Wettest sentence example

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  • September is the wettest month; January the driest.
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  • Spring is the wettest season.
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  • A few days later he set off for Manchester, posting in that wettest of autumns through "the rain that rained away the Corn Laws," and on his arrival got his friends together, and raised the money which tided Cobden over the emergency.
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  • The hottest and wettest months are from December to March, but there is usually a fresh trade-wind blowing and the climate is healthy.
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  • It thus happens that the driest climates in the east are those which have to south-westwards the broadest extent of mountainous ground, and that the wettest eastern climates are those which are least protected by high lands on the west.
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  • The western or mountainous division is the wettest at all seasons, each orographic group forming a centre of heavy precipitation.
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  • The average annual rainfall is about 60 in., September being the wettest month.
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  • Along the coast the autumn months are the wettest and the spring months are the driest; for example, at Galveston the rainfall amounts to 5.7 in.
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  • In the middle, eastern and north-eastern parts of Texas the spring months are the wettest and the winter months are the driest; for example, at Waco the rainfall amounts to 4.5 in.
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  • For while the mean annual precipitation is 31.42 in., 22 48 in., or 71% of this, fall during the six months from the 1st of April to the 1st of October, or 10% in winter, 23% in autumn, 28% in spring and 39% in summer, June and July being the two wettest months.
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  • This irrigation is not practised in the drought of summer, but in the coldest and wettest months of the year, FIG.
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  • More than half the rainfall occurs from July to November, the wettest month being September, with an average of 2.95 in.; the driest month is April, with an average of 1 14 in.
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  • The wettest month, as indicated by meteorological observation, is January; February is second to it, and December third; March is also a very wet month.
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  • The very heavy rainfall of the district, which is the wettest in England, has led to the utilization of Thirlmere as a reservoir for the water supply of Manchester, over 80 m.
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  • Rare plants such as large bitter cress, lanceolate water plantain and elongated sedge grow where the wood is wettest.
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  • Wettest spots on earth a few heartbeats pond koa canoe.
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  • The 2005 Memba Rally, although one of the wettest in recent memory, was also one of the friendliest and most laid-back.
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  • In the wettest reaches of Bodmin moor, sphagnum or bog moss can be found.
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  • The wettest day in March was 7 th with a rather modest 6.5 millimeters rainfall.
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  • Wet slopes have purple moor grass and the wettest areas support heath rush.
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  • Water Mills Being the wettest part of England Lakeland has numerous water mills Being the wettest part of England Lakeland has numerous water mills, or their remains.
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  • An automatic paper rewind facility ensures that toilet paper can be kept dry in even the wettest environments.
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  • Water Mills Being the wettest part of England Lakeland has numerous water mills, or their remains.
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  • If your cat does this, you'll know because the litter will be wettest in the corners.
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  • The plant may be grown on the margins of ponds and fountain-basins, or in the wettest part of the bog garden.
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  • The month of August is the wettest, so remember to camp dry for tent protection.
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  • Myrtle Waves:  The wettest and wildest waterpark in South Carolina.
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  • In the western and southwestern parts the summer months are the wettest and the spring months are the driest; thus, at El Paso the rainfall amounts to 2.2 in.
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  • The wettest month for most parts of England is October, the most noticeable exception being in East Anglia, where, on account of the frequency of summer thunderstorms, July is the month in which most rain falls, although October is not far behind.
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