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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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One In A Milan finished fourth last year but I will be backing Wychwoods Brook, who goes well on the heavy ground and who could become the first horse actually trained in Wales to win since Norther in 1965.
It didn't go down too well with my father but, of course, Terry and Norther won the race - and no horse trained in Wales has managed to win it since - so I can't really claim it was the wrong decision
has paid just norther of $10 million for a duplex retail co-op at 429 West Broadway.
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.
In the co-featured $83,150 Blue Norther Stakes for 2-year-old fillies, Valbenny rallied to beat Courtwood by a length.
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.
Couldn't be nothing like a blue norther, they chuckled, sneering at the locals' weak sister
The crucial difference was the seasonality of staple production which both in the South and in England provided at least some rural employment all year round while norther agriculture left rural laborers unemployed for perhaps eight months out of the year.
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