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clime

Poetic a region or its climate
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Moreover, they'll be able to move to more hospitable climes during this extremely gradual change, should it indeed occur.
WHILE MANY Canadian families take advantage of March break to head to warm, sunnier climes, nearly as many hit the ski slopes.
As the fierce winter just past buried fairways and greens under snow, golfers resigned themselves to putting on the carpet, swinging in the garage and watching the pros play in sunny climes on TV.
Cradock's exotic concoctions of Crepe Suzette, Tournedos Rossini with mauve Duchesse Potatoes and the Taj Mahal made from Italian meringue speak to her of foreign climes and sophistication.
Capybaras, the world's largest rodents and a source of meat, also thrive in Venezuela's swampy climes.
When I left Edmonton in 1985 for what I expected to be the sunnier cultural climes of Vancouver, I had no idea what I was actually leaving behind.
The palm holds a particular fascination for the Brits, who have to go to warmer climes to see this "exotic" vegetation in its native environment.
Despite being exposed to the warm climes of North Carolina, the Bear is excited to be in basketball-crazed Charlotte.
WEYCO is thrilled to pass these savings on to our clients," said Gary Climes, chief operating officer of WEYCO.
She was a big disappointment on her only subsequent start in the Prix de l'Abbaye at Longchamp in October, but Bell is hopeful she can prove that run to be all wrong when she heads to sunnier climes.
TODAY'S TIP: When doing a shop for a picnic in a supermarket in hotter climes, select your bottle of white wine first of all.
99), perfect for transporting you to sunnier climes after another day of unseasonal weather.