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changing easily, as in expression

marked by facility, especially of expression

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a substance that is fluid at room temperature and pressure

continuous amorphous matter that tends to flow and to conform to the outline of its container: a liquid or a gas

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subject to change

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characteristic of a fluid

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smooth and unconstrained in movement

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in cash or easily convertible to cash

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affording change (especially in social status)

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On TZC medium, the bacterial growth was dull white, fluidal, irregular or round colonies with light pink centers.
7A); and b) banded vesicular lavas having a fluidal laminated texture and different vesicular density, with forsterite phenocrysts (Figs.
La plagioclasa representa el 65% en volumen de los constituyentes, se observa en cristales tabulares esqueleticos con disposicion fluidal. El ortopiroxeno (30%) se reconoce en prismas levemente pleocroicos de mayor tamano que los cristales de plagioclasa.
The most fluidal mixture contains 48% of palm olein (m/m).
La textura que presenta esta roca es holocristalina porfiditica con matriz microlitica fluidal.
La riolita tipica de derrames lavicos, es una roca amarillenta, gris o verdosa, con estructura fluidal con algunos microlitos de feldespato y biotita; la andesita existente en las cadenas de plegamientos de edad terciaria compuesta de fenocristales de plagioclasa, andesina y piroxeno y los basaltos compuestas de olivino y augita.
Su textura es porfidica, (18) su estructura es fluidal (19) y su gravedad especifica oscila entre 2.43 y 2.47 gr/[cm.sup.3].
Magma can be erupted as a smooth, continuous fluidal "flow," or as a toothpaste-like "dome" that mounds up over the vent.
("Qui parlait de realisme cru?," asks the author.) The digestive passage from body to painting reveals in Pontormo's writing, a very systemic and fluidal economy that moves morsels of food through the body and onto the page and canvas, and vice versa: "|l~e journal ne note pas tous les repas et toutes les figures; mais parfois il observe une alternance, comme si telle cuisse et tel morceau de viande pouvaient pratiquement s'echanger" (128).
Como productos de alteracion se encuentran clorita y clinozoisita a partir de alteracion de oxihornblenda y piroxeno, respectivamente; como textura secundaria se observa textura fluidal dada por plagioclasa (FIGURA 3E y 3F).
The single colony of bacterium showing fluidal, irregular and creamy white with pink at the centre was picked, and maintained on the CPG slants and stored at 4oC for further use.
After that colonies of bacteria (reddish pink and fluidal) were picked and streaked on new TTC media plates for purification.
These are equigranular rocks, mainly with doleritic textures but in some cases with microlithic or fluidal microlithic textures.
Esta riolita es de color blanquecina a rosada, dura, masiva y con estructura fluidal. No presenta alteracion hidrotermal ya que sus feldespatos estan bien conservados.