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cloudy

[′klau̇d·ē]
(meteorology)
The character of a day's weather when the average cloudiness, as determined from frequent observations, is more than 0.7 for the 24-hour period.
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As resolution to family crisis, then, the huggy, tearful melodrama of chapter 11 is pure Douglas Sirk: for just under the syrupy surface, in the same subconscious out of which Nonno cloudily conjures his Somalia, persist roiling secrets which even a mystical mind-fuck cannot resolve.
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