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wind gap

[′win ‚gap]
(geology)
A shallow, relatively high-level notch in the upper part of a mountain ridge, usually an abandoned water gap. Also known as air gap; wind valley.
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Hogan sentenced Diane Zook, owner of Diane's Wind Gap Texaco in Wind Gap, in the Northampton County Court of Common Pleas.
Fog flows from the Pacific Coast along the Russian River and through the Petaluma Wind Gap, converging on this small area.
Cathay") chose the site for its world class wind resources in a large wind gap facing the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region.
This transaction will reduce the total number of Main Street branches to 39, which includes the planned sale of Main Street's Wind Gap, Pa branch, which is expected to close at the end of this month.
The following LUPTAP grants were approved: Allegheny County -- South Fayette, Collier and Scott townships, $49,275; Armstrong County -- East Franklin and South Buffalo townships, $16,630; Bedford County -- Mann and Southampton townships, $57,210; Bucks County -- Warwick Township, $12,500; Cambria County -- Cambria Somerset Authority, $38,250; Delaware County -- Delaware County Planning Development -- Norwood Borough, $10,750; -- Delaware County Planning Department -- Aldan, Collingdale, Colwyn and Sharon Hill boroughs, $25,500; Fayette County -- Luzerne and Redstone townships, $60,000; Northampton County -- Lehigh Valley Planning Commission -- Wind Gap and Pen Argyl boroughs and Plainfield Township, $82,000.
The three municipalities include Plainfield Township and the boroughs of Pen Argyl and Wind Gap.
During his 1997 Keystone Ride bicycle tour, Governor Ridge visited Cherry Valley Vineyard, in Wind Gap, Northampton County.