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efflux

The expiration of a prescribed period of time,such as the end of a lease.
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However, as long as the choreographers, authors, and artists remain shrouded in anonymity, mass spectacle and poster art alike simply are the effluence of a world view in which mute workers, whose only recompense is the national pride inculcated in them by the state, labor like ants to create gigantic pyramids.
What we do is send an initial letter if effluence is on the ground," she said.
Since ancient times throwing carcasses of dead animals and dumping effluence into a town's water supply was the simplest means of spreading death and disease in the enemy's camp.
The latter is the case in the celebrated account of eros in Plato's Phaedrus (251B-C), where the lover's desire is the result of the effluence (aporrhoe) of particles from the beautiful body that enter the lover's soul via his eyes.
These problems may range from sewage back-up to sewage odors permeating the outdoor areas of the property and beyond or even effluence within their garden areas.
Near a culvert's effluence, the topwater Spook disappeared in white froth created by a sizable bronze back.
The university is working with the city to pump the effluence from the plant to campus to use for irrigation.
The effluence time was measured by allowing the sample to flow freely, the time of flow was measured.
The sanitary disposal of the effluence is not worth the cost.
Dr Kadri says that attitudes are definitely changing, pointing to the UAE's legislation to limit the use of fresh water for irrigation and Dubai municipality's use of treated sewage effluence (TSE) as a resource for agriculture.
Islam prohibits the release of dangerous chemicals and effluence to the rivers and other water channels as the Qur'an provides: "Do not do mischief on earth after it has been set in order" (Qur'an, 7:85) The mischief mentioned in the verse includes environmental degradation through any form of pollution which is considered harmful to both human and animal life.
What Nietzsche offered his political admirers was a darkly suggestive appeal to dreams of power and domination, a yearning for intensive action as a positive good in itself, and a disdain for compassion and pity as the effluence of Christian decadence.