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Ordinary perception Ordinary (Laukika or Sadharana) perception is of six types - visual-by eyes, olfactory-by nose, auditory-by ears, tactile-by skin, gustatory-by tongue and mental-by mind.

Gustation gustatory recognition memory, or the recognition of taste, is correlated with

The airport's weather station recorded a wind gust of m/s (; ) as the tornado passed nearby.

The highest gust was 110 kts/ 125 mph at Iriomotejima.

As with any helicopter, the risk for would-be pilots is that a strong gust of wind might result in an unrecoverable tilt, followed by a plummeting dive at low altitude from which recovery using the parachute would be unlikely.

On October 7, 1965, a mph (0 km/h) wind gust helped golfer Robert Mitera sink history's longest hole-in-one, a -yard (0 m) ace of the 10th hole at Omaha's Miracle Hill Golf Club.

Elfstones, Pg. 250 Immediately thereafter, a gust of wind caught the bridge and snapped the last pin itself, saving Wil and Amberle.

gust wrung them like the devil having a go at a set of wedding bells with all the grip he had, until the man was shrieking on the same D minor as the music.

New Bedford Airport at 11pm observation reported sustained wind from the north at mph ( km/h) with gust to mph ( km/h).

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania also recorded a wind gust of 49 mph (79 km/h), National Climatic Data Center (2003).

The Princess Juliana recorded a 70 mph (110 km/h) winds and gust near 100 mph (160 km/h) and a minimal pressure down to 995 mb (29.38 In Hg).

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