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|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
|As he sat there he noticed a yellow fog rising-up from the creek and spreading |
out, covering the whole meadow area, including Skeeter and himself. It dawned
on him that the fog was rising at an odd time of day. It was just to hot to have fog,
|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.|
|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 ...
|Headland Rising air Sinking air Rising air G FIGURE 1 Along an irregular |
coastline, advection fog is more likely to form at the headland where moist
surface air converges and rises than at the beach where air diverges and sinks.
Fog That ...
|The wind was blowing fresh, and the sea was rising, yet the fog seemed thicker |
than ever. The boys thought that the wind might blow the fog away, and hinted
this to the captain. His only response was a long and emphatic whistle.
|The fog stops at hallowed ground,” Gary mumbled, staring around in amazement. |
““Look you guys, over there, and there,” said Gary, pointing to the boundaries of
the church, “the fog cannot enter upon this hallowed ground.” “Your right Gary” ...
|Through the picture windows, the fog was rising up from the park in the dawn |
light, and he was surprised to discover Fritz Sar razin already seated at one of the
rear tables in the otherwise deserted room, cracking open a soft-boiled egg.
|chapter. 3. The. Rising. Storm. July 26,1942. kiska, alaska, forty-nine Days after |
the JaPanese invaDeD alaska. On the northwest coast of Kiska Island, Alaska, at
Conquer Point, down a treacherously steep ravine of jagged volcanic rocks, ...