The effluent or stream by which a lake discharges its water.
As for the effluent, it was thick and turbid, and stunk like a dirty brewery.
At Troedyrhiw, as we have seen, the effluent drain is six feet deep.
Hence this effluent, if placed upon the soil, is of great value.
In most patterns of service governor weights may be added when it is desired to increase the pressure of the effluent gas.
The lateral drains are placed at regular distances from each other, and run towards the main or effluent drain.
The effluent water was let flow into the river, and the sludge was carried down the river in barges and cast into the sea.
Namely, it is an attempt to exhibit apparent nature as an effluent from the mind because of causal nature.
The effluent is fit for all the varied uses of a dye works, and is stated to be perfectly capable of sustaining fish life.
In other words, doubling the rate substantially doubles the number of bacteria in the effluent.