Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of rain.
  • noun A rainy season.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of rain.

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Examples

  • “You call the rains,” I state blithely; any child knows that.

    Fire The Sky

  • Travis is 50 miles long, but narrower than Chapala, back in the 50's it was down over 50 'and rains from a Gulf hurricane brought the lake up 50' in 24 hours. stevebrtx

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  • San Miguel, aside from the brief but blessed rains, is very, very dry. barbaroja

    San Miguel de Allende Humidity

  • Travis is 50 miles long, but narrower than Chapala, back in the 50's it was down over 50 'and rains from a Gulf hurricane brought the lake up 50' in 24 hours. stevebrtx

    Page 2

  • San Miguel, aside from the brief but blessed rains, is very, very dry. barbaroja

    San Miguel de Allende Humidity

  • Sudan, already wracked by civil war fueled in part by failing rains, is projected to suffer as much as a 56 percent reduction in agricultural production potential; Senegal, a 52 percent fall.

    About: Blinded by Science

  • Travis is 50 miles long, but narrower than Chapala, back in the 50's it was down over 50 'and rains from a Gulf hurricane brought the lake up 50' in 24 hours. stevebrtx

    Page 2

  • Travis is 50 miles long, but narrower than Chapala, back in the 50's it was down over 50 'and rains from a Gulf hurricane brought the lake up 50' in 24 hours. stevebrtx

    Page 2

  • San Miguel, aside from the brief but blessed rains, is very, very dry. barbaroja

    San Miguel de Allende Humidity

  • It will also break down if it rains, is dry, has to go up (or down) hill, has to accelerate or brake.

    Ready And Waiting….. and waiting, and waiting…. « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

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