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Circulation: The flow or motion of a fluid in or through a given area or volume. In meteorology, it is used to describe the flow of air as it moves around a pressure system in the atmosphere. It describe . . . View Full Definition
Circulation Cells: Large areas of air movement created by the rotation of the earth and the transfer of heat from the equator toward the poles. Circulation is confined to a specific region, such as the tropics . . . View Full Definition
Coronary Circulation: Circulation of blood to the heart muscle associated with the blood carrying capacity of a specific vessel or development of collateral vessels (extra blood vessels).
Lymphatic Circulation: A secondary circulatory system that collects fiuids from between the cells and returns it to the main circulatory system; the circulation of the lymphatic system, which is part of the immune system.
Walker Circulation: A deep east-west overturning in the atmosphere normally confined to within about 20 degrees latitude of the equator extending from low-levels to near the tropopause.
Net Monthly Circulation: The number of unique Web users in the panel that visited the site over the course of the reporting period, expressed as a percentage of the in-tab.
Currency In Circulation: Applies mainly to international equities. Hedging technique to guard against foreign exchange fluctuations (i.e., short Euro l00 mm when holding a long position of Euro l00 mm in stocks).
Ekman Circulation: Movement of surface water at an angle from the wind, as a result of the Coriolis effect
Thermohaline Circulation: Movement of seawater that is controlled by density differences that are largely explained in terms of temperature and salinity
Rebounder: Is a mini-trampoline. Rebounding (bouncing on the trampoline) is a gentle, low-impact exercise that may strengthen your heart, improve your circulation, stimulate the flow in your lymphatic . . . View Full Definition