line blow

line blow

[′līn ‚blō]
(meteorology)
A strong wind on the equator side of an anticyclone, probably so called because there is little shifting of wind direction during the blow, as contrasted with the marked shifting which occurs with a cyclonic windstorm.
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Herbert's presence isn't going to help a defensive back come up with an interception when they need it badly, or help the offensive line blow the defensive front off the ball when the defense knows that the Royce Freeman Express is attempting to breech the line of scrimmage in a game on the line short-yardage situation.
Page 4 West Coast Main Line blow The West Midlands is set for another jobs blow as almost half of maintenance cutbacks planned by Network Rail are targeted at the West Coast Main Line.
"If a water line blows off the mold, we detect the drop in flow and stop the pump before there's a flood on the shop floor."