south-easterly love

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  • In intricate black-and-white the map revealed Britain's south-easterly corner as a mesh of bridleways, brooks and field boundaries.

    Map of a Nation by Rachel Hewitt – review

  • Aside from those two days, though, the second half of the month was chillier, with south-easterly winds setting in between 15 and 21 February.

    The weather in February

  • "The sheen is located about 120 kilometers offshore and continues to move in a south-easterly direction away from the Brazilian coast," the company added.

    Chevron Cementing Oil Well Near Leak Off Brazil

  • There is a strong south-easterly wind, which is making matters worse.

    Exit the Actress

  • Tomorrow evening in Lappeenranta, a small town in a south-easterly corner of Finland, Caster Semenya will make her return to competition after an enforced absence of 11 months.

    Caster Semenya returns to track in Finland to end enforced limbo

  • Outlined against the clouds was a formation of giffs going in a south-easterly direction.

    Cattle Town

  • After putting ample brakes on the sledge-runners, we started off downhill in a south-easterly direction.

    The South Pole~ Through the Mountains

  • To the east a prominent ridge appeared, and with the glass it could be seen to extend inland in a south-easterly direction.

    The South Pole~ The Eastern Sledge Journey

  • The light Antarctic summer night ran its course, while the gusts of wind tugged and tore at the thin sides of our tent; no snowfall accompanied the south-easterly wind, but the loose snow of the surface was whirled up into a drift that stood like an impenetrable wall round the tent.

    The South Pole~ The Eastern Sledge Journey

  • This view is supported by the frequency of south-easterly winds in the neighbourhood of the Antarctic Circle reported by all explorers, and the hypothesis of a south polar anticyclone or area of high pressure over the Antarctic continent has gained currency in advance of any observations to establish it.

    Perspective of Antarctica in 1911

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