FLUID


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Related to FLUID: fluid mechanics, fluid dynamics, Fluid retention, Newtonian fluid
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But in this middle fluid travelled over by the Nautilus, the electric brightness was produced even in the bosom of the waves.
said Colonel Killigrew, who believed not a word of the doctor's story; "and what may be the effect of this fluid on the human frame?
The shadow of the masts and rigging, with the never-furled riding- sail, rolled to and fro on the heaving deck in the moonlight; and the pile of fish by the stern shone like a dump of fluid silver.
They gave him a glass of whitish fluid like to gin, and then more; and in a little time his gravity departed from him.
Hereupon the Angel of the Odd replenished my goblet (which was about a third full of Port) with a colorless fluid that he poured from one of his hand bottles.
This derivative, to say the truth, is still countenanced by some traces of the electric fluid evident on the summit of the steeple of the House of the Town-Council.
Readjusting the battery, we now applied the fluid to the bisected nerves -- when, with a movement of exceeding life-likeness, the Mummy first drew up its right knee so as to bring it nearly in contact with the abdomen, and then, straightening the limb with inconceivable force, bestowed a kick upon Doctor Ponnonner, which had the effect of discharging that gentleman, like an arrow from a catapult, through a window into the street below.
Another of these magicians, by means of a fluid that nobody ever yet saw, could make the corpses of his friends brandish their arms, kick out their legs, fight, or even get up and dance at his will.
Occasionally this rosy fluid overflows into the rest of her face--by which I mean that she blushes--as softly as the mark of your breath on the window- pane.
The capacity of this interior balloon was only sixty-seven thousand cubic feet: it was to float in the fluid surrounding it.
It was a nasty job, for the fluid was very sticky, but Cecily persevered and got it done.
In the condensed milk can he mixed one part of water with two parts of fluid from the bottle.