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Hoar Frost
   is   
White Ice Crystals Formed when Air is Moist and Surfaces Are Cold
"I Wander'd off by Myself, In the Mystical Moist Night-air, and from Time to Time, Look'd up in Perfect Silence at the Stars."
   are the closing lines of   
When I Heard the Learn'd Astronomer by Walt Whitman
"When the proofs, the figures, were ranged in columns...When I was shown the charts and diagrams...I became tired and sick, till rising and gliding out...."
Wet Snow (wet Pack)
   is   
Snow That Has Become Moist Due to Thaw or Rainfall
Snow with a high moisture content when it fell.
Moist
   in Italian is   
Umido
The Okeanides
   are the nymphs of   
Moist Breezes and Rain Clouds
Also known as Okeanides
Dry Line
   is   
A Boundary Separating Moist and Dry Air Masses
Mare Humorum
   is known in English as   
Sea of Moisture
Abuts the Gassendi crater
NĂ­te
   is the elvish word for   
Moist, Dewy
Dew
   is   
Moisture That Has Condensed on Objects Near the Ground
Whose temperatures have fallen to the dew point temperature.
Air Mass
   is   
A Large Body of Air Having Similar Horizontal Temperature and Moisture Characteristics
Gluten
   means   
Protein Formed when Hard Wheat Flour is Moistened and Agitated
Gluten is what gives yeast dough its characteristic elasticity.
Moisten
   means   
Add Enough Liquid to Dry Ingredients to Dampen but Not Soak Them
Hygrometer
   is used for   
Measuring Air Moisture
Wuzzing
   is   
Removing Excess Moisture by Centrifugal Force
Arid
   is   
Dry; Lacking Moisture
Wickability
   is   
The Ability to Draw Moisture Through the Fiber
Rainbow
   is   
Optical Phenomenon when Light is Refracted and Reflected by Moisture in the Air






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