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  • Paul looked down from their two thousand meters’ altitude, saw the wrinkled shadow of their craft and escort.
  • A glance left and right showed his cover holding altitude and circling overhead.
  • He kept his eyes fixed on the instruments, gliding by instinct, fighting for altitude.
  • There was that consistent increase of moisture at median altitudes, and in certain winds.
  • He glanced up at the coverflight, noting the altitude — not too high.
  • A fall of dust which has been carried to medium altitude (around 2,000 meters) by a coriolis storm.
  • At this altitude, it’s not sand but dust," Kynes said.

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  • The altitude gave her a headache.
  • Denver is called the Mile High City because of its altitude (1 mile above sea level).

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