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adv.1.Against the wind; toward the direction from which the wind is blowing.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Smoke from the barbecue had long gone but before departure it had arranged people up-wind beside the shearing shed against which his old motorbike was parked.
Air quality monitoring, using traditional spot and time-averaged sampling is good at identifying adverse effects by comparing the composition of samples taken from up-wind and down-wind of a well site.
Its villas, built up-wind of Huddersfield town centre in their own grounds - detached or made to appear so - on rising land about a mile or so from the cloth hall were ideally placed to house the town's elite of manufacturers, merchants and professionals.
The course during their voyage generally took them up-wind, with winds reaching about 10-15kts, while the average boat speed was 5-6kts.
Casts must be made almost dead up-wind or down-wind.
state if the up-wind state installs too many turbines?
Finally, in passes 4 and 10, the helicopter passed up-wind of the leak and consequently no leak was detected.
In fact clear-felling the trees between the turbines, and up-wind from the edge of a group of machines for several hundred metres, will increase power production from 500KW to 660KW, or 32%.
Inspect the waste but stand up-wind of it to avoid any possible fumes.
It was riveting stuff, albeit unrewarding, while Richardson's second and third victims came at the up-wind end from the leave-alone shot.