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desertic

(dɪˈzɜːtɪk)
adj
(of soil) developing in hot, dry climates
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This devilish indulgence of Fulani herdsmen in Benue state sent a frightening signal to my brain, processing the data into an output of alteration of the slogan of Benue state from 'food basket of the nation' to 'desertic hub of the nation' if care is not taken.
Elmenreich, "Performance and feasibility assessment of a 1.4 kW roof top grid-connected photovoltaic power system under desertic weather conditions," Energy and Buildings, vol.
These data help to establish the bioclimates within the Mediterranean macrobioclimate at each station (pluviseasonal oceanic: mepo; xeric oceanic: mexo; desertic oceanic: medo), as well as the thermo-ombroclimatic types (isobioclimates) and to deduce the different indices that show other bioclimatic characters.
Within Fezzan (desertic area of 15,000 [km.sup.2] located in Libya), 19 Carabidae were recorded by Peyerimhoff (1948).
All suites have been redecorated to reflect the resort's natural surroundings both desertic and nautical with a modern and airy color scheme.