calm air


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Synonyms for calm air

wind moving at less than 1 knot

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Sat behind his desk in his office overlooking the runway he exudes a warm, calm air of a man in control - and with the regular, high pressure challenges that go with running an airport, that's no mean feat.
Sat behind his desk in his office overlooking the runway he exudes a warm, calm air of a man in control -- and with the regular, high pressure challenges that go with running an airport, that's no mean feat.
To complete the juxtaposition the hotel is staffed by a traditional liveried team possessing the calm air of competence and hospitality which five-star properties aim to achieve worldwide.
We were able to get a shuttle bus relatively easily into the centre of Denmark's capital, which was filled with bicycles, calm air and people busy being part of the official Happiest Country in the World.
Meanwhile, the cold, calm air continues to lock smoky emissions from numerous woodstoves into the Eugene-Springfield area.
He is a quality player, there is a calm air about him I love.
In addition to its Sunwing members, CUPE represents nearly 10,000 flight attendants at a number of carriers, including Air Canada, Air Transat, Calm Air, Canadian North, CanJet, First Air and Cathay Pacific, as well as ground agents at Porter Airlines in Ottawa.
* SPOOR CONDITIONS How about a hot, dry, dusty day with bright sun and calm air? With no wind there's no cooling effect on the dog or carrier for spoor; the dog's nose dries and congests, blocking the receptors to the point the dog couldn't smell a pork chop in a phone booth.
I had a grandstand view of the stark grandeur below as my steed and I flew in the calm air. Streamlets lined the sere tundra, some of which were occasionally dotted with tiny ponds, making them look like strings of pearls.
It didn't take long before a pair of Canadas saw our spread, and with a few clucks from our calls, drifted in on the calm air. My first shot brought one of the 4-lb birds down, but Don's two shots left all the feathers intact on the other.
I read in Letters to the Editor a while back a letter from a person who mentioned the relative calm air downwind of a wind farm.
The seven-day program is funded by AFMNet with support from the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs, and Calm Air who provided the flights for the 10 students.
This barrier is created along with the textile material and the air they surround and the calm air, which is a border on its outer surface (Havenith, 1999).
Despite the calm air that haunted us again on the fourth day, Troy and I were able to get within 100 yards of a group of a dozen deer, including a nice stag.