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percolate

 [per´ko-lāt]
1. to strain; to submit to percolation.
2. a liquid that has been submitted to percolation.
3. to trickle slowly through a substance.

percolate

(pĕr′kō-lāt) [L. percolare, to strain through]
1. To allow a liquid to seep through a powdered substance.
2. Any fluid that has been filtered or percolated.
3. To strain a fluid through powdered substances in order to impregnate it with dissolved chemicals.
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Initially, percolate flow measurements and samples were taken at least once daily from a slotted drainage pipe placed across the lower edge of each plot, which drained the percolate for the entire plot.
Also listed in the report as one of the Top 3 LMSs for small businesses, Craig states, “What I like most about the Percolate system is that it provides a user-friendly experience and features, which are ideal for the small business customer."
Out of a directory list of 610 LMS/LCMS and other learning platform vendors, Percolate is seen as "an entrant into the LMS market that will surprise clients especially those seeking a system in the small business market."
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Clearly inspired by events in the Middle East, the works by Dominic McGill and Siemon Allen that make up the recent show "Pop Agenda" use a pop-cultural idiom to offer a glimpse of how political, economic, and social issues get transformed as they percolate through mass media and culture.
"I believe the same thing will eventually happen with the Salvation Army, and it will percolate the same way across the country and create a potent backlash."
Analysts predict second-hand prices won't finally begin to stabilise until 2002, when this year's slow new car sales percolate down into the used market.
One respondent said this market segment is just beginning to "percolate."
Scottsdale, AZ, March 06, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Michaels & Associates announced news of the latest Percolate LMS[TM] version, now offering a Discussions feature that allows learners to communicate on any course or individual content material within a course.
However, premature evaluations may be too hasty and, as internal finishes are installed, including stainless-steel soffits and window reveals, the creative drama of the facade may well percolate to the offices within.
In I Am Monkeys, one of two canvases worked in tones of orange and rusty brown, von Heyl scrubs dry brown paint lightly over the surface, then rubs the canvas clean with thinner, creating buoyant forms that seem to percolate up from the lower depths.
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