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to move freely as a liquid

to become known far and wide

to pass (something) out

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A major advance came in 1998 when Dennis Lo, now at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, and his colleagues reported that fetal DNA circulates freely outside of cells in a pregnant woman's bloodstream.
These systems can also utilize the energy from the sun to pre-heat the water that circulates throughout the floors.
Refill with enough fresh water to circulate throughout the system or tank(s) so that all traces of cleaner and swarf are removed.
Both lines circulate non-corrosive, non-rusting Star Brine SII coolant.
1 million of the money raised to circulate the measure has come from the California Teachers Association.
Ordinarily, these steroids circulate throughout the body and transform into potent sex hormones, such as estrogen and testosterone.
to permit cooling air to circulate between the heaters and barrel.
People forget that cancer cells are big and they aren't designed to circulate," says Ann F.
The group, which collected nearly 14,300 signatures for the petition, has yet to decide whether it will circulate a new petition to try to get a measure on the ballot again.
B cells circulate through the blood and into lymphoid tissues where T cells mature, so sticking onto B cells is a smart strategy for the AIDS virus, says Moir.
Fluid mold-temperature controllers in 3- and 5-kw ratings circulate both water and oil to 302 F in a single unit.
As suggested by epidemiologic surveys conducted in the 1970s, human coronaviruses are distributed worldwide and circulate during seasonal outbreaks (13-15).
Immune cells called T cells circulate in the human bloodstream, but the roles of a portion of the cells, so-called gamma-delta T cells, remain murky.