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windy

1. mod. talkative. She’s so windy! Won’t she ever let up?
2. mod. flatulent; having intestinal gas. If you’re windy, why don’t you take the day off? Do us all a favor.
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Leg 4 should be more upwind and generally windier," Walker said.
because it's windier, so they don't have to blight the landscape and upset everybody at the same time.
The lighter conditions suited us and we were a bit slow in the windier conditions.
So global warming means either cooling or warming, windier or calmer, rainier or drier - in other words whatever the Warmists choose it to mean.
However it will become windier and rainy after dark, but that will clear by dawn on Thursday to leave sunny spells.
It was windier than yesterday and judging the direction of shots was a really tough job.
30pm in the afternoon as conditions became windier and windier and went back out at around 7.
The weather is meant to be a little windier and that might stall the scoring a touch.
Indian Wells is one of tennis's windier venues, which often means it is better to side with physically bigger, more experienced performers there.
It went well for a season opener as conditions were tough, a lot colder and windier than we had hoped, but I chatted to Chris Smith (pacemaker) and he took me through 400 in what I wanted and it just then became a time trial as no one had bothered to come with me," said the Beijing finalist.
It means, in future, if the weather is warmer and windier, the snow will disappear faster.
It seems to get a little windier than any of the four and the scoring always is a bit tougher.
The research is ongoing, but so far it suggests that it is difficult to replicate a brownfield site on a roof, because it is windier and warmer, and some species are not easily able to colonise a rooftop because of its height," said Dr Bates.
Australia is facing its worst fire danger in four years, with hotter and windier conditions and earlier-than-normal outbreaks forecast, according to government analysis published on Friday.
The research team has investigated islands on the floor of the lake - remnants of former sand dunes - which suggest the region's climate has also been both windier and markedly drier than it is today.