sudden contact

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Stilling basin region (23% loss) introduces sudden contact of water coming from the draft tube with its wide cross-sectional area and with stagnant and heavy water above the canal outlet, hence decreasing velocity of flow (Fig.
Sudden contact with a race backmarker caused damage to the car's front suspension and relegated them from second place to seventh.
She may find sudden contact from him a bit alarming or disruptive.
She then turns to the impact of the gold rush on the indigenous peoples, suggesting that both the coastal Tlingit and the local Han reaped few rewards from their sudden contact with European peoples.