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Middle English flum river from Old French from Latin flūmen from fluere to flow bhleu- in Indo-European roots
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
From Middle English flum, from Old French flum, flun, from Latin flumen, from fluere (“to flow”).
They have some water rides too - their log flume is great fun!
The Princess pressed a button that turned on the pool area including the water flume.
A ten meter long 30cm wide and 30cm high glass walled recirculating hydraulic flume.
In this proposal a series of experiments with graded sediments are detailed which will take place in the tilting flume at HR Wallingford.
Verify the results of the preliminary study by repeating some experiments in a larger flume.
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