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The Takayanagi Models I and II are applied to better account br the effect of a percolating network.
Tatsumi's struggle to rebuild the OSE is one of many recent examples of change percolating in Japan.
For now, bio-diesel fuel is percolating through 10 vehicles monitored by the Instituto Virtual Internacional de Mudancas Globais, the technology and research center at the Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro.
FIND's European centerpiece was the skittering, kinetic ecstasies and polished, percolating traffic games of Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker's Drumming.
Air is blown in below the sand, percolating up and through the sand for maximum effectiveness.
Historically, disco first began percolating in the mid'-70s at dance clubs where disc jockeys favored uptempo soul songs that pulled people onto the floor.
Do I sense a certain disbelief in women's common sense percolating here?
The mergers and acquisitions market for plastic building products is percolating these days.
Percolating along with stripped-down rhythms and teasing lyrics, the lead single, "Double Fantasy II," is pure TRL fodder, right down to the video (shot by Justin Kelly), which features synchronized dancing and a scantily clad Schwartz and company romping in a bubbling Jacuzzi.
That's one of numerous hilarious details that keep this amiable oddity percolating along.
The proposed "conceptual conductivity" between image and environment mirrored the sympathetic magic percolating in Schorr's photographs, as viewers inadvertently piggyback on the artist's own desire.
Sunlight percolating down the lengths of the tubes gives the ends a seductive orange glow.