windiness


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words or the use of words in excess of those needed for clarity or precision

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a mildly windy state of the air

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In the ocean, windiness promotes vertical mixing of the water, which in turn has profound impacts on surface nutrients levels and the vertical distribution of plankton.
SO farewell then Edward Woodward, the great British character actor and memorable punchline to a playground joke about windiness in the bath.
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.
It was best taken without barley gruel--with gruel it caused abdominal distension, windiness and epigastric discomfort (Reg.
The windiness at this site may partially explain the inability to detect any attractiveness of GF-120.
Worse, when the windiness has subsided, they have no concrete suggestions on defense policy.