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  • v. To exit out of a defined zone.
  • n. That which exits (the flux out of a defined zone)


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  • We have a net outflux of people, and as Arnold Swarzenegger has put it, every incentive for businesses to pack up and leave.

    High-Beta Houses, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • Is the 40.2 median age due to at outflux of young people or due to an influx of older retired people?

    Vermont and Secession, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • Of course, this would account for the native outflux contra Peri.

    Matthew Yglesias » The Wages of Immigration

  • Since the outflux equals the influx of radiant heat, that means that at least some of the outgoing radiation must be emitted at a temperature lower than that at which the incoming was thermalized so Q/T is higher.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • The system does not have to be isolated - you just have to be able to identify the influx and outflux.

    Rabett Run

  • The outflux left some counties without a single obstetrician.

    Mississippi's Tort Reform Triumph

  • It did occur to me that in such an economy, there should be inflation, since there's an influx of money, but no "real" outflux.

    Deflation in WoW?

  • What we do know, however, is that the police is actually bracing for an outflux, if you want, of people leaving St. Peters Square and going back towards whatever they're coming from.

    CNN Transcript Apr 24, 2005

  • Q The second part, if I might -- the processing at sea was set up to deal with some of the human rights problems in Haiti, but now with this massive outflux of refugees being drawn out into the open sea, where they run risks, and the fact that you have to deal with them no in various locations, in much larger numbers than expected, haven't you just exchanged one problem for another?

    Briefing On Haiti By William Gray

  • He must contend with the collective weight of a nearly two decade-old food catastrophe, increasing influx of information, and outflux of citizens across the border.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion


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