Land wind

Same as Land breeze (above).

See also: Land

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The roads teemed with cars of all makes and brands, including brazen knockoffs such as my favorite "Land Wind Prada," a Range Rover clone.
But look closer and instead of the words 'Range Rover' on the front it says 'Land Wind'.
Veracruz (sea coast location Golf of Mexico, so sea wind during the day and land wind in the night are expected).
Any further bump in price is sure to inflame critics, who frequently note that Cape Wind's power is far more expensive than other energy sources, including more than double that of land wind.
STG has installed approximately 80 percent of the utility-scale wind projects currently in operation across the state, including crane support for the Fire Is land Wind project near Anchorage and in rural communities throughout Alaska.
Currently the Government suggests there should be a reduction in land wind farm expansion and an increase in fracking, but surely now it is time politicians listened to majority opinion and objections.
According to a study in Nature Climate Change, enough wind energy is available in the world to be a viable energy option if people are willing to consider the idea of atmospheric wind turbines as an alternative to ocean or land wind mills.
Other advantages to offshore wind are that the turbines are easier to transport by water than by land; there's no need for overland high-voltage lines; there are more suitable sites and fewer zoning and visual issues; and offshore wind is steadier than land wind, including during the day, when demand is greatest.
CCID Consulting analyst Qiu Shiming added that offshore wind power generation is emerging in China and will become an important form of energy, noting that China's offshore wind energy resources are far greater than land wind energy resources.
This new generation facility, to be called "Height of Land Wind Park," is expected to produce over three terawatt hours of electricity per year.
According to them, the approaching storm was the attacking evil god, the land wind was the fury of battle, and the post-storm quiet represented the good Chak's rest and recovery.