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- Hazy cloud of Saharan dust nearing U.S. MIAMI (AP) An enormous, hazy cloud of dust from the Sahara Desert is blowing toward the southern United States, but meteorologists do not expect much effect beyond colorful sunsets.
- Your machine gun has only 500 rounds of ammo.
- updated 8-12-2002 Teso (Nilo-Saharan) belongs to the Eastern Nilotic sub-branch of the Nilotic sub-branch of the Eastern Sudanic sub-branch of the Chari-Nile branch of the Nilo- Saharan family of languages.
- The crater is about 19 miles (31 kilometers) wide, more than twice as big as the next largest Saharan crater known.
- However, as the storms continued to develop, the two types of nuclei were removed from the storms by the precipitation and these nuclei then had less of an effect on the amount of rain reaching the surface.
- USATODAY.com - Hazy cloud of Saharan dust nearing U.S. Classifieds:
- EO Natural Hazards: Saharan Dust Across West Africa