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  1. "The Whirlpool" a.k.a. "The Whirl" is a 2012 mystery fantasy drama action film written and directed by Bojan Vuk Kosovcevic.
  2. "The Whirlpool" is a 2012 drama and romance film written by Alvin Case and Edward Case and directed by Alvin Case.
  3. "The Whirlpool" is a film, directed by Alan Crosland and written by Eve Unsell, based on a story by Victoria Morton.

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Google previewWhy Information Grows (2015)

The Evolution of Order, from Atoms to Economies by Cesar Hidalgo

The whirlpool is a steady state, since it is stable as long as there is water flowing in the system.

Google previewPotter's New Elementary Geography ... (1888)

by Eliza Happy Morton

The legend concerning the whirlpool is that Charybdis was a monster who dwelt near by and thrice every day sucked down the water of the sea, and then thrice threw it up again. 9. The Geysers of California are regarded by the Indians with ...

Google previewImagining Culture (1995)

by Margaret E. Turner

Jane Urquhart's novel The Whirlpool is a paradigm of the enterprise of the new world writer and a self-conscious contemplation of the effects of new world conditions on the formation and functioning of special discourses. Like Kroetsch ...

Google previewGeorge Gissing (2013)

The Critical Heritage by Pierre Coustillas, Collin Partridge

The Whirlpool is a novel of London. Underlying the evolution of plot andthecareful delineation of characterisa studyoftheinfluence of the greatcity on lifeand mind.Heretofore Mr Gissing hasdealt chiefly with fortune's outcasts, the very poor ...

Google previewThe Extended Organism (2009)

The Physiology of Animal-Built Structures by J Scott Turner

The Whirlpool is a persistent feature of the Niagara River for two reasons. First, the flow of the Niagara River provides a steady source of energy and matter to keep it swirling. Second, the flowing water interacts with specific structural features ...

Google previewM'Culloch's Universal Gazetteer (1844)

A Dictionary, Geographical, Statistical, and Historical, of the Various Countries, Places, and Principal Natural Objects in the World by John Ramsay McCulloch

A mile below the whirlpool is an excavation from the side of the bank, containing about two acres, and 150 feet deep, called the Devil's hole. The high banks of the river extend nearly to Lewiston, 7 miles below the fails, when they become ...

Google previewA Dictionary, Geographical, Statistical, and Historical (1844)

Of the Various Countries, Places, and Principal Natural Objects in the World. In which the Articles Relating to the United States Have Been Greatly Multiplied and Extended ... by Daniel Haskel

A mile below the whirlpool is an excavation from the side of the bank, containing about two acres, and 150 feet deep, called the Devil's ...

Google previewThe Spa Encyclopedia (2003)

A Guide to Treatments and Their Benefits for Health and Healing by Hannelore R. Leavy, Reinhard R. Bergel

The whirlpool bath should not be compared to the underwater massage, as the mechanical component is weaker. One of the outstanding therapeutic uses of the whirlpool is to relieve muscle soreness and fatigue. This is the reason many ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Space (2009)

by Heather Couper, Nigel Henbest

MILLION YEARS AGO 100 MILLION YEARS AGO TODAY GLANCING BLOW About 300 million years ago, the Whirlpool Galaxy had a near miss with a smaller galaxy. In this computer simulation, we are seeing the collision from one side.

Google previewThe Celtic Encyclopedia (1998)

by Harry Mountain

The whirlpool became known as Brecan's Cauldron (Coire Bhrecain) and Corryvreckan.

Google previewThe Cambridge Descartes Lexicon (2016)

by Lawrence Nolan

Like the tennis ball model, the whirlpool model depends on similarities in behavior between different kinds of body (water and subtle matter). However, unlike the account of reflection and refraction in Dioptrics, the vortex theory was not worked ...

Google previewThe Encyclopaedia Britannica, Or, A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and Miscellaneous Literature (1823)

At present, in moderate weather, when the tide is either at ebb or flood, boats pass all over the whirlpool : but, in general, it is like the meeting of two contending currents, with a number of eddies all around; and, even now, there is scarcely a ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Symbols (2013)

by J. E. Cirlot

It is to be supposed, therefore, that, for the Primitive, the maze had a certain fascination comparable with the abyss, the whirlpool and other phenomena (8). Nevertheless, Waldemar Fenn suggésts that some circular or elliptical labyrinths in ...

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The Whirlpool,The Paint Brush, Molten Lava / Vocabulary Dance Moves

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The boy went for swim
In the river in monsoon
And drowned in whirlpool (Asif Andalib)
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