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  • They then take a fixed time to return to a more viscous state.
  • The thin films can be thought to have pressure and viscous forces acting on them.
  • The material employed in all buildings is originally liquid, or rather viscous. Cited from Across the Zodiac, by Percy Greg
  • Indeed water on the microscopic scale is highly viscous, very different from our daily experience of water.
  • Once the structure has been broken, the particles move with the liquid under viscous forces.
  • The absence of odd-even effect means that process is rather viscous.
  • Due to secondary compression some of the highly viscous water between the points of contact is forced out.
  • It passes down the street with difficulty, like a viscous mass that makes its way but slowly, yet cannot be held back. Cited from Pelle the Conqueror, V3, Martin Anderson Nexo
  • He attacks her and forces her down, beginning to produce the viscous fluid that had transformed him.
  • In a more general formulation, the forces could be both potential and viscous.
  • But heavy oil can also be quite viscous.
  • The general case for two viscous fluids is much more difficult to solve directly.
  • When they finally met, a viscous melee was set in motion from one end of the field to the other.
  • He was the first person to propose the theory that glaciers move under their own weight, like viscous material.
  • It is at these small scales where the dissipation of energy by viscous action finally takes place.
  • It is somewhat red in color, and less viscous than alligator oil.
  • The material used to prepare said thin layer is typically a viscous solution.
  • This heavy oil can create viscous drag leading to inefficiencies in vehicle operation.
  • It is also designed to remain viscous for extended periods.
  • What had that viscous and unfragrant material to do with the present interview? Cited from The Atlantic Monthly, Vol. 8, No. 47, September, 1861, by Various
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