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  • 1 Cloud (surname) — Cloud or Cloude is a surname found in early England and in some native American families. Contents 1 Origins 2 Variants 2.1 Known variants 2.2 Likely variants …

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  • 2 Cloud Cult — Background information Origin Minneapolis, Minnesota Genres Art rock Expe …

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  • 3 Cloud Gate — Coordinates: 41°52′57.67″N 87°37′23.97″W …

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  • 4 photography, technology of — Introduction       equipment, techniques, and processes used in the production of photographs.  The most widely used photographic process is the black and white negative–positive system (Figure 1 >). In the camera the lens projects an image of… …

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  • 5 Cloud atlas — For other uses, see Cloud atlas (disambiguation). A cloud atlas is a pictorial key to the nomenclature of clouds. Early cloud atlases were an important element in the training of meteorologists and in weather forecasting, and the author of a 1923 …

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  • 6 Photography and the law — A No Photography sign, commonly placed in properties where the owner objects to or it is illegal to take photographs (though in some jurisdictions, this is not a legal requirement). Photography tends to be protected by the law through copyright… …

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  • 7 Cloud — For other uses, see Cloud (disambiguation). Cumulus cloudscape over Swifts Creek, Australia A cloud …

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  • 8 Cloud 9 (album) — For the George Harrison album see Cloud Nine (George Harrison album) Cloud 9 Studio album by Nine Rele …

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  • 9 Cloud Appreciation Society — The Cloud Appreciation Society is a society founded by Gavin Pretor Pinney from the United Kingdom in January 2005. The society aims to foster understanding and appreciation of clouds, and has over 22,000 members worldwide from 83 different… …

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  • 10 Altocumulus undulatus cloud — Infobox Cloud name = Altocumulus undulatus cloud image location = Altocumulus undulatus cloud.jpg abbreviation = Ac symbol = CM 5.png genus= Alto ( high ) cumulus ( heap ) species= undulatus ( wavy ) variety= altitude m = 2,400 6,100 altitude ft …

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  • 11 Cloudscape (photography) — Cloudscape photography is photography of clouds or sky. An early cloudscape photographer, Belgian photographer Léonard Misonne (1870 1943), was noted for his black and white photographs of heavy skies and dark clouds. [… …

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  • 12 Altostratus undulatus cloud — Infobox Cloud name = Altostratus undulatus cloud image location = Cirrus and Altostratus undulatus.jpg abbreviation = As symbol = CM 5.png genus= Alto ( high ), stratus ( layered ) species= undulatus ( waves ) variety= altitude m = 2400 6100… …

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  • 13 Hemispherical photography — Hemispherical photography, also known as fisheye or canopy photography, is a technique to estimate solar radiation and characterize plant canopy geometry using photographs taken looking upward through an extreme wide angle lens (Rich 1990).… …

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  • 14 Amazon Cloud Drive — is a web storage application unveiled by Amazon on March 29, 2011.[1] It provides users with 5 gigabytes of storage space by default, with further storage space costing one dollar per gigabyte per year. Users who purchase an MP3 album through… …

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  • 15 Cloudscape photography — An example of cloudscape photography Cloudscape photo taken in south India …

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  • 16 Digital Photography Review — URL http://www.dpreview.com Type of site Online digital camera reviews Available language(s) English Owner …

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  • 17 Mobile cloud computing — is the usage of cloud computing in combination with mobile devices. Cloud computing exists if tasks and data are kept on the internet rather than on individual devices, providing on demand access. Applications are run on a remote server and then… …

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  • 18 Altocumulus castellanus cloud — Infobox Cloud name = Altocumulus castellanus image location = Altocumulus Castellanus.jpg abbreviation = Ac, ACCAS genus= Altocumulus ( high , heaped ) species=castellanus ( castle ) variety= altitude m = 2,000 6,000 altitude ft = 6,500 20,000… …

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  • 19 aerial photography —       technique of photographing the Earth s surface or features of its atmosphere or hydrosphere with cameras mounted on aircraft, rockets, or Earth orbiting satellites and other spacecraft.       For the mapping of terrestrial features, aerial… …

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  • 20 National technical means of verification — is a phrase that first appeared, but was not detailed, in the Strategic Arms Limitation Treaty (SALT) between the US and USSR. At first, the phrase reflected a concern that the Soviet Union could be particularly disturbed by public recognition of …

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