Christianity had already begun to percolate Hungary.
A deep stratum through which water can percolate, but in which it can never stagnate, is therefore necessary.
So far as the water-supply is concerned - and this is what ultimately determines the yield of crops - the rain which falls upon the soil should be made to enter it and percolate rapidly through its interstices.
The lime causes the minute separate particles of clay to flocculate or group themselves together into larger compound grains between which air and water can percolate more freely.
It is on the windward faces of the highest ground, or just beyond the summit of less dominant heights upon the leeward side, that most rain falls, and all that does not evaporate or percolate into the ground is conducted back to the sea by a route which depends only on the form of the land.
They are odourless and tasteless, and some yield clear aqueous solutions - the real gums - while others swell up and will not percolate filter paper - the vegetable mucilages.
It would slowly, but constantly, percolate downwards and towards the sea, and would ooze out at or below the sea-level, rarely regaining the earth's surface earlier except in deep valleys.
Percolate a perfect outdoor cup of coffee with a stainless steel coffee pot that is safe to place over an open flame.
The action of sandstone in filtering salt waters was investigated in 1878 by Dr Isaac Roberts, F.R.S., who showed that when salt water was allowed to percolate blocks of sandstone, the effluent was at first nearly fresh, the salt being filtered out and crystallized for the most part near the surface of ingress to the sandstone.
Simply listening to the music, picturing the dancers in the space, and letting all of this planning percolate will almost certainly begin to inspire movement phrases and eventually the entire dance routine will fall into place.
percolate through the shingle.
percolate back into the ground via a graveled parking area.
Small, however, as the micro-organisms are, they are larger than the capillary passages in some materials through which water under pressure may be caused to percolate.
percolate slowly producing a rich " crema "
Thus modern phosphate does not percolate to prehistoric levels.
percolate down to about 20 cm in normal soil.
percolate downwards until it disappeared from sight.
On GH, a story may percolate for a couple of months, but pick up full steam during sweeps season.
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