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Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory

External links * Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory (AOML) Category:Office of Oceanic and Atmospheric Research Category:Oceanographic institutions In the Northern Atlantic Ocean, a distinct tropical cyclone season occurs from 1 June to 30 November.

: www.aoml.noaa.gov hrd tcfaq L6.html title Frequently Asked Questions: Are TC tornadoes weaker than midlatitude tornadoes? publisher National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration date 2006-10-04 accessdate 2009-12-13 Tropical cyclogenesis describes the process of development of tropical cyclones. Tropical cyclones form due to latent heat driven by significant thunderstorm activity, and are warm core.

Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory , Hurricane Research Division title Frequently Asked Questions: What is an extra-tropical cyclone? author Stan Goldenberg date 2004-08-13 accessdate 2007-03-23 url http: www.aoml.noaa.gov hrd tcfaq A7.html Cyclones can transition between extratropical, subtropical, and tropical phases under the right conditions. Mesocyclones form as warm core cyclones over land, and can lead to tornado formation. ref name "FoN" >


Jiangmen

by Jiangmen in 1983, Ng Yap ( ), which refers to all the five counties of Xinhui, Taishan, Kaiping, Enping and Heshan, has become an official title, and is widely accepted by the local residents today. However, among overseas Chinese, the name Sze Yup is still popular and frequently used. thumb Siyi location in Guangdong (Image:Location of Siyi within Guangdong China.png) '''Sze Yup''', '''Sze Yap''', '''Seiyap''' (

Yì l five counties ), which refers to all the five counties of Xinhui, Taishan, Kaiping, Enping and Heshan, has become an official title, and is widely accepted by the local residents today. However, among overseas Chinese, the name Sze Yup is still popular and frequently used. thumb Siyi location in Guangdong (Image:Location of Siyi within Guangdong China.png) '''Sze Yup''', '''Sze Yap''', '''Seiyap''' ( y Sei3 yap1 p Sì Yì l four counties

of Xinhui, Taishan, Kaiping, Enping and Heshan, has become an official title, and is widely accepted by the local residents today. However, among overseas Chinese, the name Sze Yup is still popular and frequently used. *New World First Ferry, which operates a frequent service to Macau (timetable Ferry Schedule ). * Chu Kong Passenger Transport Co., Ltd Chu


Glywysing

2007 page 166 isbn 978-1-84323-901-7 It is possible it was only the union of Gwent (Kingdom of Gwent) and Glywysing that was referred to as Morgannwg. Wendy Davies. (1982). ''Wales in the Early Middle Ages''. London: Leicester University Press By virtue of its location and geography, Morgannwg or Glywysing was the second part of Wales, after Gwent, to fall under the control of the Normans (Anglo-Norman) and was frequently the scene of fighting

and was frequently the scene of fighting between the Marcher Lords and Welsh princes. William Rees. (1951). ''An Historical Atlas of Wales''. Cardiff: University College History AD 500–1080 The region originated as an independent petty kingdom named ''Glywysing'', believed to be named after a 5th century Welsh king called Glywys, who is said to have been descended from a Roman Governor in the region. Paul Aurelian Saint Paul Aurelian

of the Normans (Anglo-Norman) and was frequently the scene of fighting between the Marcher Lords and Welsh princes. William Rees. (1951). ''An Historical Atlas of Wales''. Cardiff: University College The 400 years following the collapse of Roman rule is the most difficult to interpret in the history of Wales. After the Roman departure from Britain (End of Roman rule in Britain) in 410, much of the lowlands


Buttevant

of the settlement followed a pattern frequently repeated in the Norman colonies of North Cork and Limerick. The original nucleus of the town consisted of a keep situated on an elevation on the south side of the town. Opposite the keep, on a pre-Norman site, was built the parish church, dedicated to St. Brigit, sister of St. Colman (Colman of Cloyne) of Cloyne. A mill, another characteristic element of Norman settlements, was located on the river, to the north of the keep. In addition

to Dublin in August. Here, it remained through the winter, moving to Buttevant, County Cork, in August. and then to Cork (Cork (city)) itself in April 1848. As was by now inevitable for Irish postings, most of the regiment was posted by companies to towns some distance from the headquarters, with these detachments changing location frequently. The regiment was finally brought together again in June 1849. Carter, pp. 214–219 * Ballybeg in Clarecastle, County


Nyíregyháza

at an additional cost. Another option for going to Sóstó from the train station is to take the narrow-gauge train departing from in front of the train station. This train is something like commuter rail to Sóstó, however, it doesn't run nearly as frequently as the buses. See thumb 200px Open Air Museum of Sóstó (Image:Muzeumfalu.JPG) The city itself is mostly devoid of must-see attractions, though you can take many pleasant walks with the squares and parks or see an exhibit or two. You

America (buffalo, cougars, raccoons), and the polar regions (polar bears, penguins). * *

--especially on the weekend--so reservations may be in order. Expect live music on weekends as well. * Drink '''John Bull Pub''' on Dózsa György u. 1., across


Johor Sultanate

substantial influence over the Straits of Malacca. With the fall of Malacca to Christian hands, Muslim traders often skipped Malacca in favor of Aceh or also of Johor's capital Batu Sawar. Therefore, Malacca (Portuguese Malacca) and Aceh became direct competitors. With the Portuguese and Johor frequently locking horns, Aceh launched multiple raids against both sides in order to tighten its grip over the straits. The rise and expansion of Aceh encouraged the Portuguese and Johor

economic and political power. Soon in 1666, it tried to break free from Johor and between 1666 and 1673, a civil war erupted between Johor and the Sumatran state. The war was disastrous for Johor as Johor's capital, Batu Sawar, was sacked by Jambi. After the sacking, the capital of Johor was frequently moved to avoid the threat of attack from Jambi. In their efforts to keep the sultanate together, the rulers shifted their centre of power many times from Pekan Tua to Johor Lama (Kota Batu), Seluyut

; to the Johor Empire by paying homage to Sultan Mahmud Muzaffar in Lingga. For three years Johor Empire was one again except Singapore. Worried by the current state of affairs, the British called Tengku Ali back to Singapore on the threat of cancelling his pension. In Singapore, he is frequently visited by Sultan Mahmud Muzaffar and their relations are cordial. End of the Empire The worried British then forced the 1855 treaty between Temenggung Ibrahim and Tengku Ali. In exchange


Cherepovets

; As a municipal division (subdivisions of Russia#Municipal divisions), the city of oblast significance of Cherepovets is incorporated as '''Cherepovets Urban Okrug'''. Law #1104-OZ Economy Cherepovets is one of the most significant industrial centers in northwestern Russia. Frequently the name of the city is associated with the joint-stock company ''Severstal'' products, which are exported to more than fifty countries. ''Severstal'' is one

. Depending on how far you want to go, prices range from 60 - 90 RUR per trip. From the train station the prices are a bit higher. What is nice is that the prices are set and are determined by what regions you are traveling to. There are also many bus lines that run very frequently throughout the day, but to really orient your way on these buses, or throughout Cherepovets, some Russian is required. Buses run about every hour from 5:00-20:00 to Vologda and back, and many of these buses are very

high-quality. Buses also run frequently to Kirillov, Belozersk, Ustyuzhna, Rybinsk, Yaroslavl' and other locations. See There are not many attractions in Cherepovets, itself. The main street is Sovetskij Prospect and it is a nice walk along it. At the end of Sovetskij is the Cathedral of the Resurrection of Christ, which was recently restored and a nice park around it on Cathedral Hills with a small museum to one of the city's first mayors - Milyutin. In addition


Foz do Iguaçu

173 m, , above sea level). Generally, the city is sunny during the year, but rain is fairly common during the spring and in the summer. The weather of the city, however, changes very constantly, because the region where the city stands is the zone where frequently three fronts meet. As consequence, it is not uncommon to see temperatures as high as 35 °C (95 °F) and in the summer as low as 8 °C (46 °F) in the city

and, frequently, thunderstorms.

; As of 2004, the prefecture of the city decided that a major revitalization of "Avenida Brasil" (Brazil Avenue) was needed. Attracting many consumers from many different areas of the city and even from its neighbours Ciudad del Este and Puerto Iguazú, the avenue, wide enough only to support two cars side-by-side, is frequently used during business days, and even more in important holidays (Christmas, Children's day, Easter, Mother's day), with many cars competing


Baracoa

not unpleasant. Baracoa can be surprisingly cool, though most of the surrounding area is pretty hot. Get in Although no longer reachable only by boat, Baracoa remains pretty isolated. Baracoa is accessible from Guantanamo City via ''La Farola'' (the lighthouse), a mountain road built in the 1960's to reward the Baracoans for their support of the revolution. Note that transportation '''out''' of Baracoa on both the plane and bus is frequently '''fully-booked''', so make sure to buy your return

flies to Havana on Thursdays and Sundays. The flight is frequently delayed so check the time at the airport office (Calle Jose Marti) or with local travel offices before showing up at the airport. By car It's also possible to drive La Farola in a rental vehicle or a taxi, though this is not particularly recommended as, asides from the difficulty and expense of getting a rental car in Cuba, most of the road, especially the mountainous sections, is '''very remote''' and if a breakdown happens


Ashburton, New Zealand

-casting. In part to rectify the limitations imposed by the lack of recreational waterways, Lake Hood was constructed just south-east of Tinwald. It provides rowing, swimming, and water-skiing opportunities. The Ashburton (Ashburton River, New Zealand), Rakaia (Rakaia River), and Rangitata Rivers offer good fishing, the Rakaia in particular is renowned worldwide for its salmon fishing. Upper reaches of the Rangitata are frequently kayaked and rafted, reaching Grades 3-4. The Rakaia is known

the coast, which it reaches at Timaru. Between Ashburton and Timaru it crosses Rangitata Island in the Rangitata River. He was for some years Chairman of the Public Petitions Committee. He was a forceful and, at times, provocative debater. During the 1860s, when Māori (Māori people) affairs were frequently before the House, Cracroft Wilson drew freely on his Indian experiences to reinforce his arguments. He strongly urged the use of Gurkha troops as the most effective means


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