Wind

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Wind is what happens when air moves along the earth's surface due to disparities in pressure levels in the atmosphere.

  • Wind patterns are very complex, especially at scales less than 100 kilometers. If these wind directions and speeds are averaged over large sections of Earth's surface, a global circulation pattern emerges—a pattern shaped by solar heating and Earth's rotation. [1]

In a medical context, wind is a commonly used euphemism for flatus.

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