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of an air current or wind

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Anabatic forcing during the day draws in the heated air masses and integrates them into the convective patterns above the mountains.
(21) In the economy of God, we can say that the glory of the Father is dependent upon the missions of the Son and the Holy Spirit, for neither our knowledge of nor love for God the Father are possible apart from the reciprocal work of his "two hands." (22) As it is uniquely in Christ that both the katabatic (from God to the world) and anabatic (from the world to God) movements are united, therefore we ought to "see the work of the Son as oriented toward the giving of the Spirit, and that of the Spirit as oriented toward the goal of Sonship." (23) The missions of the Son and the Spirit do not arise from the Father's delegation alone, but also from their reciprocal deference to each other.
Katabatic and anabatic modalities then are characteristic of the Spirit's outpouring.
The hardy Anabatic has been around a long time and should carry top weight well for the successful duo of Michael O'Brien and Tom Rudd.
Nicholls' former stable jockey Timmy Murphy rides Function Dream in the Grade Two contest, with Tony McCoy on Nuzum Road Makers, Richard Dunwoody Glin Castle and Graham Bradley Anabatic.
ANABATIC can prove the star turn at Leopardstown today when he carries top weight in the Kilternan Handicap Chase.
It would be easy to assume that Dun Belle was flattered by the bare result, but the form has been boosted considerably by subsequent good wins for the third and fourth-placed horses, Anabatic and Go Ballistic.
From an anabatic perspective in the divine economy, this makes perfect sense.
Under weak synoptic (wind speed [U.sub.s] > 5 m [s.sup.-1]) conditions dominated by high pressure, the characteristic winds are downslope (katabatic) and downvalley at night (blue arrows) while upslope (anabatic) and upvalley during the day (red), signifying thermal circulation (Whiteman 2000; Fernando 2010; Zardi and Whiteman 2013).
And since high pressure cells are by definition descending columns of air, the so-called anabatic effect comes into play.
O'Brien also ran Anabatic to finish fourth in 1996 and last year saddled subsequent Gold Cup third Forget The Past to finish 14th to Our Vic.
This fellow has not raced since beating Anabatic and Merry Gale over two miles at Fairyhouse more than fourteen months ago.
"I am also due to partner Sawa-Id and there's a chance Anabatic and Glebe Lad could run too," says Rudd.
He reads the presences in this light, and sees them therefore as anabatic presences (Christ speaking to the Father) and katabatic (Christ speaking to us).