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  • v. Present participle of collide.


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  • As more objects go into orbit, spacecraft will begin colliding with — and being shattered by — debris.

    The Danger of Space Junk

  • One is the idea of colliding bubbles, pursued by Aguirre, Johnson, and Shomer and by Chang, Kleban, and Levi.

    The Lopsided Universe

  • These images eloquently capture the sense of eras colliding, which is a core part of many China stories — including Meyer's own.

    At Home In Old Beijing

  • Tinker's exemption from First Amendment protection of expression colliding with the rights of others seems particularly pertinent in these two categories of litigation.

    ADF Alliance Alert

  • But on A jungle of sounds and nature's call colliding in six cinematic songs most fully appreciated in their immediate environs.


  • Weak gravity waves are all we are likely to ever detect from distant astrophysical sources, such as colliding black holes and other violent events.

    A Dark, Misleading Force

  • More boring, but you still have that kind of colliding and bumping.

    Anand Agarawala demos BumpTop

  • So, again, these worlds kind of colliding, one of top of each other.

    CNN Transcript Aug 13, 2007

  • The study, conducted by researchers from the University of Buffalo, found that 66 per cent of overall injuries were the result of game accidents, such as colliding with teammates, sliding into the boards or posts or getting hit with the puck.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • I don't love the record, it's a little bland to me and the rapping isn't real impressive, but I like the interesting combination of different aesthetics that are kind of colliding here.



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