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" The sea breezes, indeed, are very comfortable and refreshing; for the hottest time in all the day is about nine, ten, or eleven o'clock in the morning, in the interval between both breezes: for then it is commonly calm, and then people pant for breath,... "
System of Universal Geography: Founded on the Works of Malte-Brun and Balbi ... - Page 76
by James Laurie - 1842 - 1063 pages
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A New Voyage Round the World, Volume 1

William Dampier - 1699
...are very comfortable and refteihing -, for the hotteft time in all the Day is about p, 10 or na Clock in the Morning, in the interval between both Breezes...is commonly Calm, and then People pant for breath, efpecially if it is late before the Sea-Breez comes, but afterwards the Breez allays the heat However,...
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Buffon's Natural history, corrected and enlarged by J. Wright. (To which are ...

Georges Louis Le Clerc (comte de Buffon.) - 1831
...and though the sea breezes are always much stronger, yet these are colder by far. The sea breezes, indeed, are very comfortable and refreshing; for the...pant for breath, especially if it is late before the sea breeze comes, but afterwards the breeze allays the heat. However, in the evening again, after the...
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The Gallery of Nature: a Pictorial and Descriptive Tour Through Creation ...

Thomas Milner - 1848 - 803 pages
...land-winds are very cold, and though the sea-breezes are always much stronger, yet these are colder by far. The sea-breezes, indeed, are very comfortable and...eleven o'clock in the morning, in the interval between botli breezes ; for then it is commonly calm, and then people pant for breath, especially if it is...
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Introduction to Meteorology

David Purdie Thomson - 1849 - 487 pages
...land-winds are very cold, and though the seabreezes are always much stronger, yet these are colder by far. The sea-breezes, indeed, are very comfortable and...refreshing ; for the hottest time in all the day is about 9, 10, or 11 o'clock in the morning, in the interval between both breezes ; for then it is commonly...
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Graham's American Monthly Magazine of Literature, Art, and Fashion, Volume 41

1852
...are always much stronger, yet these are colder by far. The sea-breezes, indeed, are very :omfortable and refreshing ; for the hottest time in all the day, is. about nine, ten. or eleven o'clock in he morning, in the interval between both breezes ; "or then it is commonly calm, and then people pant...
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Buffon's Natural history of man, the globe, and of quadrupeds, Volumes 1-2

Georges Louis Leclerc comte de Buffon - 1857
...and though the sea breezes are always much stronger, yet these are colder by far. The sea breezes, indeed, are very comfortable and refreshing ; for...the day is about nine, ten, or eleven o'clock in the mdrning, in the interval between both breezes : for then it is commonly calm, and then people pant...
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The tempest: an account of the origin and phenomena of wind

Charles Tomlinson - 1861
...and though the sea breezes are always much stronger, yet these are colder by far. The sea breezes, indeed, are very comfortable and refreshing; for the...or eleven o'clock in the morning, in the interval betvveen both breezes ; for then it is commonly calm, and then people pant for breath, especially if...
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A class-book of physical geography

William Hughes - 1868
...there are every night as fresh land-winds ashore at those places as in any other part of the world The sea-breezes, indeed, are very comfortable and...and then people pant for breath, especially if it be late before the seabreeze comes, but afterwards the breeze allays the heat. However, in the evening...
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A Class-book of Physical Geography: With Examination Questions

William Hughes - 1882 - 299 pages
...s.re every night as fresh land-winds ashore at those places as in any other part of the world. .... The sea-breezes, indeed, are very comfortable and...all the day is about nine, ten, or eleven o'clock hi the morning, in the interval between both breezes; for then it is commonly calm, and then people...
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Annals of the Astronomical Observatory of Harvard College, Volume 21

1888
...cold, and though the sea breezes are always much stronger, yet these are colder by far. The sea breezes indeed are very comfortable and refreshing; for the hottest time in all the day is about 9, 10 or 11 a clock in the morning, in the interval be tween both breezes: for then it is commonly...
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