Mistral

Mistral commonly refers to the Mistral (wind) in southern France and Sardinia. Mistral may also refer to: ...
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MISTRAL

The Face on Mars was one of the most striking and remarkable images taken during the Viking missions to the red planet. Unmistakably resembling a human face, the image caused many to hypothesise that it was the work of an extraterrestrial civilization. Later images revealed that it was a mundane feature rendered face-like by the angle of the Sun. ...
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Mistral

• (n.) A violent and cold northwest wind experienced in the Mediterranean provinces of France, etc.
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mistral

noun a strong north wind that blows in France during the winter
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Mistral

[crater] Mistral is a crater on Mercury. It has a diameter of 110 kilometers. Its name was adopted by the International Astronomical Union in 1976. Mistral is named for the Chilean poet Gabriela Mistral, who lived from 1889 to 1957. ...
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Mistral

[missile] Mistral is an infrared homing surface-to-air missile manufactured by the European multinational company MBDA missile systems (formerly by Matra BAe Dynamics). Based on the French SATCP (Sol-Air À Très Courte Portée), the portable missile later to become the Mistral began development in 1974. It was initially deployed in 1988 fo...
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Mistral

[typeface] Excoffon based the form of the typeface on his own handwriting. The stroke has an informal graphic quality similar to brush and ink. The lowercase letters are carefully designed to connect on a line to an extent unusual in script fonts. Descenders are long, and increase the sense of motion. The face has several specially-designed...
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Mistral

[wind] The mistral (Mestral, Μαΐστρος) is a strong, cold and northwesterly wind that blows from southern France into the Gulf of Lion in the northern Mediterranean, with sustained winds often exceeding forty kilometers an hour, and sometimes reaching one hundred kilometers an hour. It is most common in the winter and spring, and str...
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Mistral

Mis'tral noun [ French, from Provençal.] A violent and cold northwest wind experienced in the Mediterranean provinces of France, etc.
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Mistral

A cold, dry wind blowing from the north over the northwest coast of the Mediterranean Sea, particularly over the Gulf of Lions. Also called CIERZO. See also FALL WIND.
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Mistral

A cold, dry wind from the North or North-West, common on the Mediterranean coast of France.
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Mistral

A strong cold dry wind that blows down the Rhone valley in southern France.
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mistral

cold and dry, strong wind in southern France that blows down from the north along the lower Rhône River valley toward the Mediterranean Sea. It may ... [1 related articles]
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mistral

Cold, dry, northerly wind that occasionally blows during the winter on the Mediterranean coast of France, particularly concentrated along the Rhône valley. It has been known to reach a velocity of 145 kph/90 mph
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Mistral

Man-portable suface-air missile series [FR]
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Mistral

Mistral is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Mistral

Mistral is a French built autonomous short range anti-aircraft and anti-missile missile able to intercept in-coming sea-skimming missiles, fitted to some ships. The missiles are equipped with an infra-red homing head and have a 3 kg high explosive warhead loaded with tungsten balls. Range is 6 km.
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Mistral

Term used to describe a katabatic wind in southern France.
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Mistral

The mistral is the violent north wind that blows from the cold, snow-covered plateau of central France down the valley of the Rhone to the Gulf of Lions.
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Mistral

The Mistral was a French Simoun Class destroyer (torpilleurs) of 1319 tons displacement launched in 1925. The Mistral had a top speed of 33 knots and a range of 4800 km at 15 knots and carried a complement of 138. She was armed with four 5.1 inch guns; two 37 mm anti-aircraft guns and six 21.7 inch torpedo tubes arranged in two triples.
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mistral

[n] - a strong north wind that blows in France during the winter
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