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A variation is a lightbreeze, just strong enough to ruffle the water surface.
The run was lovely--coolbreeze, sparkling skyline--and I actually felt quite good, energy-wise.
Fleece's Achilles' heel is that, without a nylon coating, it lacks any wind resistance--a slightbreeze that wool and cotton would turn back cuts right through fleece with a nasty bite.
Playa La Ropa is Zihuatanejo’s most popular beach, a long crescent of golden sand that stretches south past La Madera beach and receives the gentlebreezes that blow in from the bay.
It was back onto the ferry, heading toward Manhattan into a still-warmbreeze.
Here is the text (superimposed on a photograph of the American flag snapping in a stiffbreeze): The biggest .com of them all isn't a .com at all.
The steady offshorebreeze blowing ensured conditions on the water were flat and fast which helps to keep the field more condensed during the 750 metre swim at St Heliers Bay.
It is permanently cooled by a refreshingbreeze, to the great relief of grateful crowds on hot summer days.
I haven't yet read the Washington Post coverage of Hillary's wagging tongue, though this evening I will be headed to D.C. in quest of the calmingbreezes of a window air conditioner.
After a half hour break for lunch the wind settled down to a reasonablebreeze from the south, which progressively increased during the fourth fight necessitating a change down to number two rigs.
The windsurfers are not the only ones to take advantage of the reliablebreeze; the hillsides above the town have sprouted a veritable forest of wind-powered electricity generators.
Maybe it's the flower--scentedbreezes that fill the air.
A softbreeze plays as godwits paddle in the shadows.
And all of this in year-round sub-tropical spring weather with a southerlybreeze and temperatures averaging 22º C in summer and 17º C in winter.
Birthday presents The day of his birthday was sunny with a strongbreeze from just east of south - all that was left of a week of cold easterlies that trout anglers hate.
It can also be several degrees warmer, which accounts for the thermalbreezes and mellow summer temperatures.
It was a fabulous (Tina would say fabbelus ) night, clear and warm, with a pleasantbreeze animating the multi-colored Japanese lanterns depending from the trees.
Even on the warmest day a stiff, coldbreeze blows steadily up the fell.
The highest point is 98m and there is a constantbreeze of 600km/hr.
The mulie weighs a little under 2 ounces and is best cast in still conditions or with a followingbreeze.
In a freshbreeze, sails billow and strain against masts and rigging.
Make warm friendlybreezes, 276618
Captain Arthur Knowles and his First Mate Harold Sherman used a neat expression for the sky when a cool northwesterlybreeze swept over the bay clearing out every vestige of cloud except those low to the southeast, where the warm water of the Gulf Stream condensed as a ragged range of billowy clouds.
I am the snow-clad mountains, the mighty nor'westbreeze, 772574
The day concludes with a leisurely cruise back up the coast to Halfmoon Bay, sailing if the breezeissuitable and arriving home about 5.00pm.