After one more 53-day loop around Jupiter, Juno will start a series of 14-day orbits in October that will take the spacecraft over the north and south poles while soaring just 5,000 kilometers from the tops of the clouds that enshroud
and here speculation falters as memory stumbles, and you are parking your car in the hospice parking lot because yes, if you refuse to die in a corporation hospital they will be happy to rent you a room in which you can die at your leisure, and you lean back, exhausted by hours of hyper concentration, minding the road, fighting the ice, entering the ghostly vortices that envelop the car as if to enshroud
it but engine heat keeps the pall from forming on the hood although snow begins to freeze on the windshield almost at once, so you hesitate to shut off the ignition, reluctant to leave because to quit the car is to quit the dream and to step again into the storm.
The smoke of massive forest fires, the dust of volcanoes and meteorites, the blown sand of deserts and the frost of advancing glaciers--these are the elements that seem to enshroud
his hulk in the mottled browns and greys of a camouflaged tank.
Whatever fog of history may enshroud
the legal chain of ownership, Marlboro's claim to the Harpers Ferry bell is stronger than anyone else's.
THE SUN FARMER: THE TORY OF A SHOCKING ACCIDENT, A MEDICAL MIRACLE, AND A FAMILY'S LIFE-AND-DEATH DECISION tells of an Illinois farmer so badly burned in a tractor accident that only his feet were untouched--a tragedy which brought his wife a difficult decision: to allow him to die, or allow doctors to enshroud
him in a cocoon of artificial skin.
This is an account of the more-than-hundred-years attempt to roll back the stone from the tomb and unloosen the centuries of cobwebs that enshroud
Mark and Matthew, Luke and Paul, John and the author of Hebrews.
24 high-pressure misting nozzles will enshroud
the scene in a light fog, and a complex system of hydraulics simulates realistic animal movements.
Both produce powerful gaseous outflows called stellar winds, which enshroud
the stars and stymy efforts to directly measure their properties.
With some parts with tears and holes, the gauze does not exactly entrap and enshroud
the objects to obscurity; instead, it simulates some ripples that distort the images underwater.
Mr Iturra said he recommended the first man be pulled out at dawn because the miners are to be taken by Chilean air force helicopters to the nearby city of Copiapo, and fog tends to enshroud
the mine at night.