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brisa

[′brē·sə]
(meteorology)
A northeast wind which blows on the coast of South America or an east wind which blows on Puerto Rico during the trade wind season.
The northeast monsoon in the Philippines. Also spelled briza.
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To take part in highway bids in the United States and Canada, CCR created an alliance with one of its controllers, Brisa, to spread the risk of investing abroad.
The Brisa Soleil is ultraviolet-protected, scratch-resistant, and resists fading and spotting up to 1,400 hours of direct sunlight.
Mark has brought the skewbald gelding Super Snoop on from a just broken four year old and bought Kahola Brisa, a dun Connemara cross Arab mare, unbroken from her breeder last August.
Ibiza from pounds 261pp: Seven nights' B&B on the party isle through Club 18-30 staying at the three-star Brisa Hotel with Gatwick flights on September 5.
BEIRUT: The key to healthy eating, Peruvian chef Brisa Deneumostier believes, lies in cooking and eating in a mindful way -- concentrating on all the senses, and listening to what your body needs.
The automaker started exports to the country with the first shipment of 353 Brisa sedans in 1977.
ALGARVE April 4, 7 nts half-board, from Glasgow, staying at 4* Brisa Sol, Albufeira.
The short-listed projects include: Brisa De Atalia, tipped as a new generation year round resort in Brasil and Toscan, said to be Europe's most luxurious resort from Eblana Hotels & Resorts, in Tuscany.
Their automotive interests became apparent in 1974, when their first passenger car - the Brisa - appeared on the scene.
La brisa callada que baja a menudo de las cimas de granito
Burbank (13-9), paced by Brisa Sandovall's team-high 60 goals, earned its first playoff berth with a third-place finish in the Almont League.