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STREAM. A current of water. The right to a water course is not a right in the fluid itself so much as a right in the current of the stream. 2 Bouv. Inst. n. 1612. See River; Water Course.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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He is survived by his wife, Terry, son Drew Baldwin (creator of the Streamy Awards), daughters Amy Anderson and Eleonora Baldwin, five grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren.
The data sensed by vehicle nodes is always streamy and large, so decreasing the bandwidth consumption in the process of data gathering is one key research point.
As a result, postmodern Ophelia is placed in a bathtub, so that the claustrophobic space of a bathroom replaces the open space of a streamy landscape.
A Visit to Santa Claus We counted the loud seconds that ticked away minutes To the sounds of strange rumblings in space Then clang the noise came The clock struck three As the great booms pealed out They gripped me all over They packed the domed ceiling And filled the crevices And circle around 'Til the noise filtered and fell and crenel-llated down To the chattering clatter of the Western Arcade With wrappings and presents and prom-mise of more We gazed from the balcony down to the floor Saw lights that sparkled like frost on a tree And fairies that trembled on pine scent-ted twigs All streamy with tinsel from the angel above Clutching our presents Looking forward with glee We waited for Santa to call the next day
But in the late evenings they migrate to the shallower, streamy stretches.
Stuff like FriendFeed, Flock, Streamy, Social Stream, Minggl, whatever can do the job is fine and very welcome.
Among the catches were T K Lawson with two sea-trout to 3lb, G Sneddon with a 17lb salmon, Kevin Foster had one of 14lb and Steve Hutchinson an 8lb salmon; all were caught in streamy water at Wylam.
themselves for the dancecrawl across the streamy edges of mud.