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  • n. Plural form of current.

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Examples

  • Changes in currents, changes in depth, changes in water color, and changes in structure.

    The Best Fly Tip of All

  • Look for changes in currents, where swift water meets slow water; changes in structure, where rocks and trees create holding water; changes in depth, like shelves and pools, or changes in color, which usually signal a depth or structural transition.

    The Best Fly Tip of All

  • Beginners can learn on tamer sections of the river, while advanced kayakers canget wet (really wet) in currents and the Class III rapids.

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  • They were rejected because resistance to the notion of two states side by side - which, let us remind ourselves, is where President Obama wants the parties to be one year from now - runs counter to the main currents of Palestinian nationalism.

    Ben S. Cohen: The Palestinians and Israel: Just Say No

  • In central Vietnam, officials said 20 people on a bus were swept away Monday by strong currents from a flooded river, while another 17 managed to save themselves by swimming or clinging to trees or power poles.

    Super Typhoon Strikes The Philippines

  • Swimming out to the waves, I encounter something a little different - the pull of the currents is much stronger than I am used to.

    Playa Azul: Life, Currents And A Mexican Amigo

  • In this fascinating guide to the near future, Schmidt uses his scientific knowledge and expertise to show how past convergences have led to today's world, then considers tomorrow's main currents in biotechnology, cognitive science, information technology, and nanotechnology.

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  • Changes in currents, changes in depth, changes in water color, changes in structure.

    Find Changes, Find The Fish

  • Look for changes in currents, where swift water meets slow water, changes in structure, where rocks and trees create holding water, changes in depth, like shelves and pools, or changes in color, which usually signals a depth or structural transition.

    Find Changes, Find The Fish

  • Candles flickered, danced and smoked in the currents from the voice of Xun.

    Temezcal y Xun - the sweatlodge

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