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Noun1.Tramontana - a cold dry wind that blows south out of the mountains into Italy and the western Mediterraneantramontana - a cold dry wind that blows south out of the mountains into Italy and the western Mediterranean
boreas, north wind, norther, northerly - a wind that blows from the north
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Owing, however, to the Tramontana rising a little, and the sea growing somewhat rough, it was impossible for us to keep a straight course for Majorca, and we were compelled to coast in the direction of Oran, not without great uneasiness on our part lest we should be observed from the town of Shershel, which lies on that coast, not more than sixty miles from Algiers.
A punch thrown in a tackle by Italy rake Joe Tramontana, caused tensions to spill out over the sideline.
Leyenda: Sofia, en blanco, luciendo camiseta con cuello de pedreria, para ir a la sierra de Tramontana (Mallorca).
Sul tema della magia in Cristo si e fermato a Eboli: Annalisa Tramontana.
We thank Vic Chakrian, Fernando Duarte, Darrell Duffie, Matthew Eichner, Thomas Eisenbach, Michael Fleming, Ken Garbade, Joyce Hansen, HaeRan Kim, Sandy Krieger, Michael Schussler, and Janine Tramontana for useful comments.
Po di Tramontana (Italy) Research Centre and the University of Lleida (Spain) during 2000-02 (Guerrini 2003): above-soil degradation and in-soil degradation.
Tramontana [6] and Tramontana and Elsadany [7] found two routes which were the flip bifurcations and the Neimark-Sacker bifurcation to chaos in a duopoly and triopoly game model with isoelastic demand function and heterogeneous players, respectively.
Si odono I treni lontani,--e la citta notturna perde la tramontana operosa, e si addorme un attimo in attesa di un vento di campane (256)
This paper is drawn from the thesis of Roxana Tramontana Tocto, Department of Economics, Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru.
Y menciona que otras como la brasilena Tramontana, la mexicana PMI (la filial comercializadora de PEMEX), la peruana Aqua Expeditions y la argentina Tenaris consideran Singapur como la plataforma de lanzamiento para el sudeste asiatico.