mainstream

[ meyn-streem ]SEE DEFINITION OF mainstream

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The largest group outside the community's mainstream was the black agricultural workers.

When the mainstream of evolution on Darkover left the trees to struggle for existence on the ground, a few remained behind.

This species may have utilized the mainstream as a refugium in the drought of 1952-'56.

Normally the water was about six inches deep in the mainstream as it ran over a riffle adjacent to the catfish nest.

With the return of continuous flow and a consequent rise in turbidity, bass declined in abundance in the mainstream.

My specimen may represent a small population that retreated to the mainstream of the Neosho during drought.

A fantastic way to earn a living, close to the mainstream of human vanity.

And where, for the first time, the American mainstream includes all of our disabled citizens.

We have a responsibility to make them welcome here, and they have a responsibility to enter the mainstream of American life.

There is evidence that the theory of Nursing as Caring has entered the mainstream of nursing thought.

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