garbin

garbin

[gär′ba]
(meteorology)
A sea breeze; in southwest France it refers to a southwesterly sea breeze which sets in about 9 a.m., reaches its maximum toward 2 p.m., and ceases about 5 p.m.
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Ocampo that there was a violation of the procurement law)," Garbin, himself a lawyer, said.
Garbin and Strhan reframe the urban religion-globalization nexus by exploring how urban religions produce transterritorial presences and the globalized conditions under which these presences have been felt, perceived and made visible (or invisible) over a diversity of urban milieu.
The inductees will include Aaron Brooks (men's basketball, 2003-07), Mario Clark (football, 1972-75), Melody Fairchild (women track/cross country, 1991-96), Ron Finley (wrestling coach, 1970-98), Nicole Garbin Toeaina (women's soccer, 2001-06) and Tommy Skipper (track and field, 2003-07).
Randy Garbin, publisher of Roadside Online, is a true diner maven who lived in Worcester between 1994 and 2002.
Paddy Power - Gastein Ladies secondround matches: 4-9 Petkovic v 13-8 Cornet, 11-10 Mayr v 4-6 Garbin, 1-3 Goerges v 2 Koryttseva, 5-6 Olaru v 5-6 Pivovarova, 5-6 Sevastova v 5-6 Halep, 2-5 Hradecka v 7-4 Meusburger, 1-2 Zahlavova v 6-4 Tsurenko, 2 Dzehalevich v 1-3 Bacsinszky.
Danish third seed Caroline Wozniacki overwhelmed Italian Tathiana Garbin 6-1 6-1 in just 47 minutes.
DANISH third seed Caroline Wozniacki needed just 47 minutes to demolish Italian Tathiana Garbin in the first round at Wimbledon.
Tucked away in a remote Court No 7 at the Dubai Tennis Stadium, it was youth that got the better of experience after Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova of Russia fought her way in three sets 4-6, 6-1, 6-2 against Tathiana Garbin of Italy.
Tathiana Garbin (ITA) beat Samantha Stosur (AUStralia) 3-6, 6-2, 7-6 (7/4)
The ninth seed now faces B e l a r u s i a n V i c t o r i a Azarenka who beat Italian ace Tathiana Garbin 6-0 6-2.