complex low

complex low

[′käm‚pleks ′lō]
(meteorology)
An area of low atmospheric pressure within which more than one low-pressure center is found.
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Currently, the only treatment available in the UK is a highly restrictive and complex low protein diet.
Adopting life style measures like avoiding obesity particularly central/abdominal below 35.5 in males and less than 31.5 in females by taking diet consisting of at least five portions of vegetables/fruits(mostly veges) whole grains(complex low glycaemic index carbohydrates) pulses/legumes(beans, lentils, peas) nuts, seeds(diet should be 90% plant based) rich in fibres both soluble and insoluble, low fat dairy products, fatty fish, white meat, low saturated fats and red meat, low salt, low sugar diet, avoiding junk, deep fried and processed food, zero trans fatty acids.
South of the so-called high pressure belt lies another zone of complex low pressure systems visible as strong vortices, but these are driven by the outer fringes of the rotating high pressure cell, and not so much by the temperature of the water.
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There is lots of complex low register playing, lots of rhythmic activity, lots of leaping around.
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A subsequent abdominal ultrasound found a large complex low anterior abdominal mass abutting the uterine fundus measuring 10 x 6.6 x 9.3 cm (Figure 2).
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This matches the description of a complex low pressure system.
A major anticyclone with core pressures well above 1030hPa straddled the Date Line (1800) in the south Pacific while on our side, a complex low pressure pattern covered most of southern Africa and the southern oceans.