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Very thin fog in which visibility is greater than 1.0 km (0.62 mi).
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Similar to fog, but visibility remains more than a kilometre.
Source: bom.gov.au

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a thin gray cloud of water droplets that condenses in the atmosphere just above the ground.
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a thin fog with condensation near the ground become covered with mist; "The windshield misted over" obscure: make less visible or unclear; "The stars are obscure [..]
Source: google-dictionary.so8848.com

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Management Information System Tool
Source: health.gov.au

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very low cloud
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a light fog. Visibility usually remains beyond 1 kilometre.
Source: itseducation.asia

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nepl
Source: yiddishdictionaryonline.com

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tuman
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To dream that you are enveloped in a mist, denotes uncertain fortunes and domestic unhappiness. If the mist clears away, your troubles will be of short duration. To see others in a mist, you will profit by the misfortune of others.   
Source: dreams-dictionary.org

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A dispersion of fine liquid droplets in a gaseous medium.
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A mass of cool air filled with tiny droplets close to ground level.
Source: quick-facts.co.uk

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A dispersion of fine liquid droplets in a gaseous medium.
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Liquid particles measuring 40 to 500 micrometers, are formed by condensation of vapour. By comparison, fog particles are smaller than 40 micrometers.
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(n) a thin fog with condensation near the ground(v) become covered with mist(v) make less visible or unclear(v) spray finely or cover with mist
Source: beedictionary.com

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Consists of microscopic water droplets suspended in the air, which produces a thin grayish veil over the landscape. It reduces visibility to a lesser extent than fog. In Australia, it is described as [..]
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Liquid particles 40 to 500 microns in diameter that are formed by condensation of vapor in air.
Source: cdiac.ornl.gov

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Management Information System for Transportation, an ITS system that integrates communications, data and video systems, incident detection, and traffic control devices in a comprehensive transportatio [..]
Source: its.uci.edu

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Water vapor suspended in the air in very small drops finer than rain, larger than FOG.
Source: pursuetheoutdoors.com

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Liquid particles measuring 40 to 500 microns, are formed by condensation of vapor. By comparison, fog particles are smaller than 40 microns.
Source: environmentallawyers.com

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Liquid particles measuring 40 to 500 micrometers (pm), are formed by condensation of vapor. By comparison, fog particles are smaller than 40 micrometers (pm).
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Liquid particles measuring 40 to 500 micrometers (pm), are formed by condensation of vapor. By comparison, fog particles are smaller than 40 micrometers (pm).
Source: ehso.com

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A liquor served over a glass filled with crushed ice, often a way of serving liqueur as an after dinner drink.
Source: drinksmixer.com

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To pour a drink over crushed ice.
Source: syrupmagazine.com

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Pouring a prepared drink over crushed ice.
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Pharmacologic agents delivered into the nostrils in the form of a mist or spray.
Source: online-medical-dictionary.org

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A horizontal visibility of more than 200 metres but less than 6 miles caused by water droplets in suspension in the atmosphere.
Source: metcheck.com

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Thin fog that reduces visibility to less than two miles. Meteorologists have a visibility limit of one mile, but the usual practice of seamen is to assume mist to be present when ships
Source: crewtraffic.com

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Serious injuries may occur even though property damage is minimal. Insurance companies often claim that the insured must not have been injured based upon the minimal damage to their automobile.  Insu [..]
Source: azlegalcenter.com

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Machined Integral Shear Tie
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    Mistrial
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A visible aggregate of minute water particles suspended in the atmosphere that reduces visibility to less than 7 statue miles (11 kilometers), but greater than or equal to 5/8 statue miles (1 kilometer).
Source: srh.noaa.gov

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A Mist is an aerosol formed by the dispersion of a liquid into very fine particles.
Source: airfilterusa.com

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Droplets rendered airborne by rubbing, boiling, splashing, or otherwise agitating a liquid.
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n.(1) "mist," s.v. mist sb.\1 OED. KEY: mist@n1
Source: sites.fas.harvard.edu

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An aggregate of very small water droplets suspended in the atmosphere. It produces a thin, grayish veil over the landscape. It reduces visibility to a lesser extent than fog. The relative humidity wit [..]
Source: en.wikisource.org

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Suspension in the air of microscopic water droplets or wet hygroscopic particles hanging over land or sea, reducing visibility less than 5 km, but minimal 1km or more. (Criteria used in Belgium).
Source: skystef.be

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A popular expression for drizzle or heavy fog.
Source: aviationweather.ws

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A visible aggregate of minute water particles suspended in the atmosphere that reduces visibility to less than 7 statute miles, but greater than or equal to 5/8 statute miles. It does not reduce visibility as much as fog and is often confused with drizzle.
Source: forecast.weather.gov

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Small droplets which are ordinarily liquid at normal temperature and pressure.
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Suspended liquid droplets measuring between 500 and 40 microns, generated by condensation from the gaseous to the liquid state, or by breaking up a liquid into a dispersed state, such as splashing, fo [..]
Source: bdma.org.uk

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Small droplets suspended in air near the surface. Droplets are large enough to feel when the air is moving 1 meter per second and is usually associated with stratus clouds. The difference between mist and fog is visibility. If visibility is less than 1 km, then it is fog, otherwise it is called mist.
Source: wunderground.com

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liquid particles up to 100 microns in diameter
Source: marc.org

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Similar to fog, but visibility is greater than 1 kilometre.
Source: weatherzone.com.au

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A mass of fine droplets of water, intermediate in size between haze and fog, and near or in contact with the Earth, producing a thin, grayish vel over the landscape.
Source: farmersalmanac.com

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Very thin fog in which visibility is greater than 1.0 km (0.62 mi).
Source: wrds.uwyo.edu

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Consists of microscopic water
Source: extremestorms.com.au

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A collection of microscopic water droplets suspended in the atmosphere. It does not reduce visibility as much as fog and is often confused with drizzle.
Source: docuweather.com

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A collection of microscopic water droplets suspended in the atmosphere. It does not reduce visibility as much as fog and is often confused with drizzle.
Source: weathershack.com

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Consists of microscopic water droplets suspended in the air which produce a thin grayish veil over the landscape. It reduces visibility to a lesser extent than fog. Muggy
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A collection of microscopic water droplets suspended in the air.
Source: ecolinc.vic.edu.au

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A collection of microscopic water droplets suspended in the atmosphere. It does not reduce visibility as much as fog and is often confused with drizzle.
Source: communityweather.org.nz

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A collection of microscopic water droplets
Source: image.weather.com

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A visible aggregate of minute water particles suspended in the atmosphere that reduces visibility to less than 7 statue miles, but greater than or equal to 5/8 statue miles. It does not reduce visibil [..]
Source: weatherdudes.com

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A collection of microscopic water droplets suspended in the atmosphere. It does not reduce visibility as much as fog and is often confused with drizzle.
Source: 40north70west.com

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manure (domestic animals’ excrement mixed with hay) * '''2003''', Franz Eugen Schlachter, ''Die Bibel'' (“Schlachter 2000”), Genfer Bibelgesellschaft, 4 Mose 19:5: *: und die junge Kuh soll [..]
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lang=en 1800s=1843 * '''1843''' — . ''''. *: The sky was gloomy, and the shortest streets were choked up with a dingy mist, half thawed, half frozen, whose heavier particles descended in a shower [..]
Source: en.wiktionary.org

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Small liquid droplets (moisture or liquid hydrocarbons) in a gas stream. In separators, mist extractors are used to collect mist.
Source: glossary.oilfield.slb.com

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A visible aggregate of minute water particles suspended in the atmosphere that reduces visibility to less than 7 statute miles, but greater than or equal to 5/8 statute miles. It does not reduce visibility as much as fog and is often confused with drizzle.
Source: w1.weather.gov

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Old English mistian "to become misty, to be or grow misty;" see mist (n.). Meaning "To cover with mist" is early 15c. Related: Misted; misting.
Source: etymonline.com

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Old English mist "dimness (of eyesight), mist" (earliest in compounds, such as misthleoðu "misty cliffs," wælmist "mist of death"), from Proto-Germanic *mikhstaz (sourc [..]
Source: etymonline.com

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clouds at ground-level, but with greater visibility than fog. Read more in the NG Education Encyclopedia
Source: nationalgeographic.org

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Military Information Support Team (US)
Source: psywar.org


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