EQUATOR


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EQUATOREnvironment for Qualitative Temporal Reasoning
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Considering that these islands are placed directly under the equator, the climate is far from being excessively hot; this seems chiefly caused by the singularly low temperature of the surrounding water, brought here by the great southern
The inhabitants are between two and three hundred in number; they are nearly all people of colour, who have been banished for political crimes from the Republic of the Equator, of which Quito is the capital.
Waterhouse informs me, there is nothing in their general appearance which would have led him to imagine that they had come from under the equator. [1] The birds, plants, and insects have a desert character, and are not more brilliantly coloured than those from southern Patagonia; we may, therefore, conclude that the usual gaudy colouring of the inter-tropical productions, is not related either to the heat or light of those zones, but to some other cause, perhaps to the conditions of existence being generally favourable to life.
From books and travelers I had learned something of the little-known land of Kaol, which lies along the equator almost halfway round the planet to the east of Helium.
TELL US MORE ABOUT EQUATOR FROM THE AIR.The series is looking at the problems that face species, habitats and people around the Equator and the equatorial region.
class="MsoNormalKenya Meteorological Department (KMD) Deputy Director Ayub Shaka attributes the hot weather to the sun which is directly above the equator in March and September.
Virgin chose Equator to deliver its rebrand and to consolidate and transform its online systems in what is an increasingly competitive health and wellbeing marketplace.
An equinox, sometimes called an even night, is regarded as the moment when the plane (extended indefinitely in all directions) of Earth's equator passes through the centre of the Sun, which occurs twice each year: around March 20 and September 22/23.
An international team of scientists led by the University of Leicester has identified the weakened ribbon of H3+ emissions near the jovigraphic equator using the NSFCam instrument at the NASA InfraRed Telescope Facility, the first evidence of a localised ionospheric interaction with Jupiter's magnetic field.
The discovery was made in a region on the Martian equator called Medusae Fossae, which spans several hundred kilometers.
(NASDAQ: MATW) has acquired UK-based design agency Equator, Ltd.