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  • With practice, some men are able to control the stream while standing.
  • Each unit slowly made its way across the stream as they were covered by the remaining units.
  • Both streams run south through the western part of the city.
  • Virginia received a steady stream of mail about her letter throughout her life.
  • A bridge is built when a stream or river is sufficiently deep to make it necessary.
  • A river or stream may remain in the valley.
  • Once again they fell back across the stream.
  • The band have also made the entire album available via streaming from their website.
  • All streams are featured on the conference website and are available for free.
  • In the second year, students are streamed into science and social studies programs.
  • What made the channel was the fresh-water stream. Cited from On the Makaloa Mat/Island Tales, Jack London 72-78
  • The water flow in a stream can vary widely from season to season.
  • As he charged, his forward motion caused the flag to stream back.
  • The site features news, video and free video on demand streaming of recent games.
  • Unlike other radio shows of the time, it also streamed its shows online.
  • This is when particular events are streamed using a live form of internet video.
  • Parma is divided into two parts by the little stream with the same name.
  • From all over the region, people took up arms and began streaming toward Boston.
  • A given circle can change its style mid-stream, if the participants agree.
  • The entire album was streamed online one week prior to its release.
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Meaning of stream

  • noun A natural body of running water flowing on or under the earth
  • noun Dominant course (suggestive of running water) of successive events or ideas
    two streams of development run through American history, stream of consciousness, the flow of thought, the current of history
  • noun Something that resembles a flowing stream in moving continuously
    a stream of people emptied from the terminal, the museum had planned carefully for the flow of visitors
  • verb To extend, wave or float outward, as if in the wind
    their manes streamed like stiff black pennants in the wind
  • verb Exude profusely
    She was streaming with sweat, His nose streamed blood
  • verb Flow freely and abundantly
    Tears streamed down her face