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strong breeze

[′strȯŋ ′brēz]
(meteorology)
In the Beaufort wind scale, a wind whose speed is from 22 to 27 knots (25 to 31 miles per hour or 41 to 50 kilometers per hour).
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Although a strong breeze is expected today, forcasters predict the sunny weather is back - for today at least.
It was fairly even until the break, with a strong breeze against the hosts but, with the elements in the second-half and Rhyl's recklessness, the Citizens took control.
There was a strong breeze and a big swell out there but we really enjoyed those conditions.
A strong breeze made playing conditions tricky, but that didn't stop Mark Ross, of Pleasington Golf Club, getting a hole-in-one.
Dr Asad M Khan, Charge d' Affaires, hoisted the national flag in the compound of the embassy amid strong breeze blowing across the U.
Then he tried to throw them away, but saw them blown back by the strong breeze drifting across the pitch.
But for a few of the lads it looks like a cat could lick it off, or if there was a strong breeze they'd be back to square one
The remaining 350 miles of the second leg from Dun Laoghaire in Ireland to Cascais were likely to present a few hours of frustration with the strong breeze expected to ease later yesterday when the fleet was set to grind to a halt with progress uncertain, according to helmsman Brian Thompson.
On some days it is sunny but on days when there is rain and a strong breeze, it is difficult for Tintu.
Kildare took advantage of the strong breeze to lead 0-8 to 0-3 at half-time.
Columns of black smoke rose from an empty plot adjacent to the 38- floor under-construction Al Dareen Tower which is located opposite the Qatar Olympic Tower as the dry and easily inflammable waste materials burned fiercely aided by a strong breeze.