Plume

[publisher] Plume is a publishing company in the United States, founded in 1970 as the trade paperback imprint of New American Library. Today it is a division of Penguin Group, with a backlist of approximately 700 titles. ...
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Plume

[Air episode] Pillows are also often found on sofas, love seats, and seats ...
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Plume

[band] Plume is an electronic/punk band formed by Lucas and Catherine Tizon, and originally based in London. Their collaboration was the result of Lucas` love of industrial sound, sound-engineering and his eclectic production technique. The band is now based in Jersey City, New Jersey, USA. == History == In 2001, Lucas persuaded Catherine t
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Plume

[hydrodynamics] In hydrodynamics, a plume is a column of one fluid moving through another. Several effects control the motion of the fluid, including momentum, diffusion, and buoyancy (for density-driven flows). When momentum effects are more important than density differences and buoyancy effects, the plume is usually described as a jet. =
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Plume

1. A visible or measurable discharge of a contaminant from a given point of origin. Can be visible or thermal in water, or visible in the air as, for example, a plume of smoke. 2 The area of radiation leaking from a damaged reactor. 3. Area downwind within which a release could be dangerous for those exposed to leaking fumes.
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plume

[n] - a feather or cluster of feathers worn as an ornament 2. [v] - deck with a plume, as of a helmet 3. [v] - form a plume
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Plume

1. An elongated body of fluid, usually mobile and varying in shape. 2. A visible or measurable discharge of a contaminant from a given point of origin. Can be visible or thermal in water, or visible in the air as, for example, a plume of smoke.
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Plume

Plume noun [ French, from Latin pluma . Confer Fly , v. ] 1. A feather; esp., a soft, downy feather, or a long, conspicuous, or handsome feather. « Wings . . . of many a colored plume Milton. 2. (Zoology) An
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Plume

Plume transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Plumed ; present participle & verbal noun Pluming .] [ Confer French plumer to pluck, to strip, Latin plumare to cover with feathers.] 1. To pick and adjust the pl
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plume

1. A feather; especially, a soft, downy feather, or a long, conspicuous, or handsome feather. 'Wings . . . Of many a coloured plume.' (Milton) ... 2. <zoology> An ornamental tuft of feathers. ... 3. A feather, or group of feathers, worn as an ornament; a waving ornament of hair, or other material resembling feathers. 'His high plume, that nod
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plume

noun a feather or cluster of feathers worn as an ornament
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Plume

• (v.) A token of honor or prowess; that on which one prides himself; a prize or reward. • (v.) A feather, or group of feathers, worn as an ornament; a waving ornament of hair, or other material resembling feathers. • (v.) An ornamental tuft of feathers. • (v.) A feather; esp., a soft, downy feather, or a long, conspicuous, or h
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plume

(from the article `Earth Sciences`) The geochemistry of lavas from Hawaii provided information about the mantle plume that many geologists assumed transports source rocks from deep in ... ...patterns of plankton abundance may be further influenced by local conditions. Heavy rainfall in coastal regions (especially areas in which ... ....
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plume

plume 1. A feather developed for the purposes of display, being long and showy. 2. A feather; especially, a soft, downy feather, or a long, conspicuous, or handsome feather. 3. An ornamental tuft of feathers. 4. A large feather or cluster of feathers worn as an ornament or symbol of rank; such as, those worn on a helmet. 5. A structure or form t
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plume

  1. a feather or cluster of feathers worn as an ornament
  2. the light horny waterproof structure forming the external covering of birds

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plume

• A rising column of gas over a maintained source of heat. • A buoyant mass of hot, partially molten mantle material that rises to the base of the lithosphere.
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Plume

(1) A long fringe of hair on the tail. (2) Carrying the tail plume-like over the back.
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Plume

long hair hanging from underside of tail
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Plume

[feather] A plume is a special type of feather, which often has a decorative or ornamental purpose. Plumes are possessed by egrets, for example, on the back of their head. ...
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Plume

The area of the Pacific Ocean that is influenced by discharge from the Columbia River, up to 500 miles beyond the mouth of the river.
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Plume

the material spreading from a particular source and traveling through environmental media, such as air or ground water. For example, a plume could describe the dispersal of particles, gases, vapors, and aerosols in the atmosphere, or the movement of contamination through an aquifer (For example, dilution, mixing, or adsorption onto soil).
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Plume

(1) A long fringe of hair on the tail. (2) Carrying the tail plume-like over the back.
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Plume

To pluck the feathers of quarry, origME>MFr>Lat: pluma= feather
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Plume

Feathers used to adorn the top of a hood
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PLUME

To pluck the feathers off the quarry.
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