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" Rain clouds; a thick layer of dark clouds, without shape and with ragged edges, from which continued rain or snow generally falls. "
Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections - Page 226
1913
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Maryland Weather Service: Maryland weather service. [Physiography and ...

Maryland. Weather Service - 1899
...sometimes giving it a wavy appearance; patches of blue sky may be visible through it. 7. Nimbus (N.). — A thick layer of dark clouds without shape and with ragged edges from which continued rain or snow falls or has fallen. 8. Cumulus (Cu.). — Thick clouds of which the upper surface...
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Hand-book of Cyclonic Storms in the Bay of Bengal: For the Use of Sailors ...

Sir John Eliot - 1900
...globular or rolled appearance, and also because it does not bring rain. 7. Nimbus (N.) Rain- cloud. — A thick layer of dark clouds, without shape and with ragged edges from which rain or snow generally falls. Through the openings in these clouds an upper layer of Cirro-stratus...
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Instructions to Observers of the Indian Meteorological Department

India. Meteorological Dept, Sir John Eliot - 1902 - 120 pages
...globular or rolled appearance, and also because it does not bring rain. 7. Nimbus (N .} Rain-cloud.— A. thick layer of dark clouds, without shape and with ragged edges from which rain or snow generally falls. Through the openings in these clouds an upper layer of Cirrostratus or...
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Taylor's Modern Navigation

Henry Taylor - 1904 - 347 pages
...globular or rolled appearance, and also because it does not bring rain. 7. Nimbus (N.), Rain-Clouds — A thick layer of dark clouds, without shape and with ragged edges, from which continued rain or snow generally falls. Through the openings of these clouds an upper layer of Cirro-Stratus...
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The Cyclones of the Far East

José Algué - 1904 - 283 pages
...2,000 meters. a. (0) Strato-cumulus: Large globular masses of dark color. li. (7) Nimbus: Rain cloud; a thick layer of dark clouds without shape and with ragged edges. 1). Clouds of diurnal ascending currents. (8) Cumulus: Apex, 1,800 meters; base, 1,400 meters. \Voolpack...
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The American Practical Navigator: Being an Epitome of Navigation and ...

Nathaniel Bowditch - 1906 - 652 pages
...by its globular or rolled appearance and also because it does not bring rain. 7. NIMBUS, (-V. ). — Rain clouds; a thick layer of dark clouds, without .shape and with ragged edges, from which continued rain or snow generally falls. Through the openings of these clouds an upper layer of Cirro-Stratus...
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Modern Seamanship

Austin Melvin Knight - 1910 - 540 pages
...appearance, and also because it does not brinj rain. Average height about I mile. 7. Nimbus (N.). — Rain clouds. — A thick layer of dark clouds, without shape and with ragged edges, from which continued rain or snow generally falls. Through the openings of these clouds an upper layer of Cirro-stratus...
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Scientific American Reference Book

Albert Allis Hopkins - 1913 - 597 pages
...rolls arranged in parallel lines and pressed close up to one another (roll-cumulus). 7. Nimbus. — A thick layer of dark clouds, without shape and with...Through the openings in these clouds an upper layer of cirro-stratus or alto-stratus may be seen almost invariably. If a layer of nimbus separates up in a...
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American Practical Navigator: An Epitome of Navigation and Nautical Astronomy

Nathaniel Bowditch - 1916 - 836 pages
...Nimbus by its globular or rolled appearance and also because it does not bring rain. 7. NIMBUS (N.). — Rain clouds; a thick layer of dark clouds, without shape and with ragged edges, from which continued rain or snow generally falls. Through the openings of these clouds an upper layer of Cirro-Stratus...
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Manual of Military Aviation...

Hollis Leroy Müller - 1917 - 308 pages
...appearance j (false cirrus) and having at its base a mass of cloud similar to nimbus. 5. (a) Nimbus. Rain clouds. A thick layer of dark clouds without shape and with ragged edges from - " which rain or snow usually falls. (b) Stratus. A uniform layer of cloud resembling a fog but not resting...
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