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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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Tropospheric zenithal delay of both the stations shows strong seasonability.
Geminids: This shower is generally the highlight of the meteor year, with high zenithal hourly rates.
Measurements are obtained from the simultaneous measurements of interception of the diffuse light in five distinct zenithal angles with a "fish eye" lens.
1 GHz (METEK) Lidar Visible Raman lidar at Backscattering 532/604 nm (LBI0 D-200, extinction profile Raymetrics) GPS Trimble NetR8 Global Zenithal tropospheric Navigation Satellite delay System (GNSS) receptor dual frequency Surface tower Solar Kipp & Zonen Surface weather instruments, Campbell variables, soil and Scientific and LI-COR, temperature, radiative Inc.
Tenders are invited forSteel structure for mounting the new mediateque and for lighting ZENITHAL Atrium
Its sensor package includes a Super HAD CCD camera capable to operate down to 0,01Lux, though an optional zenithal thermal imager can be fitted either to replace the daylight camera or to complement it.
The first definition of e-service quality appears to be that of Zenithal, Parasuraman, and Malhotra (2000, p.
Automatic determination of vertical deflection components from GPS and zenithal star observations, Acta Geodyn.
The large inner space is clear and bright, due to the zenithal light provided by the inverted ziggurat--so that the reader walks from a frightening space to a welcoming one, safely protected from the dangers outside, and restoring the public square that was threatened by the highways.
It is worthwhile to note that the spiral angle [theta], unlike the zenithal angle I, can take negative values.
Estimates of the peak Zenithal Hourly Rate (ZHR)--the number of meteors that would be seen by an observer in a dark sky with the radiant overhead--were considerably more diverse, ranging from only 40-50 m/h to 500-750 m/h.