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Synonyms for efflux

a sudden or rapid flowing outward

Synonyms for efflux

the process of flowing out

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But the local council has ordered him to move on after the snooty fellows of nearby Emmanuel College wrote to complain about "the effluxion of oleaginous fumes".
The Implementation Agreement between Reuters and Thomson dated 15 May 2007 in regard to the Transaction, terminates by effluxion of time or otherwise
BURSAR OF EMMANUEL COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE (Complaining about the smells from a hamburger stall): "We remain convinced that the effluxion of oleaginous fumes has killed at least one tree, and probably two shrubs in the garden slip over the wall from the stall.
29) If we wished to believe that the last four stanzas of the A version are a supplement composed by Gutun Owain, a date for the whole poem after 1486 would just allow time for that to have happened, though hardly time for the last four stanzas of the original text to have been lost, as we are informed, by effluxion of time.
The practice of employers of concluding a series of fixed term contracts and then relying on the effluxion of time to terminate contracts, rather than providing tenured employment, clearly opened the door to abusive practices.