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" Though the Peruvian shores are on the verge of the great South Sea boiler, yet it never rains there. The reason is plain. The southeast trade-winds in the Atlantic Ocean first strike the water on the coast of Africa. "
Woodworth's Youth's Cabinet - Page 11
1856
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The Farmer's Magazine

Agriculture - 1861
...Geo. Sea, p. 294). He says that " the coast of Peru is within the region of perpetual SE trade winds. Though the Peruvian shores are on the verge of the...never rains there. The reason is plain. The south-east trade winds in the Atlantic Ocean first strike the water on the coast of Africa. Travelling to the...
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Supplement to the Courant, Volumes 20-23

Literary Criticism - 1855
...coast of Peru is'within the region of perpetual southeast trade winds. Though the Peruvian shores arc on the verge of the great South Sea boiler, yet it...rains there. The reason is plain. — The southeast trade winds in the Atlantic Ocean first strike the water on the coast of Africa. Traveling to the northwest,...
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The Eclectic Medical Journal, Volume 15

1856
...America, rain is unknown. The coast of Peru is withiu the region of perpetual southeast trade winds. Though the Peruvian shores are on the verge of the great South Sea borders, yet it never rains there. The reason is plain. The southeast trade winds in the Atlantic ocean...
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EXPLANATIONS AND SAILING DIRECTIONS TO ACCOMPANY THE WIND AND CURRENT CHARTS

LIEUT N.F. MAURY, U.S.N. - 1851
...within the bi-rainy latitudes. The. coast of Peru is within the region of perpetual SE trade winds. Though the Peruvian shores are on the verge of the...boiler; yet it never rains there. The reason is plain, and the charts make it obvious. The SE trade winds in the Atlantic ocean first strike the water on...
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The Schoolmate, Volume 4

A. R. Phippen - Education - 1854
...America, rain is unknown. The coast of Peru is within the region of perpetual south-east trade winds. Though the Peruvian shores are on the verge of the...never rains there. The reason is plain. The south-east trade winds in the Atlantic Ocean first strike the water on the coast of Africa. Travelling to the...
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The physical geography of the sea

Matthew Fontaine Maury - 1855
...within the bi-rainy latitudes. 133. The Rainless Regions.—The coast of Peru is within the region-of perpetual southeast trade-winds. Though the Peruvian...is plain. The southeast trade-winds in the Atlantic Ofcean first strike the water on the coast of Africa. Traveling to the northwest, they blow obliquely...
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The Physical Geography of the Sea

Matthew Fontaine Maury - Marine meteorology - 1856 - 348 pages
...and that Bogota is within the bi-rainy latitudes. 194. The Rainless Regions. — The coast of Peru is within the region of perpetual southeast trade-winds....boiler, yet it never rains there. The reason is plain. 195. The southeast trade-winds in the Atlantic Ocean first * Vide Trade-wind Chart (Maury's Wind and...
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Friends Intelligencer: A Religious and Family Journal, Volume 12

Religion - 1856
...America, rain is unknown. The coast of Peru is within the region of perpetual southeast trade winds. Though the Peruvian shores are on the verge of the...never rains there. The reason is plain. The southeast trade winds in the Atlantic ocean first strike the water on the coast of Africa. Travelling to the...
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Things not generally known, familiarly explained

John Timbs - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1856 - 247 pages
...Southey. WHY THERE IS NO RAIN IN PERU. In Peru, South America, rain is unknown. The coast of Peru is within the region of perpetual south-east trade-winds....Peruvian shores are on the verge of the great South Sea basin, yet it never rains there. The reason is plain. The south-east trade-winds in the Atlantic Ocean...
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The Physical Geography of the Sea

Matthew Fontaine Maury - Marine meteorology - 1859 - 352 pages
...are on the verge of the great South Sea boiler, yet it never rains there. The reason is plain. 195. The south-east trade-winds in the Atlantic Ocean first strike the water on the coast of Africa. Travelling to the north-west, they blow obliquely across the ocean until they reach the coast of Brazil....
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