One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
adjective & noun
- ‘On the in breath, simply relax your stomach so that the inflowing air can effortlessly fill the empty lung space.’
- ‘The maps were used to evaluate the ecological aspects of the studied ecosystem, such as the influence of inflowing rivers on the optical properties of the lake.’
- ‘The numerous vertical shafts in the cave are controlled by major joint intersections, with inflowing water perched on bedding planes or relatively resistant beds.’
- ‘Anaerobic conditions were imposed on the plants by replacing the inflowing air with humid nitrogen gas.’
- ‘For 750 years or more Cambridge has (with the exception of the odd revolt among the townsfolk) welcomed this seasonal human inflowing tide.’
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