rabal


Also found in: Acronyms, Wikipedia.

rabal

[′rā‚bäl]
(meteorology)
A method of winds-aloft observation, that is, the determination of wind speeds and directions in the atmosphere above a station; it is accomplished by recording the elevation and azimuth angles of the balloon at specified time intervals while visually tracking a radiosonde balloon with the theodolite.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
The stars: Francisco Rabal, Jose Coronado, Dafne Fernandez, Maribel Verdu.
Tranvia a la Malvarrosa (Tram to Malvarrosa) -- Starring Liberto Rabal and Jorge Merino.
Leaping 20 years in time, the narrative shifts to her son, now grown into the sulky and impetuous Victor Plaza (Liberto Rabal, of the full-lipped Antonio Banderas school of feverishly beautiful leading men).
The stars: Javier Bardem, Francesca Neri, Liberto Rabal, Angela Molina, Jose Sancho.
Cleaning Services Municipal Buildings (Gloria Fuertes Public School, Public School Paco Rabal, Local Health Office, Social Centre, Town Hall, Young Zone) in accordance with the Contract documents governing this contract.
Late Spanish actor Francisco Rabal won the award for best actor at the Cannes film festival in 1984 for his portrayal of the main character in the movie version of "The Innocent Saints" by Spanish director Mario Camus.