runnel


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Synonyms for runnel

a small stream

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As I paddled this liquid lifeline that had been dormant since 1913, I stared at a snow-capped Mount Whitney and the rest of the craggy Eastern Sierra towering to the west, while the desolate Inyo Mountains flanked the runnel to the east.
This look and distance is similar to the men in cinematographic "Solitary life of cranes," climbing day by day up to the cranes not just to build and create, but to have a distant look at the city and gaze, at the people living there, their roads and buildings, which live with their own secret lives," Runnel explains.
I know the grandchildren weren't being deliberately naughty when they hit every runnel and rain-filled depression with everything they'd got in a very soggy Greenhead Park last weekend.
Other topics covered include application of visual stimulation to optimize runnel schedule engineering, improvement of discounted cash flow theory in mergers and acquisitions based on games, an improved security protocol formal analysis with BAN logic, assembly process reengineering applied to production line balancing, an ensemble model for knowledge management, and digital signature technology in e- commerce systems.
The 67,000-square-foot building have a connecting runnel, providing access to the hospital, and replace a smaller unit in the main hospital building.
The car was travelling north towards Wirral, Merseyside, when the crash happened close to the junction with The Runnel.
For a manufacturer, that might mean tracking the different types of back injuries sustained by employees at a warehouse or the various causes of carpal runnel and eyestrain injuries at a home office.
In 2005, he filled a slender box with 600 feet of canvas thread, part of which was pulled through a runnel of red paint, justifying its $30,000 price tag.
"We're trying to provide more information from each wind-runnel shift--bringing the wind runnel closer to CFD in terms of the amount of data," says Angus Lock, MIRA's head of aerodynamics.
It included a fountain at one end with a runnel (a long, straight canal of water) connecting it to a larger vessel.
But too intoxicating an experience, however administered, would be ill-advised: the long steep flights of steps are scary to descend, even when clinging to the handrail hidden in the water runnel recess.
To accentuate the runnel, some flagstones along it were positioned bottom side up.
Yanigahara, USN From USS Enterprise (CVN 65) SK2 Rosetta Aaroncenteno, USN CS3 Michelle Allen, USN PC1 Maria Barnes, USN ACAN Travis Brannon, USN SK2 Kyong Clawson, USN SK2 Carlos Cruzvalentin, USN DK3 Decarlo Forrest, USN CS2 Chad Godfrey, USN CS2 Aaron Graham, USN CS3 Raynard Griffin, USN SK2 David Hill, USN CS1 Mark Lash, USN SK2 Preston Lemon, USN CS2 Victorio Massey, USN CS2 Menares, USN CSSN Joseph Nance, USN SKSN Robin Pascarella, USN SK3 Loreatha Pedro, USN SH2 Marvin Ridgell, USN PCSN Beau Runnel, USN SK2 Latessa Roby, USN CSC Michelle Simmons, USN CS2 Mark Simpson, USN SK2 Chalmers Thomas, USN DK3 Raul Ureaabreu, USN CSSN Christopher Valenza, USN CS3 Tina Williams, USN
These were men with fatal runnel vision, an ability to divorce themselves from all forms of empathy and compassion in the pursuit of bloody strikes against a threat they had magnified 10 times over in their minds.