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bruma

[′brü·mə]
(meteorology)
A haze that appears in the afternoons on the coast of Chile when sea air is transported inland.
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I bless the lichens that bloom pig iron to ferruginous corallita, bless the molds that pit iridium bracts, bless the brume that patinates glades of serrated brass.
The assortment includes Brume d'eau de source Aloe + Floral Rose Water; Brume d'eau de source, Aloe + Floral Chamomile Water; and Brume d'Eau de Source.
- Nuages bas et quelques bancs de brume ou de brouillard pres des cotes Atlantiques nord et centre le matin.
Malgre la defaite samedi en finale du Top 14 contre Castres (19-14), cornes de brume et klaxons ont accueilli avant-hier dimanche les joueurs de Toulon arrives par bateau sur le port pour presenter a leur supporters la Coupe d'Europe remportee deux semaines plus tot.
Brume, who later became the Reporter's managing editor, took Garnett's work--conversations with field house directors and park employees, and photographs documenting the discrepancy between facilities in white and minority wards--and dug deeper.
This is a photo of the 'matriarchs' of each family, Brume McCabe and Mary Hopley relaxing on a sandbank.
The red color in the name comes from the dark red springtime hue of the drooping brume or "chcatgrass" in the area.
come singly, by twos, or threes to the challenge to enchant feet to beat the earth into song, match step for tone, a hip shake for every high pitch of slap: kack kack kack kack, gou, kack kack katie kack, gou-- strengths, weaknesses exposed in individuals are masked in consistory of echoes, a kinetic brume implicates the living dead in this circle of the living.
Brume (www.brume.co.uk) produces decorative window film that give the appearance of etched glass, but at a fraction of the price.
the child's head, the bluish brume that will rise over the sumps
Claude Regy directs Brume de Dieu (Mist of God), an adaptation of Tarjei Vesaas's 1957 existential novel The Birds, about a mentally disabled teenager who is trying to feel his way toward greater independence and understanding.
Brume's shoal of fish wall stickers start from pounds 9.