Riach; we'll have to come as near in about the end of Mull as we can take her, sir; and even then we'll have the land to kep the wind off
us, and that stoneyard on our lee.
Owidi hit out at Aukot saying the Punguza Mizigo initiative was 'meant to take the wind off
the sail of BBI'.
"I hit the ball right in a hard wind off
the left and several people on the tee box yelled 'fore'.
The CVOW project will produce research and development results that will serve as a first step toward development of commercial-scale offshore wind off
the coast of Virginia, including the 2,000 to 2,400 megawatts of potential generation in a larger wind energy area that is adjacent to the CVOW project.
A fourth company, Deepwater Wind, was granted a lease by the federal government to develop wind off
the Jersey coast, but it expired.
For those of them that have enjoyed the grant for two years, they are going to be wind off
and that's why we are interfacing with the state government.
The strong wind off
the North Sea will bring "frequent, light snow showers".
"I think it was 268 to the front of the green on the 18th and it was slightly into the wind off
a downslope so it was a bit of a shame that I couldn't give the three wood a crack but it was a chance and that's all I could have done.
And while they just had hats to preserve their modesty - and keep the chilly wind off
- they didn't mind because it was all for a good cause.
Can't even have a shop doorway to keep the wind off
. I despair at humanity sometimes.
With the wind off
Funchal patchy, unpredictable and arriving from all points of the compass, race organisers were left with no choice but to postpone point-scoring racing, instead running a series of exhibition races for the crowds lining Madeira's attractive coastline.
"From Sunday onward, it will become rather chilly and daytime highs will struggle at 10 to 14C, coolest in eastern England, and feeling rather unpleasant with a wind off
the North Sea, and a lot of cloud, plus occasional drizzle."