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The balmier temperatures jumpstart both anglers and fish.
With a winter temperature in the thirties, the country's balmier destinations are ideal for taking a tropical break.
Balmier temperatures raise the odds that would-be interlopers will survive and spread.
While fitted pieces can look chic, fluid pieces are more comfortable on balmier days.
Determined to start anew, she abandons Britain for the balmier climes of Jaipur and a grand retirement home called The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel.
It may be many other things besides - a brief historical record of 'the war to end wars', of young lives brutally cut short as well as a loving evocation of balmier days on the Isle of Wight - but it is, essentially, an account of one man's love for a very special horse, writes Ian Carnaby.
with what another heart In days far-off, and with what other eyes I used to watch--if I be he that watch'd-- The lucid outHne forming round thee; saw The dim curls kindle into sunny rings; Changed with thy mystic change, and feh my blood Glow with the glow that slowly crimson'd all Thy presence and thy portals, while I lay Mouth, forehead, eyelids, growing dewy-warm With kisses balmier than half-opening buds Of April, and could hear the lips that kiss'd Whispering I knew not what of wild and sweet.
This "tidal heating" makes Jupiter's four Galilean moons much balmier than astronomers would expect from the relatively meager quantity of sunlight bathing them, according to Scharf: "Exactly the same thing will happen in moon systems around extrasolar gas giants.
Prior to the 1958 season, the Dodgers took a similar journey west, leaving the grime and decay of Brooklyn for the balmier environs of Southern California.
A growing number of companies are working on technologies that would generate electricity by harnessing the temperature gradient between the ocean's frigid depths and balmier surface waters.
Born in a chill, a malaise, Ill on a balmier China sea, All able oarsmen I chain; Sail Mab , a canoe.
If they can prove the concept in the Baltic, they will take the technology back to the balmier Mediterranean.