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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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BAND IN BRIGHOUSE ROW: Herman's Hermits - with Peter Noone (centre back); WASH OUT: Krumlin Festival near Barkisland in 1970 held on what turned out to be the wettest, windiest and coldest August weekend in living memory; A STORM: Tab Martin (alias Alan Brearey from Rastrick), second right, during his short stint with the Tornados in 1963
The windiest day of the year was Wednesday, December 13, with an average wind speed of 35.6km/hr.
This is North Wales' windiest peak -if you're going to get cool anywhere this is the place
Britain is the windiest country in Europe and offshore wind alone could more than meet our current demand for electricity, so it makes sense that we should consider wind power as an environmentally friendly option.
Turnbull recalled: "It was one of the wettest and windiest Cardiff days on record, but the big problem was that we only had one game- plan - to run the ball and keep it alive.
The mean windspeed was 14.04km per hour (8.7mph) - making it the windiest month since January of last year.
My calculations show we would need nearly 13,000 giant turbines on Britain's windiest hills and coasts - mostly in places like Wales - to produce 20% of our electricity.
It always seems to be the coldest, wettest and windiest day of the year.
The windiest day was the 11th with gusts of 108km per hour.
ONE of the wettest and windiest jobs in Wales is up for grabs - cleaning the windows on an island lighthouse!
Remote and wild it may be, but Oliver finds a shoreline bulging with superlatives - including the busiest air-traffic controllers, the windiest golf course, the site of what was once the world's largest explosives factory and some toads who are ranked as the rarest and also the noisiest amphibians in Britain.
Salendine Nook weather expert Paul Stevens said it has been one of the town's windiest spells of weather for more than 20 years.
With the UK being the windiest nation in Europe and wind power our fastest growing energy source, it's the obvious solution.
Built on the Arklow Bank - one of the windiest spots in Europe - it was developed by GE Energy and Airtricity as a technology demonstration and a learning platform for off-shore wind farms.
This means we would need 12,550 giant turbines in Britain's windiest hills and coasts, mostly in places like West Wales, to produce 20pc of our electricity.