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HIGH. This word has various significations: 1. Principal or chief, as high constable, high sheriff. 2. Prominent, in a bad sense, as high treason. 3. Open, not confined, as high seas.

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Split flow in the midlatitude westerlies beginning in advance of 180[degrees] led into a broad and high-amplitude anticyclone centered along 150[degrees]W encompassing all of mainland Alaska and most of the Aleutian Islands.
In effect, the EIP is located approximately equidistant between the center of the subtropical gyre's rotation and the south Pacific anticyclone.
The first is associated to a mobile anticyclone detached from the Azores Anticyclone, while the well-shaped cyclone formed over the Gulf of Odessa, on the morning of June 28, disintegrates partially (Hustiu, 2011) (fig.
Today this anticyclone is more circular than sausage-shaped, and it is more orange than red.
The speed of the wind caused by a powerful anticyclone reaches 130-140 km per hour on the French coast and 100-110 km per hour on land.
Eventually, the cold dry air of the anticyclone met the warm moist air from the Arabian Sea and Africa," he said.
Changing characteristics of an anticyclone in Jupiter's South South Temperate Current, by Richard Schmude
The core anticyclone provides successive ridges to feed lower level moist air toward the equally persistent low pressure trough across mid-continent.
During the anticyclone that began in mid-June, there were widely spaced isobars from the Atlantic into Russia, North Cape to the Sahara.
They argued that the subtropical circulation in summer comprises a set of weakly interacting monsoon systems, each characterized by seasonal rains, a low-level jet, a subtropical anticyclone to the east, and subsidence to the west.
Stamm, qui menait la course vendredi, avait retrograde a la 3e place samedi matin, subissant a son tour les effets d'un anticyclone.
Simon Keeling, of Weather Online, said: "Just as autumn begins the weather settles as a large anticyclone develops and takes up station over the UK.