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SWIRLSStratospheric Wind Infrared Limb Sounder
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I caught one glimpse of his venomous, menacing eyes amid the white swirl of the waters.
Huge currents flowing past islands and peninsulas generate enormous swirls in their wake, occasionally casting off giant whirlpools.
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Swirl or non-uniform velocity profiles, such as jetting, at the turbine meter inlet can cause undesirable accuracy performance changes.
The researchers think that the formation of the swirls on the moon may have something to do with the magnetic anomalies and space weather.
Slue Bunny Mini Swirls Cones have also been multiplying with a new Mini Swirls Peanut Butter Ice Cream, Cones featuring creamy peanut butter ice cream, swirled with a thick ribbon of peanut butter and dipped in chocolaty coating inside a crunchy sugar cone.
"Rockin' Raspberry Swirl Pie" is sure to get any party started!
A couple of months ago, I wrote about putting up faux-tin ceiling wallpaper on my ceiling to try to hide those swirls, so popular in the 1950s and `60s.
Thirty years after the Apollo missions there still is no compelling explanation for Reiner Gamma and the other swirls, but there are some interesting ones.
Probing further back in time, other astronomers have managed to get a rough measure of the various speeds at which gas swirls around inside five more remote galaxies.
A significant number of rotomolders are unfamiliar with the origins of problems such as color shifts, swirls, bleeding, and more severe color-related problems such as part warpage and loss of physical properties.
You'll probably notice that the layers are irregular, sometimes even swirled. The swirls appear because the rock was folded under pressure.