tramontana


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Noun1.Tramontana - a cold dry wind that blows south out of the mountains into Italy and the western Mediterraneantramontana - a cold dry wind that blows south out of the mountains into Italy and the western Mediterranean
boreas, north wind, norther, northerly - a wind that blows from the north
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Owing, however, to the Tramontana rising a little, and the sea growing somewhat rough, it was impossible for us to keep a straight course for Majorca, and we were compelled to coast in the direction of Oran, not without great uneasiness on our part lest we should be observed from the town of Shershel, which lies on that coast, not more than sixty miles from Algiers.
Wearable Absorbent Article: Joshua Daniel Carney, Goteborg, Sweden; Yossef Schvetz, Milan, Italy; Serdar Ozsumer, Milan, Italy; Manuel Tramontana, Milan, Italy; and Alessandro Locati, Milan, Italy.
Apenas se le oia, la tramontana soplaba con fuerza y sacaba brillo al cielo.
I first heard James Dargan in a vocal quintet, Tramontana, several summers ago, and was awestruck by the plangent beauty of his voice.
(85.) Tramontana MG, Molinari AL, Konrad PE, Davis TL, Wylie SA, Neimat JS, et al.
Tampoco puede faltar el senderismo por la Sierra de Tramontana, declarada patrimonio nacional de la UNESCO.
Rev., 31, 2008, 1; TRAMONTANA, E.M., <<Assessing the right to a 'dignified life' in the context of social and cultural rights protection: judicial success or failure ?>>, Inter-american and European human rights journal, 2016, 358-376.
Tramontana, "Three-dimensional discrete-time Lotka-Volterra models with an application to industrial clusters," Communications in Nonlinear Science and Numerical Simulation, vol.
le navigationi fatte dipoi alle dette Indie, poste nella parte verso Maestro Tramontana, detta hora la Nuova Francia, scoperte al Re christianiss.
A punch thrown in a tackle by Italy rake Joe Tramontana, caused tensions to spill out over the sideline.