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Synonyms for clime

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


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This is the normal requirement which they usually ask for in other climes where they have been financing mortgages across the world.
I would never get bored of living somewhere hot and dry Joanne Morgan I'd love to be a travel writer, visiting sunny climes and seeing different places Lewis Morgan The buildings in Dubai were amazing and it would be a great job to be able to design buildings like that Jessica Morgan My dream job would be a fashion designer as I love clothes.
2] Week of Regions and Cities as they prepared for Denmark's crucial world summit, which could not only help Teesside's renewable energy sector help the UK cut carbon emissions by 80%, but also prevent manufacturing from jumping ship to less environmentally scrupulous climes.
These ringtailed lemurs might well be used to the sunny climes of Madagascar, but they still found the Staffordshire skies too hot to handle yesterday.
Until then though, there are ocean-hued S2A lace-ups to keep us on a stylishly even keel through pedicure-shy climes.
Maybe that is why officials from more glamourous climes of Mexico and New Zealand failed to make formal bids to the IAAF to stage the World Half Marathon Championships next year.
MANY people escaping to warmer climes may be tempted to buy the exotic souvenirs they see in markets, bazaars and shops.
IF you decided to stay at home this year instead of jetting off to sunnier climes, you may be feeling a little down.
Most of your time is spent in the freezing climes of the planet of E.
In exchanging the temperate eastern seaboard for the more extreme high desert climes of Arizona, Joy, like generations of American artists, poets, writers and architects before him from Georgia O'Keeffe to James Turrell, has been transfixed and lured by the Southwest's intoxicating landscape and light.
The latter, a series of related adventures befalling Odysseus as he tries to return home from battle, is characterized by exotic climes, fantastical creatures and plenty of action.
When Grady lags behind when the rest of her family leaves for warmer climes, the youngster learns the hard way what loneliness is.
THEIR summer pop songs are bathed in Californian sunshine but Charley and Hattie Webb are from cooler climes - the coast of Kent.
The second--hurricane disaster preparedness--is more associated with tropical climes.
Live oaks do indeed grace southeastern Virginia, but not the hilly, cooler climes of the western portion of the Old Dominion.