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He also explored the ramifications of Maxwell’s new theory of electromagnetism, as well as dabbling in chemical thermodynamics and meteorology.
Even the weather segment on broadcast news turns into a college-level meteorology course when active weather is on the horizon.
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Understanding how and why a particular disease spreads is a complicated matter, notes Zhaohua Wu, a professor of meteorology at Florida State University who has studied the links between weather and influenza and was not involved in the new research.
Without consulting the meteorologist at Simla it is difficult to accept assertions about the monsoon as ultimate truth.
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The night-watchman had sunk into log-like slumber, and the meteorologist and his merry men were making preparations to go abroad.
At the "sweeps," the meteorologist stood with a wooden hammer behind the table, and the gaming public swarmed on the other side.
Here, Bickerton and Correll were continually in consultation with the meteorologist on the latest breakdown.
We defy any medical man, or meteorologist, to prove the contrary of what we assert, viz.
Changeable, threatening, unsettled—the meteorologist might apply any of these terms to the prevalent conditions.
I ought surely then to find out what soil, and rain, and air are; so I must become a geologist and a meteorologist.

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