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The spark that generated the blue jet may have been a special kind of short-range electric discharge inside the thundercloud, Neubert says.
And, in addition, in Wisconsin, we were able to link those data up to hospital admissions and discharge data so we got really detailed information about the kinds of injuries and the length of stays in hospitals and whatnot.
Oscillating air discharge helps distribute cool air evenly throughout the space.
The film shows that based in part on procedural action taken by Thompson at the hearing, Cammermyer’s attorneys were able to persuade a federal court judge to overturn the discharge, resulting in Cammermeyer’s reinstatement in the Army in 1994.
SARS-CoV-2 spreads mainly through respiratory droplets — spatters of virus-laden discharge from the mouth and nose, according to the World Health Organization.
A spark, p­erhaps a flash of lightning from elsewhere, can trigger a cascade of electric discharges within a stratiform region, creating a megaflash.
SARS-CoV-2 spreads mainly through respiratory droplets — spatters of saliva or discharge from the nose, according to the World Health Organization.
Everytown for Gun Safety reports that there were seven shootings on school campuses in March 2020, but four of them were accidental discharges, and one took place between adults on a high school field.
The reveillée of the sleeping Mexicans was the discharge of our two field-pieces loaded with canister.
On the 6th of March they met eleven Flemish ships, and they saluted each other by a discharge of cannon.

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