summer and winter

summer and winter

To monitor one's behavior or abilities for a sufficiently long period of time. Oh yes, I will summer and winter him during this probationary period, to determine if we should hire him full-time.
See also: and, summer, winter
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QUETTA -- The government of Balochistan on Monday reduced the annual summer and winter vacations in the schools of the province.
Therefore, the present study evaluated the periphytic biomass production using different types of artificial substrates during the summer and winter.
Contract notice: Delivery of shoes spring-autumn - male and shoes special summer and winter - male and female.
The broad approach adopted in this study has clear limitations, given the uncertainties regarding the host range of HPAI H5N1 virus within the Anatidae family, the sizes and distribution of the bird populations, their precise migratory patterns, and the demarcation of the summer and winter habitat.
The scientists culled data from historical archives and modern instruments, and they analyzed summer and winter floods separately because they have different causes.
The first closed circuit cools the press hydraulics in summer and winter.
In the peak summer and winter months of 1997-1998, mean ambient temperatures increased up to 5 [degrees] C (9 [degrees] F) above normal.
Similarly Majorca is still the favourite summer short-haul spot, Tenerife the winter favourite and the USA top summer and winter long-haul destination.
In addition to windbreaks (planted two to five times the mature height of the tree away from your home), planting shrubs, bushes and vines right next to a house also helps by creating "dead air spaces" that insulate your home both in summer and winter (one foot of space between plants and wall is ideal).
Contract notice: Summer and winter maintenance of sidewalks throughout the city district brno-old liskovec.
When was the last time that Summer and Winter Olympic Games were