precipitation sätze

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Precipitation sätze (in englisch)

  1. Precipitation always has that after effect.
  2. Some of this precipitation then gives rise.
  3. The next, all shattered to meteor precipitation.
  4. This they effected, as I learnt, with a precipitation.
  5. How much would depend on the seasonal precipitation in the Great Lakes.

  6. For example, 12 inches of yearly precipitation is equal to 1 cubic foot.
  7. Uncas abandoned his rifle, and leaped forward with headlong precipitation.
  8. Pat wandered through the pounding precipitation and into his warm vehicle.
  9. The highest detected levels of Iodine-131 in precipitation in the US were as.
  10. Not too cold, there's no precipitation, and, unusually, there is no wind either.
  11. All of this extra moisture created a massive amount of precipitation on dry land.
  12. I would have seized him, but he eluded me and quitted the house with precipitation.
  13. The National Acid Precipitation Assessment Program (NAPAP) measured the effects of.
  14. All forms of precipitation develop within the firmament or atmosphere part of the planet.
  15. The question’s answer had a much bigger meaning than anything having to do with precipitation.

  16. This is the troposphere, where all of the water vapor, clouds, and precipitation are located.
  17. If there’s too much precipitation, as in the state of Washington, that’ll have to be handled.
  18. Cloud cover and precipitation in both areas of the Arctic Circle and the North Pole does not exist.
  19. The wet season had rolled in, bringing much needed precipitation to the jungle, but it hampered Lov.
  20. It was a foolish precipitation last Christmas, but the evil of a few days may be blotted out in part.
  21. Always remember to buy the best materials that can handle the weather, wind and amount of precipitation in your area.
  22. The sirens came on, and so did the rain, precipitation ringing the lights with intermittent halos of bright, flashing red.
  23. In the course of the campaign Murat’s precipitation was on more than one occasion the cause of serious loss to the invading army.
  24. When any object or purpose is clearly held in thought, its precipitation, in tangible and visible form, is merely a question of time.
  25. Cora, already regretting her precipitation, was obliged to comply, for Magua instantly left the spot, and approached his gluttonous comrades.

  26. Meagan sniffled and forced herself to look at him but the tears only came down as if released from a cloud that could no longer contain precipitation.
  27. The mountain zone may continue some way before the area of great precipitation is reached, or some earlier physical feature may have caused clouds to shed most of their rain.
  28. That lovely metropolis can boast of an annual average of three hundred and forty-two sunny days and forty-seven inches of precipitation, the rainiest months being April, May and June.
  29. In sizing the cistern, or a holding tank located above ground, the standard rule is that the capability of the storage tank must be 33% of the total gallons of precipitation or half the total gallons calculated.
  30. But the scout, after suffering the ardor of the lover to expend itself a little, found means to convince him of the folly of precipitation, in a manner that would require their coolest judgment and utmost fortitude.
  31. There was an eagerness for the blood of the Canadians—a headlong precipitation for their ruin, which indicated any thing else rather than feelings of humanity, or visitings of nature, on account of their condition.
  32. This they effected, as I learnt, with a precipitation nobody could account for, until, when come to myself, and composed enough to speak, I acquainted those of the house with the whole transaction I had been evidence to.
  33. It was unusual that he remained motionless, almost hovering in one spot as though he was fixed to that specific point, and his lack of features that could be attributed to the precipitation sent a cold chill down her spine.
  34. For instance, in writing to Marshal Victor from Smolensk he said—It may be that I shall not find peace where I seek it; in that case I shall be able to retire under cover of your reserves steadily and without precipitation.
  35. I soon learnt that as they were quietly proceeding a party of the savage Wahumba tribe had swooped down upon them; but seeing white men with rifles had fled with the utmost precipitation, without even discharging a poisoned arrow.
  36. On dissolving it in nitric acid, and applying the muriatic acid till precipitation ceased, the precipitate formed was all redissolved by boiling water; nor, when submitted to cupellation did the lead leave any thing upon the cupel.
  37. The cloud is then permeated with ‘seeding chemicals’ and the base of the cloud is sprayed with liquid Nitrogen, ‘Dry ice’, which when mixed with the seeding chemicals produces precipitation and lowers the now rain filled cloud.
  38. And the punch line was that a heinous serial killer and a rogue cop were taking us on a high-speed chase through the city on a cloudy night, visibility of about ten feet in front of the headlights, precipitation coming on and slicking the road.
  39. He hastily tore off the cover, opened the journal with nervous precipitation, passed contemptuously over the Paris jottings, and arriving at the miscellaneous intelligence, stopped with a malicious smile, at a paragraph headed We hear from Yanina.
  40. At the apparition of Eponine, the other five, that is to say, Claquesous, Guelemer, Babet, Brujon, and Montparnasse had noiselessly drawn near, without precipitation, without uttering a word, with the sinister slowness peculiar to these men of the night.
  41. Hoping to avoid getting her clothes wet, Faye had quickened her pace so as to beat the precipitation and had nearly won the contest until she had hesitated at the bottom of the stairs in order to look back over her shoulder down the beach over which she had just traveled.
  42. Each one in presence seated himself, as though ashamed of his precipitation; but it was many minutes before their meaning eyes ceased to roll toward their captive, in curious examination of a warrior who had so often proved his prowess on the best and proudest of their nation.
  43. The scout looked behind him, laughing at his own conceit, while he clambered up the partition, imitating, as he went, the clumsy motions of the beast he represented; but the instant the summit was gained he made a gesture for silence, and slid down with the utmost precipitation.
  44. In the first place, considering the Earth’s present water cycles, we know that the amount of water on the surface of the planet, in relationship to exposed land masses, is sufficient to provide us with a water cycle in which we have evaporation, condensation and precipitation all over the globe.
  45. To calculate water from the rainfall, you have to measure the yearly precipitation, then the total cubic feet of water for every square, the total square feet of the structure, square footage of the structure, the total gallons of water for every single cubic foot, to get the total gallons of water.
  46. For, all things moved so fast, and decree followed decree with that fierce precipitation, that now upon the third night of the autumn month of September, patriot emissaries of the law were in possession of Monseigneur's house, and had marked it with the tri-colour, and were drinking brandy in its state apartments.
  47. The headlong precipitation of a people into the truth, a '93, terrified him; nevertheless, stagnation was still more repulsive to him, in it he detected putrefaction and death; on the whole, he preferred scum to miasma, and he preferred the torrent to the cesspool, and the falls of Niagara to the lake of Montfaucon.
  48. We have to accept that in conditions where there was not enough water available to produce a water cycle in the form of rain or having evaporation, condensation and precipitation around the globe, much of the water that we see in the oceans today, must have come from somewhere else – otherwise it would have resulted in rain.
  49. Unaccustomed to crises or events that called for the quick decision of more brilliant and self-sufficient minds, she had found herself face to face with a problem, and was acting with a precipitation that made her dizzy, and a promptitude that suggested she had been brought into contact with just such difficulties many times before.
  50. In firing at short range, the trajectory is not as rigid as could be desired, the parabola is exaggerated, the line of the projectile is no longer sufficiently rectilinear to allow of its striking intervening objects, which is, nevertheless, a necessity of battle, the importance of which increases with the proximity of the enemy and the precipitation of the discharge.
  51. The features here were quite the same—a large brick-and-stone church with ivy climbing up the sides, tall stained glass windows, a dark belfry, a cemetery dating back at least 150 years where the church builders were undoubtedly interred, and the quaint gardens surviving remarkably well given the heat and the sweltering sun which seared down upon the delicate flowers despite the preponderance for precipitation back at the beach.
  52. The sunlight, partially obscured by the grey thunderheads that had continuously rolled though the region since early morning without dropping any precipitation, shone warm upon her cheeks without being hindered by one of her large hats that she had purposely neglected to wear today; though she was evidently sitting near a window, the soft breeze she felt cooling her cheeks came not from an open pane but rather from a fan inside the dining room, and she imagined there were several coloured men pulling ropes attached to the large fans overhead, similar to those in the days of the grand plantations, but decided this air was attributable to the modern wonders of technology.
  53. Beads of precipitation coated the pine needles,.

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