Origin of flowage
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A monopoly will give us settled prices and control of the flowage.Joan of Arc of the North Woods</p>
It is extremely difficult to set limits to the effect of such a flowage.Farm drainage
Henry Flagg French
The water power has a fall of eighteen feet and a flowage of about three miles.
Flowage is often beautifully expressed by the arrangement of the slender laths of feldspar.Mount Rainier</p>
On these marshes, wherever the flowage is killing the grass, the vine is rapidly spreading, without transplanting.
- the act of flowing or overflowing or the state of having overflowed
- the liquid that flows or overflows
- a gradual deformation or motion of certain solids, such as asphalt, which flow without fracture
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