haze line

haze line

[′hāz ‚līn]
(meteorology)
The boundary surface in the atmosphere between a haze layer and the relatively clean, transparent air above the top of a haze layer. Also known as haze level.
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It took me over three hours to walk to the summit, there was no-one there whatsoever and this was above the haze line of the red sky that was stretching right across Phoenix.
With sentences like, "The sky above you brightened first, then the rising star seemed to coalesce out of the infrared, a shimmering vermilion specter emerging out of the haze line and then sliding along the horizon, shining dimly through the Plate wails and the distant abundances of air and only gradually gaining height, though, once it had properly begun, the daylight lasted longer than on a globe," on the same page with, "She nodded vigorously, 'Absofu#