Aeolian


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a member of one of four linguistic divisions of the prehistoric Greeks

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the ancient Greek inhabitants of Aeolia

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SALINA ISLAND, Italy: As I watch the sun set from my terrace on the west coast of Salina, one of Italy's Aeolian Islands, I marvel again that the stone headrest I am lying against is so inexplicably comfortable.
The important source was probably provided by the pre-existing calcretes in the sheetwash aggraded plains and detrital carbonate in the aeolian sediments.
Chris Tsigas, one of the directors of AaeTP Aeolian Dynamics LtdAAE, thanked the Commerce Ministry and the board of the Fund for Renewable Energy and Energy Conservation for all their help.
Mineralised aeolian red sand from ORXR37 has very similar characteristics to the Tubas Red Sand (TRS) deposit which is part of the Omahola Project located 20 kilometres to the west.
(1300 GMT) Monday, about 19 kilometers (13 miles) under the sea just off the coast of Vulcano, the southernmost of the tiny islands in the seven-island Aeolian archipelago.
Led by Minister for Economy, Labour and Transports of Lower Saxony (northern Germany) Jorg Bode, the German delegation comprises heads of enterprises operating in the sectors of maritime transport, ship building, logistics and Aeolian construction.
In this context to develop and reorganize energy system has foreseen in the regional development plan and in the framework of energy infrastructure, also to discover energy renewable sources--Aeolian, solar, hydro energetic, biomass (Ambros, 1999)--and to develop methods for their settlement (wind-mill, Aeolian turbines, solar light and warmth catching, hydro-electric power station, solar-electric power station) (Lazarescu, 2003).
The Tenerife speckled lizard (Gallotia intermedia) and the Aeolian wall lizard (Podarcis raffonei) as well as the Karpathos frog (Pelophylax cerigensis) and the Montseny brook newt (Calotriton arnoldi) are among those classified as critically endangered.
The event, Empowering Musicians: Body, Mind and Spirit, will take place at the Yamaha Artist Services Facility, located at 689 Fifth Avenue, in the Aeolian Building in midtown Manhattan Three renowned clinicians will offer daily workshops from 9:00 A.M.-12:30 P.M.
In 1924 John Ringling purchased an original Aeolian Duo-Art Organ.
The lower sand unit (J2/5-J2/7) (layer II) is made up of fine-grained reddish aeolian sand, representing part of the sand plain that extends across the small valley in front of the ridge at this point.
The deposition of aeolian dust is known to have been an active factor in the process of soil formation and landscape evolution on every continent.
Museum visitors can also hear the sounds of ragtime from a mahogany Aeolian Orchestrelle player reed organ and a Link automatic piano (circa 1910).
At the same time, the vineyards largely lie on unusual Aeolian soils--virtual rolling sand dunes--that are almost unique among grape-growing regions.
A band of white at the water's edge was the village where we would make our first call in the Aeolian Islands.