(Encyclopedia) wind, flow of air relative to the earth's surface. A wind is named according to the point of the compass from which it blows, e.g., a wind blowing from the north is a north wind? Scales of MotionWeatherGoing in CirclesFeeling the PressureHigh Points and LowWhat Makes the Weather Go 'RoundWhat's in a Name?Scales of Motion In the study of atmospheric motions, little swirls are? Part 36Stretch'd and still lies the midnight,
Two great hulls motionless on the breast of the darkness,
Our vessel riddled and slowly sinking, preparations to pass to the one we have? by W. B. Yeats The Last Gleeman"And Fair, Fierce Women"Regina, Regina Pigmeorum, Veni One night a middle-aged man, who had lived all his life far from the noise of cab-wheels, a young? A Negro Schoolmaster in the New South Mr. Charles W. Chesnutt's Stories The Capture of a Slaver by J. Taylor Wood From 1830 to 1850 both Great Britain and the United States, by? Beth's SecretWhen Jo came home that spring, she had been struck with the change in Beth. No one spoke of it or seemed aware of it, for it had come too gradually to startle those who saw her? Positively Last Appearance?Upon my word, I feel as if I lived in a powder-magazine, and don't know which barrel will explode next, and send me flying,? said Mrs Jo to herself next day, as she? by Percy Bysshe Shelley EpitaphNote on Poems of 1822, by Mrs. Shelley This morn thy gallant bark Sailed on a sunny sea: 'Tis noon, and tempests dark Have wrecked it on the?