bubble high

bubble high

[′bəb·əl ‚hī]
(meteorology)
A small high, complete with anticyclonic circulation, of the order of 50 to 300 miles (80 to 480 kilometers) across, often induced by precipitation and vertical currents associated with thunderstorms. Also known as bubble.
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rom our glass bubble high in the Florida sky, we could just make out a giant silver sphere, a raging volcano, a twisting green rollercoaster and a swarm of snaking water slides.
From our glass bubble high in Florida sky, we could just make out a giant silver sphere, a raging volcano, a twisting green rollercoaster and a swarm of snaking water slides.
Housing starts are at 1.1 million, a pre-credit bubble high. Vehicle sales are the highest since 2005.
The Nasdaq remains at less than half the level of the tech bubble high of 5,048.62.
Due to gas bubble high volume compared to less than 10 [micro]m gap (fig.
The current pace of capital investment is adding 2% per annum to Japan's capital stock yet the Capacity Utilisation Index (capex) is at a post bubble high at 109.3--so a strong capex is likely to continue.
Year-on-year economic growth in Japan reached a post bubble high of 4.3 per cent, prompting the central bank to declare victory over its fight on deflation.
1-along fall from its tech bubble high of $122.25 in January 2000.