Definition of Percolations

1. Noun. (plural of percolation) ¹



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Definition of Percolations

1. percolation [n] - See also: percolation

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Percolations

percipients
perclose
percoct
percoid
percoid fish
percoidea
percoidean
percoids
percolate
percolated
percolates
percolating
percolation
percolation theories
percolation theory
percolations (current term)
percolative
percolatively
percolator
percolators
percolin
percolins
percomorph oil
percomorphi
percontation
percontative
percontatorial
percurrent
percursory
percuss

Literary usage of Percolations

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1. Water Rights in the Western States: The Law of Prior Appropriation of Water by Samuel Charles Wiel (1911)
"percolations Tributary to Watercourses.—A third class of underground water similar to the subflow, but distinguishable from it, consists of percolations ..."

2. The American and English Encyclopedia of Law by John Houston Merrill, Charles Frederic Williams, Thomas Johnson Michie, David Shephard Garland (1895)
"percolations ; WELLS AND SPRINGS—1. Bights Therein—Diversion or Interception of.—The correlative rights of adjoining proprietors in reference to running ..."

3. The Law of Riparian Rights, Alluvion and Fishery: With Introductory Lectures by Lal Mohun Doss (1891)
"... of the water of subterranean streams —Subterranean percolation—Rights and obligations of landowners with regard to subterranean percolations—Acton v. ..."

4. A Treatise on the Law of Building and Buildings: Especially Referring to by Augustus Parlett Lloyd (1893)
"The subject of Drains, Sewers, Cesspools, and percolations is one of so much importance in building operations that it has been deemed advisable to ..."

5. The Doctrine of Damnum Absque Injuria: Considered in Its Relation to the Law by Edward P. Weeks (1879)
"Subterranean waters—percolations diverted by well-digging. ... Rights of owners of land in subterranean streams and percolations — Water belonging to the ..."

6. The Law of Operations Preliminary to Construction in Engineering and ...by John Cassan Wait by John Cassan Wait (1900)
"percolations which are Artificial or Enforced.—percolations which are natural should be distinguished from those which are caused artificially, ..."

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