Thesaurus / latitude
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“Permafrost is a feature that has been part of the underground landscape in high latitudes for a long time,” says Sawyer at Ohio State.
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As the MJO moves across and out of the Maritime Continent, it triggers stronger circulation patterns that push air toward higher latitudes.
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For example, you can add a metric structure to the surface of a ball, like longitude and latitude lines on a globe.
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Occasionally, designers are granted the creative latitude to create mascots from the ground up, in any shape or taxonomy.
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The latitude where this forest once existed, 82° S, is a paleolatitude, Gramling says.
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It succeeds best in a deep rich loam in a climate ranging from forty to fifty degrees of latitude.
The French navigator, De Pages, passed the 81st degree of north latitude, in an attempt to reach the pole.
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Between 1° and 2°, or 3° North latitude, frequent changes in the weather are very common.
From 2° to 3° South latitude the wind is very irregular, and frequently excessively violent.
Between 10° and 20° South latitude we again met with very peculiar prevalent winds.
WORDS RELATED TO LATITUDE
- carte blanche
- free rein
- full play
- full swing
- laissez faire
- own accord
- plenty of rope
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