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" ... being a better conductor of heat than earth, is always of a more even temperature. During the day, therefore, the land becomes considerably heated, the air rarefied, and, consequently, in the afternoon, a breeze sets in from the sea, which is less... "
Tales of a grandmother - Page 136
by mrs. A C Carmichael - 1841
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The atmosphere and atmospherical phenomena

Thomas Dick - 1799
...a breeze sets in from the sea, which is less heated at that time than the land. On the other hand, during the night, the earth loses its surplus heat, while the sea continues more even in its temperature. Towards morning, therefore, a breeze regularly proceeds from...
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A general view of the sciences and arts, Volume 1

William Jillard Hort - Science - 1822
...a breeze sets in from the sea, which is less heated at that time than the land. On the other hand, during the night, the earth loses its surplus heat, while the sea continues more even in its temperature. Thus, towards morning, a breeze regularly blows from the land...
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The Solar System: with Moral and Religious Reflections in Reference to the ...

Thomas Dick - 1854
...a breeze sets in from the sea, which is less heated at that time than the land. On the other hand, during the night, the earth loses its surplus heat, while the sea continues more even in its temperature. Towards morning, therefore, a breeze regularly proceeds from...
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