from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Office employees and other personnel who work days.
- n. The side of a planet facing the sun.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The side of a planet that faces towards the sun around which it orbits
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Guess which quote got MSNBC all twitterpated and had David Schuster apologizing: "We all say things sometimes when we're passionate that we don't intend, and especially on a dayside family-oriented* cable television news network."
Streigel now produces for David Shuster on MSNBC and \ "will eventually settle in to overseeing two dayside hours, \" the website reports.
Streigel now produces for David Shuster on MSNBC and "will eventually settle in to overseeing two dayside hours," the website reports.
For the first time, four spacecraft flying in constellation the ESA Cluster mission, have provided unambiguous evidence of anti-parallel reconnection at high latitude on the dayside magnetopause, occurring quasi-simultaneously with a period of low-latitude component reconnection detected by the Sino-European Double Star TC-1 satellite.
This study reports the observation of fissures on the Sun-facing side of the Earth's magnetic shield – the dayside magnetopause.
But as I noted above, it drives convection in the ionosphere and this seems to be a major dayside the article context effect.
"These observations support the idea that both anti-parallel and component reconnection occur at the dayside magnetopause under the same IMF conditions and that both phenomena might be the local signatures of a global reconnection picture", says Professor Malcolm Dunlop from the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, Didcot, UK.
The channel, which is finally adding a new show at 10PM (in place of the "Countdown" repeat), is also shaking up dayside.
One port framed Saturn at half phase, dayside pale gold and rich bands amidst the jewelry of its rings, night side wanly ashimmer with starlight upon clouds, as big to the sight as Earth over Luna.
You know, I've wracked my memory and have largely been unable to come up with one significant example of MSNBC's dayside coverage devoting any real ...
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