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clime

Poetic a region or its climate
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Perfect beauty is a strong expression; but I do not retrace or qualify it: as sweet features as ever the temperate clime of Albion moulded; as pure hues of rose and lily as ever her humid gales and vapoury skies generated and screened, justified, in this instance, the term.
Natural as it is to be somewhat incredulous concerning the populousness of the more enormous creatures of the globe, yet what shall we say to Harto, the historian of Goa, when he tells us that at one hunting the King of Siam took elephants; that in those regions elephants are numerous as droves of cattle in the temperate climes.
This breeze, which has travelled from the regions towards which I am advancing, gives me a foretaste of those icy climes.
Endeavor, then, to accustom yourself to our manner of living in these northern climes as you did to those of Rome, Florence, Milan, and Madrid; it may be useful to you one of these days, whether you remain here or return to the East.
She could thoroughly comprehend the sort of fascination he must possess over Lady Russell's mind, the difficulty it must be for her to withdraw her eyes, the astonishment she must be feeling that eight or nine years should have passed over him, and in foreign climes and in active service too, without robbing him of one personal grace!
The initial consideration includes the issue of 6,500,000 ordinary shares in Clime at 50 cents per share, being the weighted average market price over the past 30 trading days.
His co-star Macy has been busy shooting a CBS miniseries up in freezing Halifax, Nova Scotia, but was happy to be in a warmer clime with his family.
Other EPA tests will attempt to identify whether Fairbanks' frigid winter clime might alter MTBE's chemistry, either by reducing its ability to limit carbon monoxide emissions or by increasing its presence in exhaust.
Vera Markgraf, a palynologist from the Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research of the University of Colorado in Boulder, says the French study is important because "it shows that there are other words besides the deep-sea record that can help us understand how the clime has changed.
But I'd love to be a travel writer, visiting sunny climes and seeing different places, that would be my dream job.