10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 4 Reid, Carlton (2014) Roads Were
Not Built for Cars p. 226. 5 See Reid, Carlton (2014) ... 9 Hilton, Tim (2004) One More Kilometre and We're in the Showers p. 43. McGurn, James (1987) On Your
Author: Michael Hutchinson
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Category: Sports & Recreation
Somewhere in a German forest 200 years ago, during the darkest, wettest summer for centuries, the story of cycling began. The calls to ban it were more or less immediate. Re:Cyclists is the tale of the following two centuries. It tells how cycling became a kinky vaudeville act for Parisians, how it was the basis of an American business empire to rival Henry Ford's, and how it found a unique home in the British Isles. The Victorian love of cycling started with penny-farthing riders, who explored lonely roads that had been left abandoned by the coming of the railways. Then high-society took to it - in the 1980s the glittering parties of the London Season featured bicycles dancing in the ballroom, and every member of the House of Lords rode a bike. Twentieth-century cycling was very different, and even more popular. It became the sport and the pastime of millions of ordinary people who wanted to escape the city smog, or to experience the excitement of a weekend's racing. Cycling offered adventure and independence in the good times, and consolation during the war years and the Great Depression. Re:Cyclists tells the story of cycling's glories and also of its despairs, of how it only just avoided extinction in the motoring boom of the 1960s. And finally, at the dawn of the 21st century, it celebrates how cycling rose again - a little different, a lot more fashionable, but still about the same simple pleasures that it always has been: the wind in your face and the thrill of two-wheeled freedom.
Significant data samples have been obtained on four satellites : Explorer I ( 1958
a ) , launched February 1 , 1958 , perigee 355 km , apogee 2550 km ; Vanguard II
( 1959 m ) , launched September 18 , 1959 , perigee 509 km , apogee 3751 ...
Rodney Howard Hilton 1916–2002 RODNEY HILTON , born on 17 November
1916 , was brought up in Middleton ... life is based on Rodney Hilton's and Tim
Hilton's reminiscences ; T. Hilton , One More Kilometre and We're in the Showers
The young showers were generated by one interaction ... ( auth ) 9950 SOME
RESULTS OF RADIOMETRIC MEASUREMENTS AT 200 TO 400 KM
ELEVATION DURING 1960 TO 1963. ... In addition to fire ball type mechanisms
of meson ( 1 ) production at energies below 1014 ev , another mechanism was
found , producing ...
Neil , Buzz , and Mike go to the moon ; written and illustrated by Richard Hilliard .
unp il 2005 Boyds Mills Press 1. Children's literature — Works ... One more kilometre and we're in the showers ; ( by ] Tim Hilton . 396p il 2003 HarperCollins
7.9), so that the height of the tops of shower clouds can be as little as 2 km. ... by
nearly all cumulus of thickness as much as 2 km, and by a large fraction of those
of thickness about 1 km (Fig.8.8). ... echoes were observed from few clouds of
thickness less than about 1.5 km, but from all those of thickness about 3 km or more.
Author: F. H. Ludlam
Publisher: Penn State University Press
Water in the atmosphere and its influence on the motion of the atmosphere--the physics of clouds and precipitation--are comprehensively treated here in this final work by a master of the subject. Frank Ludlam's broad background and illuminating style have combined to produce an integrated picture of atmospheric processes, tying together the many interrelated aspects of dynamical meteorology, synoptic meteorology, and cloud physics. This book presents a synthesis of cloud physics, ranging from the microphysics which control particle growth through the large-scale dynamics of the atmosphere controlling air motion. The physical processes, from radiation to the interaction of cloud droplets, along with methods and interpretations of measurements, are discussed in a precise, compact style. The mathematical analysis is clear, and the exposition conveys a three-dimensional picture of airflow in an unusually lucid manner. Numerous line drawings, map analyses, and photographs aid the reader in visualizing the processes and phenomena discussed. This book is a reference and text for all atmospheric scientists and scholars in related fields as well as a guidebook for those who would like to understand something of the nature and the complexity of weather and climate. It will help the specialist put his specialty in perspective; it will help the forecaster relate weather to large-scale dynamics. And through his extraordinary style, Frank Ludlam was capable of conveying to all readers his joy in the beauty of a sunset.
At Km 14 is your Dr 60 menu dinner the hotel puts on the Café Mirguirne and , another km on , the some live fireside music ... You have a choice of simple
rooms for beds and private shower are Dr 50 , again for Dr 40 / 60 ( shared hot showers ) ...
Another single shower which fell on 15 March 1958 during the dry season and
produced up to 113 mm within some 2 hours or less , had a width of some 20 kms
and a length of 70 kms or even more . ( c ) In some cases it was possible to ...
While it was still 480 000 km out , ICE found “ beams ” of heavy ions , travelling at
very high speeds from the direction of the Sun. ... Radio astronomers also the
way they are ionised by the Sun's ultra- Infrared Telescope on Hawaii were more
picked up the 1946 meteor ... major showers , and lessICE began to encounter
these particles showed it was experiencing about one spectacular meteor showers in ...
One of the first results of using radar to study meteors was the discovery of a new
group of meteor showers . These have radiants that are only ... More recently
electronic image intensifiers have been used to record meteors , thus extending
the optical range to fainter limits . By courtesy of the National Research Council of
Canada AMPLITUDE RANGE ( km ) 300 America . An eye - witness account from
The light material that fell in the tail of the field may have been moved to the east
by 4 km or more , while the eastern ... The elevation of the Rio Primero where it
crosses the tail of the field near the twin villages of Ceniceros is 1 , 650 meters .
6 inches the shower radius is 3 . km . ... Making the assumptions that in one 24 -
hour period 9 f ) not more than one shower affects a raingauge , g ) the showers are all of the same size , h ) the showers are regularly spaced , one can now ...
These high - energy electrons will have directions that point back to the shower
axis , intersecting it , approximately , some few km above ground level . 3 ) When
2 or more high - energy electrons are recorded by the same TT detector , one ...
Author: Georgiĭ Konstantinovich SulakvelidzePublish On: 1977
altitudes 1.5 and 3.0 km was compared with precipitation , revealing that the
probability of precipitation increases together with the relative humidity . ... when
the probability of precipitation is calculated and even more so when semidiurnal
rainfall figures are compared with relative humidity . ... The necessary conditions
for the development of convection and , in particular , of showers are as follows : 1.
It is one of two showers associated with Comet 1P/Halley, last at perihelion in
1986. The other is the Orionids in October, and like the Orionids, Eta Aquarids are very swift, bright and frequently (40-60%) leave ... Atmospheric velocity 37 km
These are the same heights above the observation level, at which the electron-
photon component of the shower is effectively produced in the ... muons: for
muons with E^ > 5 BeV we have heff ot 5 km above the observation level, while
for E^ > 10 BeV we have heff 7 km. ... where the muons produced at heights h <
hgff are more effectively registered, and apparently one cannot neglect the
fluctuations in ...
It is in the school first that she feels herself a responsible member of a community
, where each one has the same ... The shower of fixed stars of 1872 was entirely
unexpected by the astronomers . ... Both comets were visible on their return in
1852 but they were pale and faded and more than two million kilometers apart .
At Km. 14 is the Café Mirguirne and, another km on, the Hôtel Restaurant Kasba,
which overlooks the fantastic rock formations on the other side of the ... At Km 25
is the village of Aït Oudinar, where you'll find the Auberge des Gorges du Dades (
or 830762) perched right over the river. You have a choice of simple rooms for Dr
40/60 (shared hot showers) or classier self-contained rooms for Dr 100/140.
Author: Damien Simonis
Publisher: Lonely Planet
Covers the entire Maghreb - Morocco, Algeris, Libya and Tunisia.
Therefore , one of the correlated showers will have about where a is the angle
between the direction of mo( A - 1 ) more ... the order of several square kilometers are at present being planned for the detection of EAS . into two or more fragments
Further , since the horizontal velocities of the showers were substantially greater
than the vertical velocities measured Willie the ... The first minute or so of echo
overhead was missed , and the start of record shows echo only between 1.5 and
3.5 km , entirely above the melting level which was at 1 km ( fig . 2 ) . ... It is again more organised , with upward motion above 2 km and downward motion below .