Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of climate.

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Examples

  • Species ebb and flow with the changing seasons and shift in climates, and from natural disasters.

    Endangered Species Vs Cultural Tradition « Colleen Anderson

  • After some pretty simple calculations, it turns out that the home of a typical family of three could be water-neutral in climates receiving roughly 25″ of rainfall or more per year under the following assumptions:

    Low Impact Living: Steps To A Water Neutral Home

  • Wood windows will hold up well in climates with extreme exposures.

    Sustainable Design Update » Blog Archive » Free Green Cabin Plans

  • Persistent rainfall of 80″ or more in temperate climates is pretty rare.

    Matthew Yglesias » By Request: Missing the Trees

  • We have coastal climates, mountain climates and desert climates which I think has all sorts of potential – mostly unrealized at this point – for producing an incredible diversity of styles and flavors of cheese.

    Artisan cheese and blogs-to-books

  • Nevertheless, not only the geology and hydrography of this state play a favorable role in adventure tourism but also the variety of climates from the cold mountain forests to the tropical warmth of the coast, from the temperate central zones to the dry heat of the hot land known as the Tierra Caliente contribute significantly.

    Introduction to Michoacán - the soul of Mexico

  • Things are always best in climates that suit their nature.

    “The Bride of Casa Dracula” by Marta Acosta

  • Nevertheless, not only the geology and hydrography of this state play a favorable role in adventure tourism but also the variety of climates from the cold mountain forests to the tropical warmth of the coast, from the temperate central zones to the dry heat of the hot land known as the Tierra Caliente contribute significantly.

    Introduction to Michoacán - the soul of Mexico

  • Nevertheless, not only the geology and hydrography of this state play a favorable role in adventure tourism but also the variety of climates from the cold mountain forests to the tropical warmth of the coast, from the temperate central zones to the dry heat of the hot land known as the Tierra Caliente contribute significantly.

    Introduction to Michoacán - the soul of Mexico

  • Nevertheless, not only the geology and hydrography of this state play a favorable role in adventure tourism but also the variety of climates from the cold mountain forests to the tropical warmth of the coast, from the temperate central zones to the dry heat of the hot land known as the Tierra Caliente contribute significantly.

    Introduction to Michoacán - the soul of Mexico

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