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to move freely as a liquid

to become known far and wide

to pass (something) out

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Circulate the mixture for four hours or longer through all lines and machine tools.
In contrast, the white blood cells circulate freely.
A study now reports that these identifying odors circulate in the blood, although they're apparently bound to proteins that normally mask the smell.
As suggested by epidemiologic surveys conducted in the 1970s, human coronaviruses are distributed worldwide and circulate during seasonal outbreaks (13-15).
According to the city clerk, Carlson last year submitted a notice of intent to circulate a petition for a rent control initiative, but the petition was never circulated and never submitted to the city.
Two parallel closed-loop ducts circulate hot (up to 572 F) and cold air.
For this to happen, there must be a way for blood to circulate throughout the body and still deliver nutrients and oxygen necessary for life.
pertussis strains could circulate simultaneously even in small communities, and only some strains, possibly with increased fitness, are capable of spreading effectively.
Both sides say they will circulate petitions seeking the 15,000 signatures needed to put each question on a ballot, with the earliest possible election in April.
Also mold-temperature controllers by TEW (Taiwan) in 3- and 5-kw ratings that reportedly circulate water or oil medium up to 302 F in a single, trouble-free unit.
cardiopulmonary bypass, or 'CPB'--to circulate blood through the body while the heart and lungs are stopped.