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norther

[′nȯr·thər]
(meteorology)
A northerly wind.

norther

A stormy, northerly wind of sudden onset occurring during the colder half of the year over the region from Texas southward across the Gulf of Mexico and the western Caribbean. Also called a blue norther.
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The horse was trained next door to us by Denzil Jenkins, a fighter pilot during the Second World War, and my father, Rhys, was there all the time, riding Norther to win in point-to-points and hunter chases.
VVWHAT they say Eoin Griffin, trainer of Norther Bay "He's a quirky character and it depends on his form on the day.
Clark rings many changes, and even if you cannot imagine a well-made sonnet about an academic promotion and tenure-committee meeting, a room through which another kind of blue norther blows, you will find it here ("Tenure Deliberations").
Sfeir had left his summer residence in the norther village of Diman to return to the seat of the Maronite church in the Levant, in the Kesrouan town of Bkirki.
Two policemen were also killed near the norther city of Mosul, police said.
Located in a dynamic growth community in norther Pinellas County.
has paid just norther of $10 million for a duplex retail co-op at 429 West Broadway.
Codfarmers, headquartered in Bodo, Norway, is a leading cod farming company operating at two clusters in norther Norway.
But Norther n Ireland boss Sanchez believes England are too worried about embarrassing defeats to take part - so the Republic of Ireland have been invited to replace them.
Intelepresence, formerly Norther Telepresence, manufactures cover surveillance equipment for the law enforcement, security, marine and wildlife markets.
A place where the Quapaw and choctaws paddled dugout canoes, ivory-billed woodpeckers shreded bark from ancient trees, and mallard ducks rained down ahead of the first autumn blue norther.