Pacific High

Pacific high may refer to:

  • A meteorological term referring to a semi-permanent, subtropical anticyclone:
  • Pacific High School (disambiguation)

Other articles related to "pacific high, high":

List Of Rival Schools Characters - Introduced in Rival Schools: United By Fate - Boman Delgado
... Boman Delgado (ボーマン・デルガド, Bōman Derugado?) is a student from Pacific High from the United States ... He too is captured and brainwashed by Justice High, and eventually freed by Taiyo High students ... Justice, Boman is the central character of the Pacific High story, having set out to find the person responsible for disrupting an inter-school athletic competition ...
Mediterranean Climate - Characteristics
... Mediterranean climate zones are associated with the five large subtropical high pressure cells of the oceans the Azores High, South Atlantic High ... These high pressure cells shift towards the poles in the summer and towards the equator in the winter, playing a major role in the formation of the world's tropical deserts ... The South Atlantic High is similarly associated with the Namib Desert and the Mediterranean climate of the western part of South Africa ...

Famous quotes containing the words high and/or pacific:

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