rainy season


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rainy season

[′rān·ē ‚sēz·ən]
(climatology)
In certain types of climate, an annually recurring period of one or more months during which precipitation is a maximum for that region. Also known as wet season.
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Like my DG has already told the nation, this is not the commencement of the rainy season so that people do not see the rains and start planting.
A customers Danish Ali said, vendors demand much more high in rainy season as compared to dry weather.
The ministry's public relations department is also planning an awareness campaign explaining what to do during the rainy season and what to avoid, as well as a hotline (80001810).
Salma Shaikh said that the virus and bacteria grow in rainy season and increasing number of patients suffering from water borne diseases including gastroenteritis, food poisoning, vomiting and fever and other poisonous diseases.
Shampoo Properly: It is very important to keep your hair clean during the rainy season.
He added: 'If each of us will be ready in avoiding these diseases, then we can prevent getting sick this rainy season and we won't have to be absent from work or school.
The objective of this research was use phytosociological surveys to evaluate the weed community composition in agro/systems of corn crop, perennial crop with Jatropha curcas, vegetable gardens and pastures at the beginning and at the end of the rainy season.
Fatima bint Khamis Swailem, who has an experience in "Al Mashdaidah" shows how the mountaineers, ahead of the rainy season, prepare the land that will be planted.
We are ready and I hope the La Nina will not be as worst as we fear it to be," Alexander Alonto Jr, DAF-ARMM regional secretary said, referring to the feared rainy season expected to hit the country by June or July.
This Panama tour company that specializes in relocation and retirement tours, announces today the release of its newest article entitled, "7 Tips to Adjusting to the Rainy Season in Panama.