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cyclones, plural;
  1. A system of winds rotating inward to an area of low atmospheric pressure, with a counterclockwise (northern hemisphere) or clockwise (southern hemisphere) circulation; a depression


  1. (meteorology) rapid inward circulation of air masses about a low pressure center; circling counterclockwise in the northern hemisphere and clockwise in the southern
  2. a violent rotating windstorm
  3. (cyclonic) of or relating to or characteristic of the atmosphere around a low pressure center; "cyclonic cloud pattern"
  4. Cyclone! was an Australian superhero anthology comic book originally published in 1985.
  5. The CYCLONE, was an early computer built in 1959 by Iowa State University, was based on the Institute for Advanced Study (IAS) architecture developed by John von Neumann. ...
  6. Cyclone is a 1987 science fiction action film about a woman who must keep the ultimate motorcycle from falling into the wrong hands. The film was directed by Fred Olen Ray, and stars Heather Thomas, Jeffrey Combs, and Martin Landau.
  7. Cyclone is the third studio album (seventh album overall) by Baby Bash, released on October 30, 2007. The album title and release were confirmed on the website.
  8. Cyclone, in comics, may refer to: *Cyclone (Marvel Comics), a number of Marvel Comics characters *Cyclone (DC Comics), a DC Comics character *Cyclone!, an Australian superhero anthology comic book
  9. Cyclone (Maxine Hunkel) is a fictional character, a comic book superhero in the DC Comics universe. She is the granddaughter of the original Red Tornado and a member of the Justice Society of America. Cyclone was created by Mark Waid, Alex Ross, Geoff Johns and Dale Eaglesham.
  10. (Cyclonic) Topic: GLOSSARY OF VACUUM TERMS (A-C)
  11. (pronounced SIGH-clone) the name for a hurricane that forms over the Indian Ocean.
  12. A Machine into which powder coatings are blown during manufacture, which uses an air vortex to separate oversized particles (which drop through the centre), undersized powder dust (which is blown out of the current of air) and powder of the correct particle size, which is collected for packing. ...
  13. Counter-clockwise rotating area of air that usually denotes unsettled weather. A hurricane is a (warm-core) cyclone.
  14. A coaster that turns and twists into itself. Named after Coney Island's famous woodie. As opposed to an out-and-back coaster. Also known as a twister coaster.
  15. extremely low pressure system. See hurricane.
  16. A low pressure cell, or a large storm system with counterclockwise air circulation.
  17. An area of low atmospheric pressure containing  closed isobars.
  18. Low pressure systems are areas, or closed systems, of low pressure and are also known as troughs and cyclones. Low pressure systems are associated with counter-clockwise rotating air, in which at the surface the air moves toward the center, and away from the center at high levels. ...
  19. An area of low-pressure often associated with stormy weather.
  20. Cyclones form when the mass begins to circle an intersection. Popular in Chicago's large six-point intersections, cyclones can be used to "mass up" the critical mass, so that it can maintain the density of cyclists necessary to prevent the flow of automotive traffic. ...
  21. Mineral processing equipment used to separate milled ore into different size fractions
  22. A device in which particles are removed by centrifugal forces in a cyclonic path.1
  23. A hand turned or tractor drawn seeder that broadcasts seed onto the seedbed by a rotary motion slinging the seed outward from the seeder.
  24. When Cy had a duplicate made of himself, it was called the cyclone.
  25. A low-pressure system with rotating winds, typically containing warm and cold fronts. See Lecture 32, slide 9.