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(1) Maximum Envelope of Water A value that predicts the area that will be flooded and the amount of storm surge for a particular area during the landfall of a hurricane. This MEOW is used in the SLOSH model of tropical cyclone (hurricane) forecasting
(2) Maximum Envelope of Wind A value that predicts the area that will be flooded and the amount of wind for a particular area during the landfall of a hurricane. This MEOW is used in the inland wind model of tropical cyclone (hurricane) forecasting

meow

see mew.
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20 kg of Meow Meow ( Mephedrone) worth ` 25 crore by the Special Cell of Delhi Police has not only busted international drug syndicate operating from Dubai but has also exposed the increasing consumption of party drugs in five- star hotels, night clubs, and private parties hosted in the national Capital Synthetic drugs are psychoactive and induce six to seven hour- long trips DELHI TRIPS ON MEOW MEOWNOW
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Meow says, "Last year the judges at the cat show went crazy over the beautiful long-haired cats.
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The meow is the most often used of the vowel patterns--vocalizations produced with the mouth first open and then gradually closing.
Australian chanteuse Meow Meow looked simply exhausted, defeated by the provision of an absurdly broad proscenium stage for her disappointing hodgepodge of cabaret bits.
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is introducing a plush version of the feline star of the Meow Mix cat food commercials on television.
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1 billion deal proceed, with the two companies promising to sell Meow Mix and Alley Cat dry cat food brands to Hartz Mountain Corp.
Now I know that all but Princess Meow hardly gets up at all