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sea turn

[′sē ‚tərn]
(meteorology)
A wind coming from the sea, often bringing mist; the term is limited mainly to the New England section of the United States.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The low-pressure area over the South China Sea turned into a depression at 8 a.m.
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The sea turned black as tonnes of coal spewed into it from the gaping hold.
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Many were cut down before they reached the shore and the sea turned red from the blood.
The low-key visit to V Beach where Royal Dublin and Royal Munster Fusiliers led the way, and who were so badly caught in enemy fire that the sea turned red, was a contrast to the pomp of the international service joined by Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan and the Prime Ministers of New Zealand and Australia.
Horror over the fate of 29 African migrants killed by exposure as they tried to reach Italy by sea turned to fury Tuesday over what humanitarian organisations said was an avoidable tragedy.
Une barque sur l'ocean, however, sounds best on the piano and while Bavouzet's right hand conjured up the gently lapping waves he demonstrated ample power when the sea turned choppy.