cloud symbol

cloud symbol

[′klau̇d ‚sim·bəl]
(meteorology)
One of a set of specified ideograms that represent the various cloud types of greatest significance or those most commonly observed, and entered on a weather map as part of a station model.
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The cloud symbol became his signature that represents his practice and even became synonymous with the artist.
They began to use the cloud symbol to denote the demarcation point between what the providers was responsible for and what users were responsible for.
The term itself originates from the fluffy cloud symbol that is often used to represent the internet in flowcharts and diagrams.
The name cloud computing was inspired by the cloud symbol that's often used to represent the Internet in flowcharts and diagrams.
Inspired by the cloud symbol that often represents the Internet, cloud computing allows users to access their data, collaborate, and run software anywhere they can access the Web.
(The name "cloud computing" was inspired by the cloud symbol that's often used to represent the Internet in flow charts and diagrams.) Some of these Microsoft products provide appraisers with fast, efficient and low-cost access to applications for data storage, map and aerial imagery, synchronization of multiple computers' files, and support for Microsoft Office applications for Word or spreadsheet processing, scheduling and presentations.
A cloud symbol working on the same colour scale to represent the home's emissions in kilos of carbon dioxide.
This profound insight, expressed through the cloud symbol across cultures, suggests the possibility of significant dialogue between world cultures in our troubled age.
DID anyone else notice that while TV weather maps read ``scorchio'' across the country for the last two weeks, North Wales was the only place in Britain to have its very own cloud symbol every single day?
("Evil" meteorology teachers, like myself, used to make students memorize 30 different cloud symbols.) Cloud observations are even more important for aviation meteorology where cloud obstructions to vision pose great danger.
But it'll definitely satisfy your inner geek more than the mere cloud symbols that other apps offer.