blue haze


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blue haze

[′blü ′hāz]
(astronomy)
A condition of the Martian atmosphere that sometimes causes it to be opaque to radiation near the blue end of the visible spectrum.
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I remember, and I know that blue haze like the mist on the mountains in Switzerland.
I think," said Anne softly, "that `the land where dreams come true' is in the blue haze yonder, over that little valley.
She was the thing we call romance, which lives in the little hut beyond the blue haze of the pine-woods.
The clock ticked above the dresser, a piece of charred wood fell now and then in the stove, and the faint sharp scent of the geraniums mingled with the odour of Ethan's smoke, which began to throw a blue haze about the lamp and to hang its greyish cobwebs in the shadowy corners of the room.
Within the hour we were fairly within the Straits of Gibraltar, the tall yellow-splotched hills of Africa on our right, with their bases veiled in a blue haze and their summits swathed in clouds--the same being according to Scripture, which says that "clouds and darkness are over the land.
Rio de Janeiro -- Excursion north of Cape Frio -- Great Evaporation -- Slavery -- Botofogo Bay -- Terrestrial Planariae -- Clouds on the Corcovado -- Heavy Rain -- Musical Frogs -- Phosphorescent Insects -- Elater, springing powers of -- Blue Haze -- Noise made by a Butterfly -- Entomology -- Ants -- Wasp killing a Spider -- Parasitical Spider -- Artifices of an Epeira -- Gregarious Spider -- Spider with an unsymmetrical Web.
Now through August 23, Red Robin guests can feast their eyes on the limited-time Genisys Burger , a fire-grilled beef patty topped with roasted jalapeno, pepper-jack cheese, shredded romaine, bacon, tomatoes and jalapeno aioli, served on a new jalapeno-cornmeal bun or sip on the signature Blue Haze in celebration of the film.
GE has employed a team of seven who work at the custom-built workshop facility located in the Blue Haze Industrial Estate in Broome North.
On one occasion three women chain-smokers flicked their lighters all through the performance and surrounded all nearby with a blue haze.
I'll take you away from this city of man All pushed into trains like sardines in a can People running all over with nowhere to go Streets full of faces with their heads bowed so low We'll fly away just you and I in my orange balloon And a peppermint sky We will pass meadows of silver all silver and gold Woodlands of blue haze all your arms can hold Past purple mountains where gold eagles play On to green pastures that's where we'll stay No more running all over with nowhere to go We'll we bathing in lakes were cool waters flow We'll fly away just you and I in my orange balloon And a peppermint sky by Bery Barlow, Pensby
He was sitting, arms around knees, in a spangly blue haze by the sewage lake --the reflected neon signage of a luxury hotel across the water.
The Blue Mountains, which start around 30 miles outside Sydney, are so called because of a blue haze that hangs over them, caused by light refracting off eucalyptus oil in the air.