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flu·men

, pl.

flu·mi·na

(flū'men, flū'min-ă),
A flowing, or stream.
Synonym(s): stream
[L.]

stream

(strem)
A steady flow of a liquid.

cathode stream

Negatively charged electrons emitted from a cathode and accelerated in a straight line to interact with an anode. X-ray photons are then produced.
See: Bremsstrahlung radiation; ray, cathode

flu·men

, pl. flumina (flū'mĕn, -mi-nă)
A flowing, or stream.
Synonym(s): stream.
[L.]
References in classic literature ?
He crossed the stream below the pool and disappeared through the green screen.
"Guess I'll take another whack at her," he concluded, starting to cross the stream.
He stumbled across the stream in the darkness and lighted his long-delayed fire.
Nightfall found him by the edge of the stream his eyes wrestling with the gathering darkness over the washing of a five-dollar pan.
The first cross-cut the man made, there was space for only three holes, so narrow had become the pay-streak and so close was he to the fountainhead of the golden stream he had been following for four days.
The stream once more drowsed and whispered; the hum of the mountain bees rose sleepily.
Shamankhel tribesmen told Dawn on Friday that absence of bridge over the stream was causing them great distress as the locals, including children, had to cross the stream to reach markets and schools located on the other side.
But they've had no easy way to inspect and monitor critical audio streams. AES67 Stream Monitor addresses this issue and fills their need."
Global Event Stream Processing Market , projects a standardized and in-depth study on the ongoing state of Market, providing basic industry insights such as definitions, classifications, supply chain, applications and industry cost structure.
"Marian #270uratnyacute, citizen of Terchova, also uses water from the stream."Many people come here to collect water, especially in summer.
According to (https://www.billboard.com/articles/columns/chart-beat/8464292/drake-scorpion-first-album-1-billion-global-streams-one-week) Billboard 's sources, "Scorpion" became the first album to ever cross one billion streams globally across all services in one week.
Specifically, not only would it save bandwidth costs--likely cutting the 8Mbps HD stream down to 4.5Mbps or so and delivering lesser efficiencies down the encoding ladder--it would also boost QoE because lower-bitrate connections would be able to view higher-resolution, higher-quality streams.