15) Ensaio emphasizes the katabatic
nature of the asylum.
At higher elevations, winter snow redistribution due to katabatic
winds results in an increase in accumulation from the centre of the ice cap towards the margins, with the minimum accumulation encircling the ice cap at elevations 100-200 m below the summit (Koerner, 1966b).
Rachel Falconer notes that the important question arising out of katabatic
narratives is whether anything of value has been gained from the descent into hell.
These features include extensive loess deposits (now supporting the farming industry in large areas of the Mississippi basin) transported by ferocious katabatic
winds that formed as air flowed off the cold surfaces of glaciers, river valleys carved by water surging from glacial lakes (Lake Agassiz, Lake Duluth, etc.
It was the first time all five regional ensembles, Young Sinfonia, Folkestra, Jambone, Katabatic
Winds and Quay voices, had played together.
Director Luc Jacquet and cameramen Jerome Maison and Laurent Chalet ventured to Antarctica, braving blizzards and freezing 100mph katabatic
winds to photograph these remarkable birds in their natural environment as they travel to their breeding ground and seek the perfect partner.
Owned by JP McManus the 10-year-old looks capable of taking the step up to Champion class from the Grand Annual that previous winners Pearlyman, Katabatic
and Edredon Bleu did.
winds arrived without warning to shatter the calm.
22) As it is uniquely in Christ that both the katabatic
(from God to the world) and anabatic (from the world to God) movements are united, therefore we ought to "see the work of the Son as oriented toward the giving of the Spirit, and that of the Spirit as oriented toward the goal of Sonship.
winds blew the aerosol cloud over 50, 100, 200, and 400 sampling arcs.
Driven by gravity as air cools above the Pole, its 300 km/h katabatic
winds are infamous.
From March through to October when there is minimal to no solar radiation, the soil climate is influenced strongly by air temperature changes and soil temperatures may vary by up to--35[degrees]C over a few days during periods of katabatic