coastal refraction

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coastal refraction

The change of the direction of travel of a radio ground wave as it passes from land to sea or from sea to land. Also called land effect or shoreline effect.
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Professor Richard English, pro-vice chancellor for internationalisation and engagement at Queen's, said: "It's hard to measure the cold shoulder effect Brexit will have in terms of UK science, whether people will be looking for funders other than UK partners because they are not quite sure how it's going to go.
Hyperkeratosis with alternating orthokeratosis and parakeratosis forming a checkerboard pattern in the stratum corneum, focal or confluent hypergranulosis, follicular plugging with perifollicular parakeratosis forming a shoulder effect, thick suprapapillary plates, broad rete ridges, narrow dermal papillae, and sparse superficial dermal lymphocytic perivascular infiltration are frequent findings (5).
Wear your T shirts one size too big for an off the shoulder effect, tuck into some high-waisted shorts and cover up with a 'boyfriend' style shirt when sitting round the campfire.