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crystal a solid piece of matter that has a regular arrangement of flat surfaces and angles
fire rainbow a halo of colors in the sky caused by the refraction of sunlight through the ice crystals in cirrus cloud
geologist someone who studies the Earth's physical structure
ozone a gas in the Earth's atmosphere
phenomenon an event that people can perceive through their senses; a remarkable event
playa a flat area at the bottom of a desert basin
refraction the bending of light through a substance
thatch roof covering made of straw or reeds
tidal bore a wave of water that travels up a river against the direction of the current
waterspout a mini tornado that forms over a river, a lake or an ocean
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