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arcus

[′ar·kəs]
(meteorology)
A dense and horizontal roll-shaped accessory cloud, with more or less tattered edges, situated on the lower front part of the main cloud.

arcus

A low, horizontal cloud formation associated with the leading edge of thunderstorm outflow (i.e., gust front). Roll clouds and shelf clouds are both types of arcus clouds.
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There's no question that residential consumes a majority of our time," said Arcus, "I'd also argue that some of the bigger clients that are more long-term, I would say that they fall under commercial real estate.
We're excited to announce ISD as the first camera partner with Milestone Arcus VMS.
Disassembly of the Arcus 98DA is like that of a Browning Hi-Power, the design on which the Arcus is based.
Klinigimizde sag arcus aorta tanisi alan hastalarin radyolojik ve klinik ozellikleri.
The bid from Arcus - an investment firm formed by the management buyout of part of Babcock & Brown's European infrastructure business in July 2009 - is its second within a year after a 1400p a share proposal from a consortium headed by the group - worth pounds 640m - was rejected in April.
Arcus, with its knowledge and expertise in the latest cloud architectures and services, leverages such solutions to meet clients' IT implementation and support requirements ad-hoc.
It's comfortable to wear Arcus during training and it supports my Olympic preparation.
Milestone Arcus is a brand-new VMS product with new development code in its core that takes advantage of the company's 15 years of experience in video surveillance technology.
The Northstream consortium, led by Arcus, first approached Forth Ports in January last year with a bid of pounds 12.
An area of Titan called Hotei Arcus appears to fluctuate in brightness on timescales of several months, and in 2005, Robert Nelson of NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, and colleagues, suggested this might be the result of "cryovolcanic" eruptions of water from below.