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A dry spell

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"A dry spell" is a book by Susie Moloney.

  • genre: Speculative fiction
  • copyright: 1997

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Google previewMonitoring and Predicting Agricultural Drought (2005)

A Global Study by Vijendra K. Boken, Arthur P. Cracknell, Ronald L. Heathcote, World Meteorological Organization

when it exceeds zero and is called a dry spell or soil moisture deficit (SMD) when it is less than zero. 2. A sequence of wet spells preceded and suceeded by a dry spell is ...

Google previewThe Modern Lover (2012)

A Playbook for Suitors, Spouses, and Ringless Carousers by Phineas Mollod, Jason Tesauro

A dry spell is a rough patch—you're off your game or on the disabled list due to an unspeakable case of eczema or a mall haircut that hacked ...

Google previewClimate and Land Degradation (2007)

by Mannava V.K. Sivakumar, Ndegwa Ndiang'ui

a dry spell is a period without effective rain. In agricultural terms (using a water balance model) a dry spell is a period with consecutive dry days resulting in a soil water deficit causing ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Ila Usage, 1860-1960 (2000)

by Dennis G. Fowler

Today the rain has stopped; it's a dry spelL Iule adv. - far away. Usunu mweenzuma weenda lule; sinakubwene kwiza kumulimo wako.

Google previewMacmillan Dictionary of Archaeology (1983)

by Ruth Whitehouse

In particular, buried pits and ditches may retain moisture better than the surrounding subsoil, and during a dry spell plant growth is ...

Google previewThe encyclopedia of practical horticulture (1914)

a reference system of commercial horticulture, covering the practical and scientific phases of horticulture, with special reference to fruits and vegetables by William Worthington

Rlcing This is not a disease but is a trouble caused by the starting into growth of the flower heads, usually after a rain following a dry spell. lt injures the appearance but not the quality of the head. The trouble is corrected by cultivation so as to ...

Google previewDictionary of Global Climate Change (2012)

by W.J. Maunder

For example, farm production and income might logically be depressed during a dry spell; however, the same ...

Google previewThe Complete Idiot's Guide Dream Dictionary (2007)

by Dream Genie, Eve Adamson

The long, dry desert represents a dry spell in creativity, sexual activity, or passion for life. 2. Wandering in a desert suggests you feel like you are wandering in life without a meaningful purpose. 3. Being lost in the desert suggests you see no ...

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The River Skirfare is very prone to disappearing in drier spells.

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Idiom: A DRY SPELL

The idiom A DRY SPELL defined by Lewis from Ipswich in the United Kingdom. Facebook Page...

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