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  • There are echoes here of the old south of plantations and slow-flowing rivers, but also traces of the work of other, older photographers, including Evans, Christenberry and Eggleston.

    Myth, Manners and Memory: Photographers of the American South

  • The drop-off is now causing serious technical problems, as slow-flowing oil drops in temperature and clogs and corrodes the pipe.

    Alaska's Ebbing Oil

  • Waterfalls pour down on bathers floating on yellow inner tubes down a slow-flowing river in the Morelos waterpark.

    Waterfalls pour down on bathers floating on yellow inner tubes down a slow-flowing river in the Morelos waterpark. © Julia Taylor 2008

  • Alcott was happy to be back on Beacon Street near the slow-flowing Charles, and the move was blessed by the receipt of $300 in royalties on the first part of Little Women from Thomas Niles.

    Louisa May Alcott

  • He located a small run-down cottage in Concord near the slow-flowing Concord River on the estate of Edmund Hosmer, secured it for a rent of $52 a month, and offered it to the Alcott family for nothing.

    Louisa May Alcott

  • There are a variety of places where you can access this slow-flowing river by simply walking down some stairs built into its bank and climbing onto one of the many inner tubes as they go by.

    Family fun at Parque Aquatico Oaxtepec near Cuernavaca, Morelos

  • Flowing water systems range from the large, north-flowing rivers that connect the interiors of continents with the Arctic Ocean, through steep mountain rivers, to slow-flowing tundra streams that may contain water during spring snow melt.

    The Arctic~ geography, climate, ecology, and people

  • I think we'll plateau around 2018 or so because fast-flowing oil is quickly being replaced by slow-flowing oil because low-permeability reservoirs are replacing high-permeability reservoirs or because reservoirs that take a long time to bring on stream, like continental slope oil off of Brazil, are going to become increasingly common.

    Rabett Run

  • Most of the area is on steep hill slopes, interspersed with narrow, north-south-aligned valleys carrying alternately swift-flowing and slow-flowing rivers.

    Northern Thailand-Laos moist deciduous forests

  • The endemic Canterbury mudfish (Neochanna burrowsius) occupies slow-flowing streams but can burrow into damp mud in dry conditions.

    Cantebury-Otago tussock grasslands

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