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#52031 - 01/06/02 01:21 PM hot towers
Hallo, everyone! I reappear just to say I'm doing alright, and to ask one leetle question: What is the meaning of "hot tower" as a verb? It is in the context of a book on climatology, where the introduction points out that "the fourth (chapter) hot towers in the atmosphere, including thuderstorms and hurricanes"... Any help?
Glad to hop back in just for a moment and see familiar names and messages. I hope everyone is well!
#52032 - 01/06/02 01:58 PM Re: hot towers
I think that "hot tower" is not a verb. It means very large hot rising cells of air in meteorology. Here is a URL about it, but probably not as good as your book.
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