One single cycle is the product of meandering
tidal channels in a continuously subsiding foreland basin.
(b) Antenna with meandering
line and meandering
Considerable research on various aspects of velocity distribution in curved meandering
rivers has been carried out, but no systematic effort has been made to analyze the variation of velocity profile along a meander path .
"In all its linguistic, meandering
richness, Finnegans Wake is commodious enough to accommodate a multitude of such confrontations, perhaps a limitless number of them."
They found that since the early 1990s, the current has gotten wider, not stronger, because winds are causing an escalation of turbulence, which leads to increases in both eddying and meandering
in the current.
the Anti-Globalist Right," the piece is a meandering
, conspiratorial critique of Applebaum's political stances.
Let the Water Do the Work: Induced Meandering
, an Evolving Method for Restoring Incised Channels (reprint, 2009)
Another researcher analyzed more than 30 years of data and found no connection between melting polar ice and jet-stream meandering
. There's no doubt that changes in in the jet stream path have an immediate influence over temperatures and economic productivity.
Luk, "Wideband patch antenna fed by printed meandering
strip," Microwave and Optical Technology Letters, vol.
WITH a natural stream meandering
through the garden, this property is ideal for the family with green fingers.
Coming from Seal, this is something of an admission for--as those who are familiar with his earlier book, A Fez of the Heart, will already know--Turkey, the land of the meandering
river, is his territory.
traces is a common practice for high-speed digital PCBs these days, most often used to length-match differential pair traces to maintain timing constraints.
Washington, October 6 (ANI): In a new study, experiments involving alfalfa sprouts are revealing some of the necessary conditions for formation of meandering
rivers on Earth.
"It's looking more positive, they're not meandering
back to the coast."
2 : to wander without a goal or purpose <He spends his days meandering