conflux

  • 1 Conflux — Con flux, n. [From L. confluxus, p. p. See {Confluent}.] 1. A flowing together; a meeting of currents. The conflux of meeting sap. Shak. [1913 Webster] The general conflux and concourse of the whole people. Clarendon. [1913 Webster] 2. A large… …

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  • 2 conflux — [kän′fluks΄] n. 〚< L confluxus, pp. of confluere: see CONFLUENCE〛 CONFLUENCE * * * con·flux (kŏnʹflŭks ) n. A confluence.   [From Latin cōnfluxus, past participle of …

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  • 3 conflux — index assemblage, chamber (body), collection (assembly), company (assemblage) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Bur …

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  • 4 conflux — [kän′fluks΄] n. [< L confluxus, pp. of confluere: see CONFLUENCE] CONFLUENCE …

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  • 5 Conflux — For the Draconic albums, see Conflux (album). For the Conflux Festival, see Psy Geo Conflux. ← Shards of Alara Alara Reborn → Conflux …

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  • 6 Conflux — ← Осколки Алары Перерожденная Алара → Conflux Дата выпуска 6 февраля 2009 …

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  • 7 conflux — noun a) A merger of rivers, or the place where rivers merge. It stands on the conflux of two rivers the Chelmer, whence the town is called, and the Cann. b) A convergence or moving gathering of forces, people, or things. Cast round thine eye, and …

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  • 8 conflux — noun Etymology: Medieval Latin confluxus, from Latin confluere Date: 1606 confluence …

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  • 9 conflux — (Roget s Thesaurus II) noun A converging at a common center: concentration, confluence, convergence. See EDGE …

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  • 10 conflux — con·flux || kÉ’nflÊŒks n. flowing together of two or more streams; coming together of people or things, assemblage …

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  • 11 conflux — [ kɒnflʌks] noun another term for confluence. Origin C17: from late L. confluxus, from con together + fluxus (see flux) …

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  • 12 conflux — n. 1. Confluence, meeting, union, flowing together. 2. Collection, multitude, concourse, crowd, throng. See confluence, 2 …

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  • 13 conflux — con·flux …

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  • 14 conflux — n. = confluence. Etymology: LL confluxus (as confluence) …

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  • 15 Conflux (convention) — Conflux Science Fiction Convention Genre Multi genre Location Canberra Country Australia First held 2004 Official website http://www.conflux.org …

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  • 16 Conflux (album) — Conflux Studio album by Draconic Released 2009 Recorded November 2002 …

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  • 17 Conflux Science Fiction Convention — Infobox Convention name = Conflux Science Fiction Convention caption = status = genre = Multi genre venue = location = Canberra country = Australia first = 2004 last = organizer = filing = attendance = website = http://www.conflux.org.auThe… …

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  • 18 Psy-Geo-Conflux — (also known as Conflux) is the annual New York City festival dedicated to psychogeography, where visual, performance and sound artists, writers, urban adventurers, researchers and the public gather for four days to explore the physical and… …

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  • 19 ETERNITIES, THE CONFLUX OF —    Carlyle s expressive phrase for Time, as in every moment of it a centre in which all the forces to and from Eternity meet and unite, so that by no past and no future can we be brought nearer to Eternity than where we at any moment of Time are; …

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  • 20 Ditmar Award results — Main article: Ditmar Award The Ditmar Award is Australia s oldest and best known science fiction, fantasy and horror award, presented annually at the Australian NatCon since 1969. The historical nominations and results (listed in boldface) of the …

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