2982 examples of climates in sentences

It is situated in the lower region of the pass, just where the sunshine begins to mellow between the cold and warm climates.

Yet the snow around the arctic willows was plainly visible only four miles away, and between were narrow specimen zones of all the principal climates of the globe.

When the winter storms set in, loading their highland pastures with snow, then, like the birds, they gather and go to lower climates, usually descending the eastern flank of the range to the rough, volcanic table-lands and treeless ranges of the Great Basin adjacent to the Sierra.

It may be stated here that we are not very rigid about periods or climates, and that our long-ago people are of a generalised type.

As the world has been let in upon the people, they have heard of happier climates and less arbitrary government.'

Shall we look into the various climates of the earth, see the colour that generally prevails in the inhabitants of each, and apply the rule?

For when any person considers, that the mucous substance, before-mentioned, is found to vary in its colour, as the climates vary from the equator to the poles, his mind must be instantly struck with the hypothesis, and he must adopt it without any hesitation, as the genuine cause of the phænomenon.

But this is no objection in fact: for it does not follow that those countries, which are at an equal distance from the equator, should have their climates the same.

To this argument, we shall add one that is incontrovertible, which is, that when the black inhabitants of Africa are transplanted to colder, or the white inhabitants of Europe to hotter climates, their children, born there, are of a different colour from themselves; that is, lighter in the first, and darker in the second instance.

Now, if climate has any influence on the mucous substance of the body, this variation in the children from the colour of their parents is an event, which must be reasonably expected: for being born white, and not having equally powerful causes to act upon them in colder, as their parents had in the hotter climates which they left, it must necessarily follow, that the same affect cannot possibly be produced.

Doubtless, it had its own individual restrictions and censorships; but its surface was at all events debonair, and it was serviceable to Henry as revealing the existence of more genial social climates than that in which he had been nurturedthough in making the comparison with his own atmosphere, he realised that this bonhomie was nothing more important than a grace.

The latter it certainly was, though Mark had shot up early, and was a man at a time of life when lads, in less genial climates, scarcely get tails to their coats; but its impropriety must evidently be measured by the habits of the state of society in which the parties were brought up, and by the duties that had been inculcated.

"That warm climates should accelerate the growth of the human body, and shorten its duration, [it] is very reasonable to believe."Ib., p. 144.

So here we have this quiet country doctor spreading all over the world the money that he gets for dosing and poulticing and dieting his patients, stimulating industry in many climates and bringing some part of its proceeds to be added to his store.

If this is so, as it clearly is, in the case of two men living in the same street, it is evidently very much more so in the case of two peoples living in different climates and on different soils, and so each of them, by the nature of their surroundings, able to make and grow things that are impossible to the other.

In early autumn some species sing for a time, and in warm climates there is more or less music all winter; but the great morning and evening chorus belongs to spring and the nesting season.

He varies his habits to suit his surroundings, and roves about after the nesting season; in mild climates he sings for six months of the yearfrom March until August.

I am desirous to add that this attention may be useful by preventing improvers from running into every specious scheme of agriculture produced by a lively imagination and engaging them to study the great variety of soils and even climates in this island, and to be careful in adapting to these their several operations."

In warm weather and in warm climates, when foods are not needed for a heat-producing purpose, the diet may well consist largely of fruits and succulent vegetables, eaten in combination with bread and grains.

THE LEMON.This fruit is supposed to be a native of the North of India, although it is grown in nearly all sub-tropical climates.

The Walnut, probably a native of Persia, where in ancient times it was so highly valued as to be considered suited only for the table of the king, is now found very commonly with other species of the same family, the Butternut and Hickory nut, in most temperate climates.

At the present day there is scarcely a country in hot or temperate climates where the bean is not cultivated and universally appreciated, both as a green vegetable and when mature and dried.

In temperate climates with normal rain and snowfall, the topsoil of grasslands or a forest may be deepened year by year and century by century.

They lie to the south and are outside European climates.

As respects climate, the country would be considered unfit for habitation by those accustomed to the climates even of the southern parts of Maine and of New Hampshire.

2982 examples of  climates  in sentences