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One thing to note is Berkeley catches a lot of the eastward fog flow blankets from the Golden Gate Bridge.

The good thing is that my network typically tends to send me quite highly curated deals so essentially the deal flow I have luckily tends to be quite high quality, which makes things a bit more manageable.

The literary flow slows as Pattison probes the ins and outs of Ardi’s skeletal parts.

Interconnected supply chains and global flows of data, finance, and people offer more “surface area” for risk to penetrate, and ripple effects can travel across these network structures rapidly.

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This requires finer-grained control for data flows in backend systems.

Five, the tens or arguably hundreds of millions of dollars in dark money that flowed from corporate sources into GOP coffers.

Tile work in the bathrooms, furniture, and artwork on the walls all flowed together and carried his creative touch.

This notion of American opportunity has ebbed and flowed, but generally gained ground well into the 1960s and 1970s.

In the decades after the Founding, liquor flowed so freely it became cheaper than tea.

The hole in his chest through which the drug flowed required some fussing, but there was no discomfort.

The very stream that went through it flowed sluggishly along, and as if it hadn't any particular object in life.

They became quite jolly as cocktails and red liquor flowed and tingled their veins.

She groaned aloud, and her tears flowed faster: Alessandro was making the baby's coffin.

In his days the wells of water flowed out, and they were filled as the sea above measure.

Her rosy cheeks were deadly pale now, and wet with the tears that flowed unceasingly from her large black eyes.


On this page you'll find 66 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to flowed, such as: ebb, tumble, sweep, stream, glide, and leak.

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