cloud street


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cloud street

[′klau̇d ‚strēt]
(meteorology)
A line of cumuliform clouds frequently one cumulus element wide, but ranging upward in width so that it is sometimes difficult to differentiate between streets and bands.
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Does that mean that there is bloodbath on the Cloud Street? Not exactly, if one goes by the forecast of Forrester Research.
From the daring, artistically conscious works staged by Sydney's Belvoir Street Theater, which recently scored an international success with "Cloud Street," to the splashy, big-budget musicals associated with Cameron Mackintosh to a similar spectrum that differentiates the more flamboyant movies of directors Luhrmann and Elliott from the more nuanced, character-driven films of Jocelyn Moorhouse ("Proof," "A Thousands Acres") and Scott Hicks ("Shine," "Snow Falling on Cedars"), the Australian performing arts, and cinema in particular, is a mish-mash of influences,
At the moment I'm reading Paddy Clarke Ha Ha Ha by Roddy Doyle, Cloud Street by Tim Winton and Every Man For Himself by Beryl Bainbridge.
Muggy weather led to an unusual sight in the skies above Oxfordshire in the form of "cloud streets",horizontal convective rolls.
Many of the terms are endearing, such as anvil zits, cloud streets, horse latitudes, knuckles, mamma clouds, steam clouds and, of course, graupel.