windiness


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a mildly windy state of the air

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In average, the real annual production for the studied Wind Farm Years, already corrected for Availability and windiness, were only 1.
Washington, May 7 ( ANI ): An abrupt cooling in Europe along with an increase in humidity and especially in windiness coincided with a sustained reduction in solar activity 2800 years ago, researchers say.
This increase in windiness is something that is often overlooked," said Prof Hays.
According to the scientists, an increase in windiness in Antarctica has changed local circulation patterns, causing more warm water from the deep ocean to rise onto the continental shelf, speeding up glacial thinning.
The cars are expected to charge primarily at night, taking advantage of the night-time windiness.
Lazo said, noting a dump truck recently rolled over near the landfill, presumably because of the windiness of the Pleasant Street route.
SO farewell then Edward Woodward, the great British character actor and memorable punchline to a playground joke about windiness in the bath.
While the character is not above reproach, his worst sins appear to be distraction, hypocrisy, windiness and condescension.
Nature abhors a vacuum, journalism even more so, and so it fills absence with windiness.
Increased windiness during the glacial maxima--particularly in areas denuded of vegetation--caused widespread deflation and aeolian landform development.