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  • noun Plural form of clime.

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Examples

  • The retirement trend that has long focused geriatric relocations to warm southern climes is now shifting to the Rocky Mountain West.

    FH Boom Daily Digest-Jan. 22, 2008 (The Boomer Blog)

  • The retirement trend that has long focused geriatric relocations to warm southern climes is now shifting to the Rocky Mountain West.

    The Boomer Blog: January 2008 Archives

  • Several studies of the retirement market have concluded that the greatest single obstacle to attracting more retirees to Mexico's warm and sunny climes is the lack of suitable property mortgages.

    Lloyd Mexico Economic Report December 2002

  • The retirement trend that has long focused geriatric relocations to warm southern climes is now shifting to the Rocky Mountain West.

    The Boomer Blog: FH BOOM DAILY DIGEST Archives

  • Several studies of the retirement market have concluded that the greatest single obstacle to attracting more retirees to Mexico's warm and sunny climes is the lack of suitable property mortgages.

    Lloyd Mexico Economic Report December 2002

  • For the next scene comes life in Southern climes --

    Patriotic Plays and Pageants for Young People

  • "That's all right," said Mrs. Bax, who has learnt in anti-what's-its-name climes the great art of not asking too many questions.

    New Treasure Seekers

  • "_That's_ all right," said Mrs. Bax, who has learnt in anti-what's-its-name climes the great art of not asking too many questions.

    New Treasure Seekers or, The Bastable Children in Search of a Fortune

  • He could never have seen it in a city of these northern climes, that is certain.

    The Open Air

  • Somateria mollisima is a seaduck that breeds colonially in the far north across North America, Europe, and Siberia (it is in the far north where eiderdown is collected from nests once the birds have left them, a practice that is sustainable and causes no harm) but spends its winters in more temperate climes, which is where most birders, including this one, manage to track it down.

    10,000 Birds

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