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scattered

[′skad·ərd]
(meteorology)
Descriptive of a sky cover of 0.1 to 0.5 (5 to 54%), applied only when clouds or obscuring phenomena aloft are present, not applied for surface-based obscuring phenomena.

scattered (SCT)

As it relates to the cloud amount, it means 3 or 4 octas (5 decas) of clouds.
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B], then it is inconsistent to treat the scattered wave as a plane wave at these energies since electrons are indistinguishable.
However, when the researchers used detectors that are sensitive to the direction of polarization of the scattered light, they saw an interference pattern for one type of polarized light but no pattern of intensity variations for the other type.
Cloudy skies and scattered rain are expected over Central Luzon, Calabarzon, Mimaropa, and the Bicol region.
Under the new spell, scattered rains coupled with gusty winds are expected at scattered places of upper region of the country while chances of heavy falls are also likely at few places.
Description: OMH announces this RFP for the operation of Scattered Site Supportive Housing programs with 14 scattered site units in Brooklyn approved under the NY NY II initiative and 20 scattered site units in Brooklyn targeted to serve NYS OMH priority populations.
To illustrate the effects of dependent light scattering on the angular redistribution of the scattered field, we have plotted in Fig.
Randomly scattered laser light appears as a finely grained speckle pattern as a result of interference of many scattered light paths.
In Khyber Pakhtunkhwa rain with snow over hills is expected at scattered places in Malakand, Hazara divisions, while rain is expected at isolated places at Peshawar, Kohat divisions.
She said each family member wanted to scatter their own pot of Michelle's ashes on the beach - where the remains of two other relatives were previously scattered.
The scattering characteristics generally refer to the amplitude and phase distribution characteristics of scattered field in frequencies and orientations.
Pre-planners leave directives where they want their ashes scattered, while others see ash scatterings as an environmental statement.
One notes that the incident wave propagates to impinge the random rough surface first and then the buried object; after that, the wave is scattered back to reach the observation point at y = 2 from the rough surface along y = 0 and then from the buried cube, the upper surface of which is along y = -2.