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anemometry (uncountable)
 Measurement of the direction and velocity of the wind.

2009 January^{[1]}, Notices of the American Mathematical Society, volume 56, number 1:
 For instance, a physical magnitude such as the shear stress on the endothelialmembrane,which is verydifficult to test invitro, canbe easily calculated on real geometries obtained with tridimensional algorithms, thanks to the support of modern and noninvasive data acquisition technology (such as nuclear magnetic resonance, digital angiography, axial tomography, and Doppler anemometry).

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measurement of the direction and velocity of the wind

