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the totality of surrounding conditions and circumstances affecting growth or development

a prevailing quality, as of thought, behavior, or attitude

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the weather in some location averaged over some long period of time

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the prevailing psychological state

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After a time, for cooler climate, I went down to southermost Tasmania in forty-three South.
Enamoured of the tropics, despite the damage done me, I stopped in various places, and was a long while getting back to the splendid, temperate climate of California.
Nevertheless some slight amount of change may, I think, be attributed to the direct action of the conditions of life--as, in some cases, increased size from amount of food, colour from particular kinds of food and from light, and perhaps the thickness of fur from climate.
7] The cabinets of Europe can, as yet, boast only of the larger species from tropical climates.
For our existence, thus apparently attached in nature to the sun and the returning moon and the periods which they mark,--so susceptible to climate and to country, so alive to social good and evil, so fond of splendor and so tender to hunger and cold and debt,--reads all its primary lessons out of these books.
Many of the American sleighs are elegant though the use of this mode of conveyance is much lessened with the melioration of the climate consequent to the clearing of the forests.
I am so enchanted by the brilliancy of the wit and culture of the society, more especially of the feminine society, in which I have had the honor of being received, that I have not yet had time to think of the climate," said he.
Darkness fell as sharply as a knife in this climate, and the town then sprang out in circles and lines of bright dots beneath them.
But it will never become a white man's climate, in spite of all that," Joan reiterated.
Later, he had decided it was chronic rheumatism brought on by the damp and foggy Sun Francisco climate.
I have been told, and can well believe, that the climate there is different from the climate on the coast--in which the unfortunate slave had been accustomed to live.
In Julian's present state of health the climate of West Africa would in all probability kill him in three months' time.
It was a change, indeed, common enough to the weather in this climate, from sunshine to clouds, from June to December.
In addition to his farming, which called for special attention in spring, and in addition to reading, Levin had begun that winter a work on agriculture, the plan of which turned on taking into account the character of the laborer on the land as one of the unalterable data of the question, like the climate and the soil, and consequently deducing all the principles of scientific culture, not simply from the data of soil and climate, but from the data of soil, climate, and a certain unalterable character of the laborer.
Good pasture an' plenty of it, in this kind of a climate, is all they need, along with some sort of shelter an' a little hay in long spells of bad weather.
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