windborne

wind·borne

or wind-borne  (wĭnd′bôrn′)
adj.
Carried by the wind: windborne ashes.
Translations

windborne

[ˈwɪndbɔːn] ADJllevado por el viento
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As the music on the outdoor stage draws to a close on Friday night, inside on the Sage concourse there is another stage with special guests, New England harmony group, Windborne, and later Jess & the Bandits will certainly up the tempo after their Hall 1 show.
Deposited in thin layers, the past hardens to a trafficable surface in a few days, alleviating the windborne dust problem.
Dave Metcalfe, of the PKCG, said initially they want proper brown signage directing tourists to the town instated, opening up the Windborne Gate car park and reopening the old Jessop's Tramway with 300 metres of road to and from the aqueduct.
The network between Geraldton and Kalbarri is commonly affected by extended power outages due to windborne salt and dust.
Outbreaks in which persons were suspected to have been exposed throughout a city because of windborne dispersal of infectious material from a common source were classified as "citywide windborne.
Windborne perform at Hexham Abbey's Great Hall on Saturday at 7.
The bride would like to offer a very special thank you to Debbie Rankin, Barbara and David Windborne, Cile Alexander, Natalie Wester, Melanie Morrow, John McCommon, The George's, Maxine Kron, Wanda Williamson, Jill Connor Browne, Bucky Owens, and Daisy A Day Florist.
Stem rust, which spreads via windborne spores, can quickly turn a healthy crop into a decrepit mess of broken stems and shriveled grains.
However, now that we have found infected older trees in East Anglia, Kent and Essex with no apparent connection to plants supplied by nurseries, we are also investigating the possibility that it might have entered Britain by natural means--possibly windborne or on birds across the North Sea and English Channel, or on items such as footwear, clothing or vehicles that have been in infected areas in continental Europe.
But staying indoors when the pollen count is high may not help to evade windborne pollen.
But staying indoors when the pollen count is very high may not help to evade windborne pollen.