temperate climate


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temperate climate

[′tem·prət ′klī·mət]
(climatology)
The climate of the middle latitudes; the climate between the extremes of tropical climate and polar climate.
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Our presence at ITB comes as a testament of our commitment to continue strengthening our ties with Germany, as one of our top source markets; and exemplifies our initiatives to further grow the emirate's brand presence, which with its temperate climate, stunning landscapes and vast outdoor adventure offering, is fast establishing itself internationally as a premier global affordable luxury destination," said Rice.
gattii in the environment and its previous isolation from a clinical case in the Netherlands suggests that this pathogen is endemic to the temperate climate of northern Europe.
This is in contrast to temperate climate of western countries but consistent with the pattern in other Asian countries.
A temperate climate and relatively low cost of living also made the country a popular choice.
Edward Someus, with a Budapest environmental technologies company, explores food crop mineral deficiency and disturbance stress mitigation in temperate climate regions by valorizing agricultural byproducts; the approach is part of the AGROCARBON movement afoot around the world, and of course he recommends his company's product.
Worried that climate change will eventually lead to food shortages and a destabilization of the global economy, some Britons are moving to New Zealand, convinced that the nation's temperate climate, isolation, and small population will make it the perfect lifeboat for weathering the coming global warming storm.
The advert by New Zealand Lamb claims that, because of the country's lush pastures, temperate climate and the standards to which livestock are reared, "New Zealand Lamb is a great choice, whatever the occasion".
Britain, for example, with a temperate climate, has only 1,000 heat-related deaths every year, compared with 20,000 cold-related.
FOR me these wonderful Agapanthus bulbs which produce tall, sturdy stems and brilliant blue flower balls, always bring back memories of Jersey, where they grow in abundance in its temperate climate.
Cairo's temperate climate has allowed us to design an outdoor dining and entertainment experience," said Tarek Al Shazly, general manager, Cairo Festival City.