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meltemi

(mɛlˈtɛmɪ)
n
(Physical Geography) a northerly wind in the northeast Mediterranean; etesian wind
[C20: from Modern Greek, from Turkish meltem]
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Greece is another, where there is a wind called the Meltemi that blows up every afternoon.
He added that his ministry is carrying out information and public awareness campaigns on the problem of marine waste through the MELTEMI research project.
A total of ten ships SM New Yark, CMA CGM Almaviva, Poavosa Brave, Hong Harvest, African Avocet, Alister Bay, Alora, YM Miranda, LNG Lusail and Meltemi are currently occupying PQA berths to load/offload Containers, General cargo, Coal, Soya been, Chemicals, LNG and Mogas/Diesel oil respectively during last 24 hours.
Meanwhile three more ships MSC Beijing, MSC Esthi and Meltemi with Containers and Diesel oil also arrived at outer anchorage of Port Qasim during last 24 hours.
THE DEAL: Set in the central square of the harbour town of Adamas, Hotel Meltemi is only a short distance from two of the island's most beautiful beaches - Lagada and Papikinos.
In her opening chapter, Paulicelli revisits a topic she has previously explored with the collection Moda e moderno: dal Medioevo al Rinascimento (Meltemi, 2006), and similarly names this chapter 'Moda and Moderno'.