of narrative time.
  • 16) You need to go with the flow.
  • 17) They had maintained their controls on the flows of speculative capital entering or leaving the economy.
  • 18) Now the bucks are flowing freely for him.
  • 19) Other trial schemes have flowed thick and fast.
  • 20) Easily recognisable from the flowing long hair cascading out the back of his helmet.
  • 21) Low flow also affects salmon migration and fisheries.
  • 22) The strengths of his game when in full flow remain something to behold.
  • 23) Her physicians had to guess her health from the endless flow of information that she provided about it.
  • 24) Tudor Farmhouse has a pretty garden with a stream flowing over large pebbles.
  • 25) What if you don't have any control over the information flow?
  • 26) This disrupted the jet stream which flows over the Pacific.
  • 27) The Arsenal moves continued to flow.
  • 28) ‘I feel like low voltage electricity is flowing through my blood, gentle convulsions rippling through my skin and muscle, as my body is making its own judgment of the situation.’
  • 29) ‘The external fuel tank, for instance, is full of oxygen and hydrogen cooled to - 400 F. to make the gases flow as liquids.’
  • 30) ‘I plug it in, set it, and as long as there is electricity flowing through power lines, it will run forever it seems.’
  • 31) ‘Return gas flows back through the heat exchanger to pre-cool the incoming high pressure gas mixture.’
  • 32) ‘The condensed liquid water flows to a separate storage chamber.’
  • 33) ‘The liquid blue nectar was flowing like water until we bounced over to Metronome.’
  • 34) ‘Huygens' data provide strong evidence for liquids flowing on Titan.’
  • 35) ‘And reverse irradiation resulted in a reverse of the flow, water flowing down and air up.’
  • 36) ‘Exhaust gases flow through the CO 2 sorbent bed before being released into the atmosphere.’
  • 37) ‘The quantity of a rich component contained in an exhaust gas flowing into a catalyst during a period of time period is calculated.’
  • 38) ‘By reversing the direction electricity flows through a magnet the poles can be reversed.’
  • 39) ‘By studying it, there were able to tell that it had once had liquid water flowing through it.’
  • 40) ‘However, if liquid water flowed on Mars in the distant past, the climate might have been very different from what it is today.’
  • 41) ‘Red liquid flowed in tiny streams from his clenched fist, but he didn't seem to notice.’
  • 42) ‘As the hot, high-pressure gas flows through the condenser, it radiates heat into the ambient air and cools down.’
  • 43) ‘First the flow is minimal, but then as more and more water flows out, the current gets faster and faster.’
  • 44) ‘Electricity flows through the tube when the light is turned on.’
  • 45) ‘It cost about €15 million, and now electricity flows in both directions over the border.’
  • 46) ‘This free electricity will flow indefinitely, without much, or any maintenance.’
  • 47) ‘The higher the amount of water pressure, the more water will flow through the hose.’
  • 48) ‘It is in an intimate valley formed by a stream flowing into a tidal basin.’
  • 49) ‘Now the calm river flows between the backwaters and wooded bluffs in an oversized valley.’
  • 50) ‘The locals said that the backwaters flow in at different times each day.’
  • 51) ‘Last Thursday, a steady trickle of supporters flowed into the stadium shop to buy tickets for today's game against Rangers at Pittodrie.’
  • 52) ‘A steady stream of regulars too started flowing in, delighted at eating more, paying less.’
  • 53) ‘Other assistance and offers of help keep flowing in.’
  • 54) ‘Bangalore is facing a serious shortage of retail real estate space despite investments of Rs 500 to Rs 600 crore flowing in since January.’
  • 55) ‘Pledges for Geraldton's proposed community bank are flowing in and the working group behind the project remains optimistic the bank will become a reality.’
  • 56) ‘In Mazar-e-Sharif, election officials said today they had not yet received ballots that were supposed to be flowing in from five northern provinces.’
  • 57) ‘Entries have also been flowing in for the Young Achiever of the Year Award, and for the short story, creative writing and photography competitions.’
  • 58) ‘And after three months of rehearsals, the rest of the 21-strong cast would be right to expect the accolades to come flowing in from the audience.’
  • 59) ‘Reports of human rights violations implicating the Army keep flowing in from conflict zones in Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam, Maluku and Papua.’
  • 60) ‘With aid and arms flowing in, the ruling group was interested not in fostering economic development but in self-enrichment.’
  • 61) ‘In this federal election year, with three marginal SA city-based seats, pledges of support from politicians are flowing in.’
  • 62) ‘And the pace has never really slowed, with regular orders for thousands of soaps flowing in from the US, Asia and Australia.’
  • 63) ‘And suddenly those who had labelled him as a ‘flop hero’ re-adopted him and offers started flowing in.’
  • 64) ‘Today books and movies are flowing in from around the world.’
  • 65) ‘When the wall came down 15 years ago, East Germans were promised their lives would be enriched with new homes, money and jobs flowing in from free Europe.’
  • 66) ‘Companies are hiring again and projects are flowing in.’
  • 67) ‘In fact, he's go to, if US dollars are to keep flowing in.’
  • 68) ‘We have troops flowing in from Alabama, Kansas, just about every state we're bringing troops in.’
  • 69) ‘Updates on the violence were flowing in from across the city.’
  • 70) ‘He said prices would likely rise to meet the demand and to limit an overload of tourists if Americans start flowing in.’
  • 71) ‘Wa Luruli's film has a light touch and the story flows effortlessly.’
  • 72) ‘The names of roads, intersections, and neighbourhoods in several cities flow effortlessly from his mouth.’
  • 73) ‘Novels seemed to flow effortlessly out of him, including masterpieces such as Crome Yellow and Point Counter Point.’
  • 74) ‘It's pure Telangana dialect that flows effortlessly.’
  • 75) ‘But even his words flowed effortlessly and mesmerised the audience.’
  • 76) ‘The pace of service was spot on; each course flowed effortlessly into the next.’
  • 77) ‘Johnson had a blazing fastball that flowed effortlessly from his exaggerated sidearm delivery.’
  • 78) ‘Through the day we addressed ten meetings, and with each talk I give, my thoughts flow more easily and effortlessly.’
  • 79) ‘No one could understand or agree with his techniques, which seemed to flow so effortlessly.’
  • 80) ‘As anyone who's been to an African-American barbershop knows, the conversation flows freely.’
  • 81) ‘As information flows more freely and people become increasingly open-minded, sex is no longer a taboo subject.’
  • 82) ‘There was little more than a rather brutish Ploughman's to tempt them, foodwise, but that didn't stop the wine, and conversation, from flowing freely.’
  • 83) ‘Information is flowing freely, which it has never done before.’
  • 84) ‘His long black hair covered his white feathered cape, and her long black hair flowed over her white deerskin dress.’
  • 85) ‘Her long blonde hair flowed over her shoulders and the tight black leather outfit showed off her aforementioned attributes quite well.’
  • 86) ‘Dark hair flowed over her shoulders, down to the small of her back.’
  • 87) ‘Her long brown hair flowed over her shoulders, and her face looked so peaceful, like nothing had ever happened.’
  • 88) ‘Her hair flowed over her shoulders like a curtain that hid their faces from the world, only left to stare at each other.’
  • 89) ‘He had a simple gold circlet and his light brown hair flowed over his shoulders on his white cape.’
  • 90) ‘Her hair was loosely flowing around her shoulders, its flaxen curls bouncing gently every time she moved.’
  • 91) ‘In the back, his purple hair flowed loosely, hair restraint gone.’
  • 92) ‘The dress flowed over her slender body wonderfully and Christy knew that this would appease Charles.’
  • 93) ‘He smiled back at the picture, marveling at the way Samantha's powder pink dress flowed over her body.’
  • 94) ‘The gown flowed over her hips and down to the floor with a three-foot train trailing behind.’
  • 95) ‘From the shadows Jenna appeared, her long black hair flowing gracefully down her back.’
  • 96) ‘A slight glow surrounded her, her hair and dress flowed around her in an unfelt wind.’
  • 97) ‘Her jet-black hair flowed gracefully as she strode toward him.’
  • 98) ‘The whole way there her long, shiny black hair flowed in the gentle breeze.’
  • 99) ‘The woman had her hands on her hips, shouting rapidly as her long dark hair flowed in the breeze behind her.’
  • 100) ‘They claimed the graceful and curving hull looked like hair flowing back from the bow.’
  • 101) ‘She walked slowly down the hallway, her raven hair flowing behind her with beauty and grace.’
  • 102) ‘Her legs went forever, her hair flowed with the cloak as the wind caught both and lifted them slightly, teasingly.’
  • 103) ‘Every step she took, crimson robe flowing gracefully behind her, took her closer to her fate.’
  • 104) ‘Logically, all OEMs covet a piece of the prestige markets as that is where the money flows in great quantities.’
  • 105) ‘There is more information available, more information flowing.’
  • 106) ‘The production models are now flowing and available for purchase, and we were pleased to get one of the first production units available.’
  • 107) ‘At least the torrential rain had stopped pouring outside, while the never-ending supply of the usual beverages flowed copiously inside.’
  • 108) ‘As copious wine flowed and retro disco music pounded, we were soon without doubt The Greatest Dancers In The World.’
  • 109) ‘No breach of a Convention right has been alleged to arise as a result of the consequences flowing from the mistakes which were made in these cases.’
  • 110) ‘In our submission, that directly flows from the result of the decision in Lim.’
  • 111) ‘The principal point in issue flows from the fact that Braymist, the vendor, was not in existence at the time the agreement was signed.’
  • 112) ‘Much of the hot air in the origins debate flows from the confusion between MetaN and MethN.’
  • 113) ‘Other problems, less visible, but just as pressing, flowed from the funding issue.’
  • 114) ‘However, my comments have all flowed from the original overriding brief to Masons.’
  • 115) ‘Manferdelli's presentation is however a good entry point to the debate, as many of the other issues flow from it.’
  • 116) ‘The result can be disproportionately strong governments whose power flows from American money and weaponry.’
  • 117) ‘This conclusion arises from the limited benefits which flow from the project.’
  • 118) ‘That is exactly and fairly what flows from the Full Court decision.’
  • 119) ‘No, we are not suggesting that, your Honour, but we say that something flows from the decision that then flowed.’
  • 120) ‘That advantage flows from the existence of a certificate rather than the identity of the holder of the certificate.’
  • 121) ‘The reasoning in this decision flows from the assumption that the conduct of the parties should be regarded as physical violence.’
  • 122) ‘Well, if market power is no longer the advantage that flows from monopoly or near monopoly, what is it now?’
  • 123) ‘That must not deflect me from making the proper order today about costs flowing from the decision which I have reached.’
  • 124) ‘Yes, and it was often quite easy to identify a business advantage flowing from acting as a member of a group.’
  • 125) ‘That is, intuitive linear thinking assumes that great events flow from solemn decisions of great magnitude.’
  • 126) ‘That work is commencing, and any decisions that flow from that will be made at the appropriate time.’
  • 127) ‘The next term will be blighted by all that flows from that.’
  • 128) ‘Everything (including profits) flows from this core value of serving the users.’
  • 129) ‘The tap was left running and the steady flow of water crept across the wooden floor.’
  • 130) ‘And so firefighters were at the ready with what they dubbed a foam attack, a steady flow of foam and water to blanket the blaze and hopefully smother it.’
  • 131) ‘Further reading turns up that a steady flow of water acted as a moderator for the reaction, keeping it at a low but steady burn in a sustained reaction.’
  • 132) ‘A storage pond was built to guarantee a continuous flow of water to the mill in dry periods when the water level in the stream became too low.’
  • 133) ‘Villagers remained stranded as they could do nothing about the continuous flow of water but wait until it subsided.’
  • 134) ‘Had we had a continuous flow of water, we would have done it much faster.’
  • 135) ‘Out of nowhere, tears started bubbling up and rolling down my cheeks, a steady flow of salty water from deep inside me.’
  • 136) ‘Nicholas tried to grab the edge of the shaft and escape the stream, but the water flow was too powerful and he was carried along.’
  • 137) ‘The spiral wave inhibits normal waves, just as eddies in a stream inhibit the smooth flow of water.’
  • 138) ‘A nuclear power reactor needs a steady flow of cooling water.’
  • 139) ‘This is because carp generally like to patrol in the edge, out of the flow and along the drop-off into the deeper water of the central channel.’
  • 140) ‘The second fan generated a semblance of underwater movement in Atlantic, scrim rippling along the flow.’
  • 141) ‘A dam controls the continuous flow of water in a river, whereas stopbanks may well be alongside a river that has no water in it at all.’
  • 142) ‘It has now been shown in many studies that the Gulf Stream brings the warm flow of water that helps keep our weather hospitable.’
  • 143) ‘The very next day, a freak summer windstorm clogged the water flow with leaves, flooding the flanking fields in London's Hyde Park.’
  • 144) ‘At low shear rates, the flow can promote RBC aggregation, whereas, at higher shear rates it rather has a dispersing effect.’
  • 145) ‘The chemical composition of the gastric contents regulates the bulk emptying rate, the flow being slowed especially by lipids.’
  • 146) ‘But residents said that, in the meantime, the agency should dredge the river to speed up the flow and reduce the risks.’
  • 147) ‘From the flow patterns the speed at this new position can be deduced and the procedure can be repeated.’
  • 148) ‘They would not have had to worry about the river flow at all.’
  • 149) ‘They will also use the tide flow to kite away from you.’
  • 150) ‘Remember that the ray will use their width broadside against the tide during the fight and you need the power to drag them back against the tide flow.’
  • 151) ‘The narrow road follows the edge of the fjord-like Loch Long which can run like a river, especially at its narrowest point when filling up on the flow tide or draining on the ebb.’
  • 152) ‘His intensity is constant, the flow of words an eternal torrent.’
  • 153) ‘In the staging area of an overseas theater of operations, the flow of supplies competes with the flow of vehicles to add to congestion and confusion.’
  • 154) ‘In wartime, the amount of stocks in any area might be affected by air raid damage, or the flow of supplies might be reduced temporarily by transport difficulties.’
  • 155) ‘The Army had managed to moderate the flow of supplies into South Vietnam and keep the enemy off balance.’
  • 156) ‘The resale of grain to villages which claimed to be deficient in food supplies hampered the flow of grain to the cities.’
  • 157) ‘He and his men were to penetrate the U.S. defenses and disrupt the flow of supplies heading to their front line.’
  • 158) ‘Normally, your PC's power supply controls the flow of electricity from the wall socket into the system.’
  • 159) ‘Dufour's image freezes from time to time, chopping her movements and interrupting the flow of her words.’
  • 160) ‘There are no regulated pedestrian crossings and the flow of traffic is constant.’
  • 161) ‘Some writers, such as Jonathan Swift, wanted us to follow the French example and create an academy to regulate and limit the flow of new words.’
  • 162) ‘What happens to stop the flow of words, and what can make it start again?’
  • 163) ‘He was clearly a little hesitant about sharing his history with anyone for that matter, and she shouldn't interrupt the flow of his words lest it should ebb.’
  • 164) ‘Since Walter self-published Beer in 1999, the flow of words has been virtually torrential.’
  • 165) ‘Part of the problem lay in the fact that writing the book was a happy experience; no serious obstacle interrupted the flow of words.’
  • 166) ‘I wanted to plug my ears or do something to stop the flow of words, but I knew I had to hear it, so I sat quietly and listened.’
  • 167) ‘She willed herself not to go on, but she couldn't stop the flow of words.’
  • 168) ‘I was pacing the room back and forth unable to control the flow of emotions rushing through me.’
  • 169) ‘Neither side moved or said a word, as the flow of men stopped and silence took hold of the battlegrounds.’
  • 170) ‘The logical division of every sentence was clarified by musical cadences which interrupted the flow of words.’
  • 171) ‘But the commuter train is half empty, the flow of traffic at rush hour is uncannily smooth.’
  • 172) ‘It does not circulate honestly through the economy, and in fact disrupts the smooth flow of money through the country.’
  • 173) ‘Analysis of seismic waves show that the material that makes up the mantle behaves as a plastic - a substance with the properties of a solid but flows under pressure.’
  • 174) ‘It involves the application of a compressive stress, which exceeds the flow stress of the metal.’
  • 175) ‘As the degree of dynamic recovery increases, the hot flow stress decreases and the ductility increases.’
  • 176) ‘The study of plasticity is concerned with the relationship between metal flow and applied stress.’
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