horse latitude


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Noun1.horse latitude - either of two belts or regions near 30 degrees north or 30 degrees south; characterized by calms and light-baffling winds
line of latitude, parallel of latitude, parallel, latitude - an imaginary line around the Earth parallel to the equator
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He also brings his proclivity for burner-paced turnovers, a dandy predictor for a young man who is supposed to quarterback a distressed NBA team out of its horse latitudes.
Morris Collins; HORSE LATITUDES; Dzanc Books (Fiction: General) 16.95 ISBN: 9781945814761
It's just that when I was young and even now, in my late 40s, it's so much easier to find, say, Abraham Verghese's Cutting for Stone, an Ethiopian novel set mostly in Addis Ababa, or Irish poet Paul Muldoon's Horse Latitudes than Nick Joaquin's Manila, My Manila.
Many of the terms are endearing, such as anvil zits, cloud streets, horse latitudes, knuckles, mamma clouds, steam clouds and, of course, graupel.
Though Holdridge modestly claims that his study merely "is meant to provide an introductory critical perspective" (1) on Muldoon, in fact the book goes beyond this, exploring all of Muldoon's published work (up to the 2006 volume Horse Latitudes) from a variety of viewpoints and allowing the poems to speak in and through themselves while also showing the many approaches that gain purchase on Muldoon's work.
His debut album came out 10 years ago, and he comes to Cozmic Pizza on Thursday touring behind his May release, "Horse Latitudes." The album ventures occasionally into a rock sound, but it spends most of its time in quiet contemplation, with a minimalist approach to lyrics and music.
As the horse latitudes of July encircle our days, readers of Strategies might be forgiven if their thoughts are fixed on vacation time, beach houses and fireworks.
A memoir, Uncle Dad, appeared in 1987, and his story collection, Letters From the Horse Latitudes, in 1994.
This Indian curse is developed within the context of some memorable, slow-moving set pieces: a ship stranded in the doldrums of the horse latitudes; an opium-laced drift by Zebulon and his troubled paramour Delilah through San Francisco; a vivid peyote ceremony conducted by the brujo Plaxico (who has the same trickster nature as Castaneda's Don Genaro); Zebulon's incarceration in a prison ship anchored on the Sacramento River.