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moderate breeze

[′mäd·ə·rət ′brēz]
(meteorology)
In the Beaufort wind scale, a wind whose speed is from 11 to 16 knots (13 to 18 miles per hour or 20 to 30 kilometers per hour).
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Tiger Woods, meanwhile, teed off only three shots from the lead on a day when a moderate breeze made for more demanding conditions than the first two rounds.
Blue skies, a moderate breeze and an excellent grassy playing surface promised much, but although Cov led three times in the first half, they rarely moved out of second gear and a repeat of the 64-9 result from Coundon Road in September was never remotely on the cards.
The high-altitude designs require a steady, moderate breeze and cannot fly in places where the wind is too light or too variable, as it often is in the mid-latitudes of the globe, says Balsley.
Adam Kenny, of the PA WeatherCentre, said that cyclists were blessed with almost perfect conditions, with hazy sunshine, a light to moderate breeze to cool burning faces and slightly lower temperatures at the finish.
Baird, playing in a moderate breeze on the Palm Course, had seven birdies to move to 11 under at 131 after 36 holes.
The moderate breeze was sufficient to make sure the various classes made good progress with the ebb tide on a new course -- which was being tried out for the first time -- and nearly all the yachts completed the full distance.
Sailing inshore, with moderate breeze and minimal seas, the Xp 44 was hardly put under pressure during our sail, but the feel, feedback and ever-present stability provides reassurance that this confidence inspiring yacht would feel equally safe and secure offshore in the ocean swells and much more punishing pressure.
A fleet of well over 50 dinghies took part and a moderate breeze made for ideal conditions.
964 on lap 54 2012 classified finishers 17/24 Reason for retirements Mechanical (3), accident (4) Weather Sunny and very hot all weekend with a moderate breeze.
Sailing inshore, with moderate breeze and minimal seas, the Xp 44 was hardly put under pressure during our sail, but the feel, feedback and ever-present stability provides reassurance that this confidence-inspiring yacht would feel equally safe and secure offshore in the ocean swells and much more punishing pressure.