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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of flow.

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Examples

  • The label flowed from the fact that most of the margin in that line item historically was derived from our off-system marketing on behalf of producers.

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  • A couple of weeks ago TheGreenGrok covered a paper by Tajdarul Syed of the University of California, Irvine, et al who used hydrologic data to estimate the rates at which water flowed from the continents to the sea.

    Bill Chameides: Where Has All The Water Gone?

  • A couple of weeks ago TheGreenGrok covered a paper by Tajdarul Syed of the University of California, Irvine, et al who used hydrologic data to estimate the rates at which water flowed from the continents to the sea.

    Bill Chameides: Where Has All The Water Gone?

  • A couple of weeks ago TheGreenGrok covered a paper by Tajdarul Syed of the University of California, Irvine, et al who used hydrologic data to estimate the rates at which water flowed from the continents to the sea.

    Bill Chameides: Where Has All The Water Gone?

  • A couple of weeks ago TheGreenGrok covered a paper by Tajdarul Syed of the University of California, Irvine, et al who used hydrologic data to estimate the rates at which water flowed from the continents to the sea.

    Bill Chameides: Where Has All The Water Gone?

  • A couple of weeks ago TheGreenGrok covered a paper by Tajdarul Syed of the University of California, Irvine, et al who used hydrologic data to estimate the rates at which water flowed from the continents to the sea.

    Bill Chameides: Where Has All The Water Gone?

  • Meyer thought that the emotions we feel flowed from the experience of having our expectations either met or thwarted.

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  • The Court's decision flowed from the premise that free speech "is an essential mechanism of democracy" and that the government "may not ... deprive the public of the right and privilege to determine for itself what speech and speakers are worthy of consideration."

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  • A couple of weeks ago TheGreenGrok covered a paper by Tajdarul Syed of the University of California, Irvine, et al who used hydrologic data to estimate the rates at which water flowed from the continents to the sea.

    Bill Chameides: Where Has All The Water Gone?

  • A couple of weeks ago TheGreenGrok covered a paper by Tajdarul Syed of the University of California, Irvine, et al who used hydrologic data to estimate the rates at which water flowed from the continents to the sea.

    Bill Chameides: Where Has All The Water Gone?

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