wind exposure


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Noun1.wind exposure - exposure to the wind (as the exposed part of a vessel's hull which is responsible for wind resistance)
exposure - vulnerability to the elements; to the action of heat or cold or wind or rain; "exposure to the weather" or "they died from exposure";
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The exact cause of rosacea is unknown, but several factors may trigger flare-ups: sun or wind exposure, extreme heat or cold, exertion, emotional stress, and consumption of hot beverages, alcohol, or spicy foods.
These include climate, soil depth, droughtiness, rock outcrops, wind exposure and top soil stone.
As S&P explains, Florida is one of the peak wind exposure zones for many re/insurers, and third-party capital is significantly involved.
From the build of a large root ball starting to sag as it bounces down the highway, to how the trees are protected from any wind exposure.
Contract notice: Study of energy feasibility and solar and wind exposure (heat islands); relating to the prefiguration protocol of the npnru project in the districts of maille 1 and mercure in miramas.
The mentioned criterion is based on this fact that in one certain point, the more the wind shelterindex is, the less wind exposure it takes, so the accumulated snow depth is more.
Of course, there are other factors to consider as well: soil, sun and wind exposure, availability of irrigation water, and more.
If it is rosacea, then it's best to identify - and avoid - triggers that make it worse, such as alcohol, caffeine, sunlight and wind exposure, heat and stress.
We've done a very good job capturing information concerning wind exposure, fire exposure and earthquake exposure.
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Orientation to make the most of sun and minimize wind exposure.
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