Definitions for "Circulation"
The act of passing from place to place or person to person; free diffusion; transmission.
The extent to which anything circulates or is circulated; the measure of diffusion; as, the circulation of a newspaper.
For a chain letter variation V at time t, the number of V received after time t whose parents were received prior to t. The number of letters in transit from one recipient to another. CLEVO
Lending library materials for use outside the building. Also the library unit that checks out and reshelves materials, maintains reserve materials and more. For their policies and services go to the Circulation home page
The process of loaning library materials to patrons; the department that handles these loans.
the library department that checks out and places materials on shelves as well as handles overdue fines and lost book charges.
Keywords:  annulus, mud, drill, viz, stem
n: the movement of drilling fluid out of the mud pits, down the drill stem, up the annulus, and back to the mud pits. See normal circulation, reverse circulation.
The techniques for bringing rock cuttings from the bottom of the well bore to the surface by continuously pumping drilling mud down through the drill string and up the annulus during rotary drilling.
The passage of fluids, primarily drilling mud, down the interior of the drill-stem and back to surface viz the annulus.
The flow of blood through the body. Includes the heart, arteries, veins and capillaries.
The flow or motion of a fluid in or through a given area or volume. In meteorology, it is the pattern of air as it moves, generally observed as a large flow characteristic of a relatively permanent pressure system in the atmosphere. Also viewed as smaller patterns in semi-permanent pressure systems. In oceanic terms, it is used to describe a water in current flow within a large area, usually a closed circular pattern such as in the North Atlantic.
the flow of water in a swimming pool. Ideally, the circulation of your pool should have no "dead spots" (areas of stagnant water).
The movement of the blood in the blood-vascular system, by which it is brought into close relations with almost every living elementary constituent. Also, the movement of the sap in the vessels and tissues of plants.
The movement of water and steam within a steam generating unit.
movement in a circle or in a circuit
Currency; circulating coin; notes, bills, etc., current for coin.
The action of paper money or coins moving from one person or business to another.
anywhere a coin is used or where it might become worn. This can include banks, your pocket, your piggy bank, gumball machines, the store…you name it.
The continuous distillation* of a liquid for the purpose of refining, or rarefying it. Circulation is the exaltation* of a pure liquid, by applying heat and through circular solution and coagulation* in a Pelican.* See: Circulatory.* It contains in itself the processes of digestion*, sublimation* and distillation.
Keywords:  biloba, ginkgo, butchers, broom, cyan
Butchers Broom, Cyan and Ginkgo Biloba.
In modern terms, refluxing; that is, heating a substance (generally in a sealed vessel) to make it evaporate, recondense, and reevaporate continuously.
The circulation round a closed curve is defined as the line integral round the curve of the velocity vector component along the curve i.e.
Circulation in a clockwise direction is classed as positive. The formula above defines circulation. The word is used in a different way than the 'normal' English definition - the fluid particles are definitely not 'circulating around'.
In fluid dynamics, circulation is the line integral around a closed curve of the fluid velocity. Circulation is normally denoted \Gamma.
Those areas (corridors, hallways, etc.) in an office space that are used to travel between offices, cubicles and the like.
Keywords:  began, fan, moving, circle, motion
The act of moving in a circle, or in a course which brings the moving body to the place where its motion began.
The process of a fan moving air around within a specific area.
Keywords:  silt, orbit, earth, low
Low Earth Orbit silt
The three-dimensional change associated with the motion of the ocean or the atmosphere, and giving rise e.g., to surface currents and winds respectively.
(Secondary) circulation can be used for hot water preparation. This increases comfort (hot water is available straight away even with long piping systems), but it is also coupled with losses.
the spread or transmission of something (as news or money) to a wider group or area
Keywords:  total, currency, net, paid, sales
Total Net paid sales of a specified publication.
The total of all currency in use at a given time.
Keywords:  traffic, volume, market
Traffic volume in a market.