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|But that day its blackness was veiled in fog that lay very heavy there below |
Katie's feet. Fog always sought the low places first, she thought idly. The fog was
rising, masking the shrubs, turning them into dark presences like people. Like
2009 - 224 pages
|A dense blanket of fog covered the area over the Amazon River, extending out |
five or six miles. The fog was no more than ... Over the landmass, the earth was
heating from the sunlight, which caused the fog to rise a bit. Rather than
|But the fog did not lift, and at eleven the sun had not yet shown itself. Its absence |
... tell its position behind the curtain of fog; and soon the fog turned to snow. ...
The fog was rising, and I hoped that that day our observations might be taken.
|The fog was rising, and the stratified cliffs of ocher soil and pinkish ice were now |
hidden behind the mist, but the sunlight reflecting from them suffused the whole
fog bank with a weird, peachcolored glow. Even the buildings were almost
|No Ears noticed that the fog was rising. He could see the mountain men's legs — |
then, farther along the path, he could see several pairs of hurrying legs,
belonging, he supposed, to English people who were so accustomed to the fog
that they ...
|FIGURE 5.14 Warm air rising above thermal pools at. ○ FIGURE 5.12 (a) |
Radiation fog tends to form on clear, relatively calm nights when cool, moist
surface air is overlain by drier air and rapid radiative cooling occurs. (b)
Advection fog forms ...
|The book is informed by her experience of these wars in the Department of Defense, where she now plays a critical role in continuing the process of learning that has so visibly marked the military's performance in today's wars.|
|○Figure 4.21 (a) Radiation fog tends to form on clear, relatively calm nights |
when cool, moist surface air is overlain by drier ... On occasion, over the Great
Lakes, and other warm bodies of water, columns of condensed vapor rise from
the fog ...
|No fear had he now, on this solid ground, of rising wind or swelling wave. Even |
the fog had lost its terrors. It was with feelings like these that he once more
covered up his head from the night blast ; and not long after he was once more
|Oct. l.-Continuous fog 1111 round below about 4000 ft., rising and enveloping |
summit after 51'. Clear again after 161' and remaining clear for the rest of the day,
clouds hanging low and patches of fog lying among hills all round. Aurora was ...