Zenith

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Zenith

an Australian medium-woolled (21.5 to 23 microns), dual-purpose, polled sheep, produced by crossing sheep of Merino and Lincoln breeds.
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These are the courtrooms isolated in the animated concourse and washed in zenithal light as they pierce the building's canopy.
The rates are low, with a Zenithal Hourly Rate (ZHR) of around 5 for both showers.
This results in certain flanks being washed in zenithal light, but also divides up the ceiling plan so that each shaft, housing supplementary structure, supports its portion of roof.
The speaker explained that although the quoted zenithal hourly rates (ZHRs) for the Taurid shower--around 10--were relatively low, it rewarded patient observers with a higher proportion of bright slow-moving fireballs than other showers.