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  RAIN National Public Internet
RAIN's National Public Internet Network is much like PBS on your TV.
RAIN National Public Internet is one of the oldest Internet Service Providers in the United States.
Whether you need the National high-speed dial-up Network or DSL or broadband for your busisness or school district or health clinic, RAIN is the one secure source to go to.
www.rain.org   (184 words)

  Rain - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Rain plays a major role in the hydrologic cycle in which moisture from the oceans evaporates, condenses into clouds, precipitates back to earth, and eventually returns to the ocean via streams and rivers to repeat the cycle again.
Several cultures have developed means of dealing with rain and have developed numerous protection devices such as umbrellas and raincoats, and diversion devices such as gutters and storm drains that lead rains to sewers.
Rain may be harvested, though rainwater is rarely pure (as acid rain occurs naturally), or used as greywater.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Rain   (1169 words)

 Rain gauge - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A rain gauge is a type of instrument used by meteorologists and hydrologists to gather and measure the amount of liquid or solid (snow, sleet, hail) precipitation over a set period of time.
Rain may fall on the funnel and freeze or snow may collect in the gauge and not permit any subsequent rain to pass through.
Rainfall character is decided by the total amount of rain that has fallen in a set period (usually 1 hour) and by counting the number of 'clicks' in a 10 minute period the observer can decide the character of the rain.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Rain_gauge   (1167 words)

 Tropical Rain Forests - Endangered Species In The Wild Spotlight - Bagheera
Rain forests are the predominant natural vegetation throughout the wet tropics.
Rain forests experience from 40 to 400 inches (100 to 1000 cm) of rain a year and an average temperature of about 80° F (26° C), with no pronounced cold or dry spells.
Rain forests are being eliminated for timber, minerals, agriculture, and human settlement.
www.bagheera.com /inthewild/spot_sprain.htm   (465 words)

 Rain - Cats Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Rain plays a major role in the hydrologic cycle in which moisture (http://wiktionary.org/wiki/moisture) from the oceans evaporates, condenses into clouds, precipitates back to earth, and eventually returns to the ocean via streams and rivers to repeat the cycle again.
Several cultures have developed means of dealing with rain and have developed numerous protection devices such as umbrellas and raincoats, and diversion devices such as gutters and storm drains.
Rain may be collected for drinking water, or used as greywater.
www.cats.tiptophot.com /cats/index.php?title=Rain   (573 words)

 Benchtest.Com - Rain
Rain was the third of the CPU cooler programs to be introduced.
As Rain version 1.0 was written before the Celeron A was brought out, Rain incorrectly identifies the Celeron A, Celeron II, and all Pentium III CPUs as a Pentium Pro.
While this is a good thing as Rain does not consume any of the CPUs cycles when it is active, it also means that Rain offers no benefits when the CPU is active.
www.benchtest.com /rain.html   (449 words)

 Netlabel: Webbed Hand Records - The Rain Series
Not all of the albums contain rain sounds, but many do have some kind of watery elements, since the sounds of rain, trickling water, and ocean waves are relaxing and conducive to stillness.
Mystified's third Rain album is a bright, languid, minimalistic composition which conveys a sense of self-sufficient solitude.
Mystified's "Rain 1" is a pleasing wash of white noises, cycling in slow rhythms.
www.webbedhandrecords.com /rain.html   (809 words)

 Rain (song) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
"Rain" — a 1966 single by The Beatles.
"Rain" — a song by the heavy metal band Samael on the 1996 album Passage.
This is a disambiguation page: a list of articles associated with the same title.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Rain_(song)   (141 words)

 KryssTal : Rain
The rain is caused by rapidly forming Cumulus and Cumulonimbus clouds.
The rain from a Warm Front is not dependent on the presence or absence of the Sun and can occur at any time of the day or night.
Monsoon rain is seasonal and occurs in certain regions of the Earth, India being one of the best known examples.
www.krysstal.com /rain.html   (1205 words)

The heaviest rain falls from the deepest, darkest clouds which are high enough for the raindrops to develop properly.
In this area, countries such as India are soaked by heavy rains for six months of the year, but are dry and parched for the rest of the time.
The equivalent French expression for "it’s raining cats and dogs" is "il tombe des cordes" (it’s raining ropes).
www.rcn27.dial.pipex.com /cloudsrus/rain.html   (641 words)

 Rain, a valuable resource
Rain and snow are key elements in the Earth's water cycle, which is vital to all life on Earth.
Rain does not fall in the same amounts throughout the world or even in different parts of the United States.
The topography of the land - Topography is the lay of the land -- the hills, valleys, mountains, and canyons.
ga.water.usgs.gov /edu/earthrain.html   (747 words)

 rain on Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Rain plays a key role in the hydrologic, or water, cycle in which moisture from the oceans evaporates, condenses into clouds, precipitates back to earth, and eventually returns to the ocean via runoff into streams and rivers to begin the cycle again.
The southwest coast of Chile, the west coast of Canada, and the northwest coast of the United States receive much rain because they are struck by the moisture-bearing westerlies from the Pacific and are backed by mountains that force the winds to rise and drop their moisture.
The rain dances of the Native Americans may, however, be said to be generally typical of all in the elaborate symbolic gestures and patterns and in the extensive use of drums and rattles (presumably sympathetic magic by imitation of the sounds of thunder and showering rain).
encyclopedia.infonautics.com /html/r1/rain.asp   (977 words)

 Bi / Rain Gallery and Profile on 비 Bi / Rain - Korean Pop Music Singer
Rain (also known as Bi) is a Korean pop singer whose real name is actually Jung Ji Hoon.
Bi Rain is becoming more and more popular over the last few years, and is now dawning at the level of an international star.
Rain has been invited to perform at the pre-match show of the game between the English premier league team Manchester United and Japan’s Kashima Antlers on July 28 at 7 p.m.
www.kpopmusic.co.uk /Bi_Rain.htm   (689 words)

 Rain Introduction   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Often, summer rains are brief and highly localized, as clouds suddenly boil up from the south in the afternoon and early evening.
The indigenous people of the Southwest welcome rain into their lives and land, praying for the blessing of rain through a variety of ceremonies and creative expressions.
This deep spiritual relationship is far from the stereotype of the "Indian Rain Dance", or feeble jokes suggesting a superficial and simplistic magic.
www.heard.org /rain/rainintr.html   (411 words)

 Rain Man (1988)   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Rain Man incorporates moving drama, timeless scenery and unbelievable performances from Dustin Hoffman and even Tom Cruise who up to this point in film history was known for typical chick flicks or films in which his potential was not shown, even the color of money couldn't make him look like any kind of decent actor.
Yet in Rain Man he isn't bad, but I suppose it is very clear and easy to say that Dustin acts him off the screen.
As Charlie finds out he has a brother never revealed to him by his father he feels let down and betrayed, and even more so that now his father is dead and leaving his estate, to the value of $3.000.000 to his brother, and not to himself.
www.imdb.com /title/tt0095953   (676 words)

 Astronomy and Earth Science: The chemistry of rain   (Site not responding. Last check: )
And since rain is so often connected with moist humid air, we tend to associate one with the other.
The statement that rain brings nourishment to plants is certainly true; rain is necessary to most forms of life.
Rain should be celebrated, water is the most precious substance on the planet, and it is rain that circulates it.
home.ccil.org /~kmiles/dln/5-96/rain.html   (721 words)

 Amazon.com: Rain: DVD: Joan Crawford,Walter Huston,Fred Howard,Ben Hendricks Jr.,William Gargan,Mary Shaw,Guy ...   (Site not responding. Last check: )
"Rain" tells one of those timeless stories that still has a lot to say to audiences today: missionary succeeds in reforming sinful woman but then succumbs to her charms.
"Rain," for which MGM loaned her out after her big success with "Grand Hotel," was a very different kettle of fish than her usual 1930s heroine and gives her a chance to really stretch herself.
Rain is a movie that was produced in 1932, prior to the Hayes Production code that radically changed Hollywood when it took effect in 1934.
www.amazon.com /Rain-Joan-Crawford/dp/B000056NWL   (2711 words)

 Rain & Floods   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Not including wind-driven rain, raindrops fall between 7 and 18 miles per hour (3 and 8 meters per second) in still air.
A flood results from days of heavy rain and/or melting snows, when rivers rise and go over their banks.
This radar produces many different views of storms and rain that allows meteorologists to determine if a storm could be severe.
www.weatherwizkids.com /Rain.htm   (985 words)

The rain storm begins with drizzle made by rubbing hands together, palms and fingers flat, back and forth slowly, then faster.
The rain is REALLY pouring down now as you add to your lap pounding, feet stamping on the floor.
A rain gauge measures the amount of rain that falls in a certain area.
www.alphabet-soup.net /mini/rain.html   (801 words)

 rain   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Acid rain is made up of harmful chemicals like sulfur and nitrogen.
Acid rain effects trees because they react with many nutrients this the trees need, such as calcium, magnesium and potassium.
Acid rain, then, makes the trees much weaker to other forms of damage, such as being blown down, or breaking under the weight of snow.
www.swlauriersb.qc.ca /english/edservices/pedresources/webquest/acidrain/acidrain.htm   (718 words)

 Rain | TIME
But the ambition that lifted Rain (real name: Ji Hoon Jung) out of a one-room house in Seoul won't be sated by simply conquering the biggest continent on earth.
Yet even if Rain, whose style virtually clones American pop, fails to make it in the U.S., the trend he represents is here to stay.
Rain is the face—and well-muscled torso—of pop globalism.
www.time.com /time/magazine/article/0,9171,1187264,00.html   (470 words)

 Rain Gardens - Gardening for Water Quality
Rain gardens allow rain and snowmelt to seep naturally into the ground.
Rain gardens are an important way to make our cities more attractive places to live while building urban ecological health.
Rain gardens are designed with a dip at the center to collect rain and snow melt.
www.mninter.net /~stack/rain   (1565 words)

 City Farmer:Rain Barrels
The rain falling on the roof of the Sumida City Office, an 18-storey building completed in 1990, is collected in an underground 1000 m3 tank.
The water used for toilet flushing is approximately 33% and outside use is approximately 3% of the average consumption.
Non mechanical rain water diverter used to collect water for chlorine sensitive plants.
www.cityfarmer.org /rainbarrel72.html   (1698 words)

 Howstuffworks "What causes the smell after rain?"
Since the bacteria thrives in moist soil but releases the spores once the soil dries out, the smell is most acute after a rain that follows a dry spell, although you'll notice it to some degree after most rainstorms.
The rain reacts with the oil on the rocks and carries it as a gas through the air.
These are a few common rain smells, but there are also all sorts of other scents after it rains.
science.howstuffworks.com /question479.htm   (531 words)

 RAIN   (Site not responding. Last check: )
As RAIN Ride Director, I would like to thank the 1,100 plus participants who registered and congratulate the 913 official finishers who completed the 158-mile ride in the allotted fourteen hours.
RAIN is an annual ride across the State of Indiana sponsored by the Bloomington Bicycle Club.
The latest RAIN jersey, the Route 40 Jersey, will be for sale in 2006.
www.bloomington.in.us /~bbc/tours/rain/rain.html#top   (642 words)

 Drinking Rain Water   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Rain water might be a little bit acid compared to water out of the ground or from rivers, which are somewhat neutralized from contact with minerals, so you'd be missing some of those minerals.
If you live in a really polluted city, it might be a good idea not to drink rain when it just starts, as it's washing out all the particulate material in the air (car exhaust, diesel fumes, dust, etc).
I think the concern about drinking rain water has to do with the fact that in our non-pristine environment the raindrops may have picked up some contaminant on the way down from the clouds.
www.newton.dep.anl.gov /askasci/wea00/wea00044.htm   (527 words)

 Electric Rain - Ultimate 3D Software for Adobe Flash, Papervision3D, Microsoft Silverlight, and Expression Blend Studio.
Electric Rain - Ultimate 3D Software for Adobe Flash, Papervision3D, Microsoft Silverlight, and Expression Blend Studio.
Swift 3D MAX has been updated for compatibility with Autodesk 3ds Max 2008 and 2009.
Electric Rain - 3D Software for 3d adobe Flash and vector animation for Adobe CS3 and Microsoft Expression Blend StudioSwift 3D software for adobe 3D F
www.erain.com   (214 words)

Don’t miss rain’s first public television special airing on CPTV (Connecticut Public Television) Saturday April 19 at 8:30 pm and
Get all the news, events and tour dates sent to your email.
For all public television marketing materials, please go here.
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