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  • noun Plural form of pluviometer.

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Examples

  • (Did you know that rain gauges are also called "pluviometers" and "udometers"?

    BeldarBlog

  • (Did you know that rain gauges are also called "pluviometers" and "udometers"?

    BeldarBlog

  • (Did you know that rain gauges are also called "pluviometers" and "udometers"?

    Hugh Hewitt's TownHall Blog

  • (Did you know that rain gauges are also called "pluviometers" and "udometers"?

    Hugh Hewitt's TownHall Blog

  • (Did you know that rain gauges are also called "pluviometers" and "udometers"?

    BeldarBlog

  • (Did you know that rain gauges are also called "pluviometers" and "udometers"?

    BeldarBlog

  • (Did you know that rain gauges are also called "pluviometers" and "udometers"?

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  • During the first seven months of the year (the reports for which alone I have seen), including, of course, the season when the foliage is most abundant, as well as that when it is thinnest, the pluviometers in the woods received only fifteen per cent less than those in the open grounds in the vicinity.

    Earth as Modified by Human Action, The~ Chapter 03 (historical)

  • The increase of the rivers (which may be considered as natural pluviometers) is in proportion to the quantity of water that falls in the different regions.

    Travels to the Equinoctial Regions of America

  • During the first seven months of the year (the reports for which alone I have seen), including, of course, the season when the foliage is most abundant, as well as that when it is thinnest, the pluviometers in the woods received only fifteen per cent less than those in the open grounds in the vicinity.

    The Earth as Modified by Human Action

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