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wind being forced to rise up over the top of and divert around any large object or group of objects. Examples include a container ship, a large spectator fleet or a tightly packed group of competitors. There is dirty air downwind of the obstruction, and also directly upwind. This is because the wind starts to divert at a distance equal to twice the height and twice the width of the obstruction.

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