- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of weather.
“Dedicated, highly-trained, professional crews will be ready to respond to any incident in all kind of weathers, 24 hours per day, every day of the contract.”
“Meanwhile, despite spending more on health care; being home to the finest and most up-to-date medical facilities; providing the most innovative treatment methods; and the world's most accomplished medical schools, most prestigious hospitals, and the finest licensed medical professionals, America remains a nation ranked 50th in life expectancy, as well as a place where vast segments of its population "weathers" the storm that is the current debate on health care reform -- in more ways than one.”
“How Iran weathers the allegations will depend in part on whether the faction advocating a confrontational tone wins over those supporting diplomacy.”
“He of the cast-iron stomach, who would venture below to rustle up some warming food for his family of sailors in the foulest of weathers.”
“A soft breeze punctuated recent chill easterlies – March many weathers indeed!”
“It doesn't capture more recent enrollment declines among some of the largest for-profit colleges in recent months as the sector weathers scrutiny from Congress and the Education Department.”
“Although I am no longer living in Nigeria at this time, I personally continue to wish the people of this great nation the very best @51 years as it weathers and seeks to manage some difficult security issues.”
“No smears, no smudges, no raindrops to discourage a walk in all weathers.”
“Apparel and accessories for all weathers and all sports, from snowboarding to hiking to biking.”
“Public belief in climate change weathers storm, poll shows”
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