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- Liljequist may refer to: Gösta Hjalmar Liljequist (1914–1995), Swedish meteorologist Liljequist Heights, heights about 2 nautical miles (3.7 km) south...
- Hjalmar Liljequist (1914-1995) was a Swedish meteorologist. In Sweden, radio broadcast weather forecasts begun in 1926, and, starting in 1941, Liljequist was...
- A Liljequist parhelion is a rare halo, an optical phenomenon in the form of a brightened spot on the parhelic circle approximately 150–160° from the sun;...
- The Liljequist Heights (72°6′S 2°48′W / 72.100°S 2.800°W / -72.100; -2.800Coordinates: 72°6′S 2°48′W / 72.100°S 2.800°W / -72.100; -2.800) are the...
- Flanking the anthelion on the parhelic circle are two 120° parhelia (and two Liljequist parhelia) caused by plate crystals. The Tricker and diffuse arcs are produced...
- Nils Liljequist (1851–1936) was a Swedish priest, healer, doctor, and one of the fathers of iridology. Growing up, he studied medicine and homeopathy,...
- 2015. A complete bibliography for Bergeron can be found in Liljequist (1981): Liljequist, Gösta H. “Tor Bergeron: A Biography.” Pure and Applied Geophysics...
- Liljequist (born January 27, 1971 in Helsinki) is a retired male badminton player from Finland. A member of the Helsingfors Badminton Club Liljequist...
- observing them difficult as they tend to fuse with the clouds in the sky. Liljequist parhelion Subhelic arc "120° Parhelia". www.paraselene.de. Retrieved 2009-03-08...
- PMID 20171127. "Temazepam". Drugs.com. October 2007. Retrieved 2007-11-25. Liljequist, R.; Mattila, M. J. (May 1979). "Acute effects of temazepam and nitrazepam...
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