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a difference in pressure (differential pressure). For example putting air in a tire (I know its pneumatics and not hydraulics but it is the same concepts.) the air tank is holding 110 lbs of pressure and when you connect the hose to a tire with 25 lbs the air is going to flow from the tank to the tire. or from high pressure to low pressure.

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