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clime

Poetic a region or its climate
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Prior to taking off for colder climes, the Phanatic gave South Street his overwhelming stamp of approval saying: "It's great to know that L.
He's got his eye on a few local stars so will keep us posted on their progress from sunny climes.
While thousands jet off to foreign climes, some of those staying at home could be in for a white Christmas.
Inland, meanwhile, residents dreamed of cooler climes.
POPULAR handicapper Young Mick will sign off from Britain for the time being at Lingfield on Saturday before heading for warmer climes.
Two chartered surveyors are progressing their careers in sunny climes.
More people than ever are booking places in sunnier climes abroad.
With the potential for application in other airports in snow-belt climes, we have a tremendous incentive to prove that we can do what we have long claimed was our potential.
In their conquest of Mexico and South America, the Spanish adapted Mediterranean principles to more challenging climes, with their haciendas, adobe patio houses and city squares or zocala.
But today it was disclosed that software in the machines, previously only used in sunnier climes, was occasionally draining the built-in batteries.
AUGUST is a quiet month as far as clubbing is concerned with punters and DJs alike plying their trade in sunnier climes.
BLOWING straight out of the dusty climes of Austin, Texas, Explosions in the Sky are a band who very nearly live up to the grandeur of their name.