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Q: Words that describe the movement of water after an object has fallen into it

XavierStuvwI am trying to build a vocabulary describing water after an object fallen into it. The objects could be anything ranging from an autumn leave (lighter than water and slow) to an asteroid (heavier than water and fast) for all I care. Note I am not interested in scientific rigour, rather in the w...

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Q: Words that describe the movement of an object thrown into water

XavierStuvwI am trying to build a vocabulary describing the movement of an object after it has been thrown into water. The objects could be anything ranging from a piece of cork (lighter than water and slow) to an asteroid (heavier than water and fast) for all I care. Note I am not interested in scientifi...

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Q: Words that describe the action of releasing objects into water

XavierStuvwI am trying to build a vocabulary describing the act of dropping or throwing objects into water. The objects could be anything ranging from a feather, a fishing line to heavy ballast for all I care. Note I am not interested in scientific rigour, rather in the which is which and in what words ma...

Now that's one weird fetish.
 
 
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10:34 PM
@Mitch - Sometimes, people have "conditions"...but you don't realize it until later...and it's exhausting. That's why all the saints in my family are dead. Well, we have one left... Basically, all the patience in my whole family rests in one person, my cousin; so I'm really not equipped...it's probably recessive.
Anyway, I'll never comment on any other comment again, no matter what it is. My bad.
 
11:14 PM
> "During my first three months at the company between October and December of 2019, I connected with all our employees around the world and spent a significant amount of time outside the office speaking with customers and community members." — Prashanth Chandrasekar
I'm guessing you didn't major in math, Prashanth. Or English.
There's only one month between October and December. Namely, January.
 
11:36 PM
@Robusto It's an Eats Shoots & Leaves bug.
He needed a paired comma before between.
 

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