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splashing

an abattoir term for large areas of hemorrhage in the form of brush marks or groups of spots, usually evident in muscles and under serous membranes.
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Two drivers found themselves on the receiving end when they were involved in altercations after being accused of splashing.
Two motorists found themselves on the receiving end when they were involved in altercations after being accused of splashing.
A team of Brown University and Harvard University researchers has discovered that there is indeed more involved in splashing than previously believed, the Newswise reported.
However, all of these efforts are of little value if splashing occurs.
DeRoyal has developed and launched ReliaFlex, a surgical suction liner system that provides 28% more suction flow power than other liners while eliminating regurgitation and splashing.
Finally, the rafts re-emerge into daylight where they unexpectedly plunge down multi-bump cliff drops before splashing into the pool at the ride's conclusion.