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Particularly in such inhospitably hot climates like the arid regions of Africa.
The title of this book, "Women in the Canadian Academic Tundra," and its subtitle, "Challenging the Chill," provide readers with a fairly concise description of what the book holds for its readers: tales from academics and administrators about the often inhospitably "chilly" climate experienced by women in many Canadian academic institutions.
The mass settlement of this vast, resource-rich but inhospitably cold territory now means that almost 40m people live and work in cities where the average January temperatures range from minus 15[degrees]C to minus 45[degrees]C.
After the devastation from carbon sequestration itself-the fatal carbon-dioxide plumes, the inhospitably acidic seas, the C[O.
The mass settlement of this vast, resource-rich but inhospitably cold zone means that almost 40m people live and work in cities where the average January temperatures range from minus 15oC to minus 45oC.
Temperatures in the Gulf have already hit the 30s C (nearing the 90s F) and will continue to climb as spring turns to summer, making the deserts inhospitably hot.
As spring turns to summer, the mercury rises drastically in the region, making the deserts that are likely to be the theatre for war inhospitably hot.
Unbelievable as this would have been during the disastrous Soviet attempt to subdue that inhospitably mountainous country, President Putin of post-Soviet Russia has been apparently ready to help the West's only superpower, the United States.
Traditionally, the courts have reacted inhospitably to cases that smacked of policing the schoolyard.
I well remember my view, from the topmost peanut gallery, of King George VI, the Queen Mother, the future Queen Elizabeth II, and her sister, Princess Margaret, all craning their necks to see from Covent Garden's inhospitably placed Royal Box.
Aiding Spacey's anchoring portrayal are the rich shadings Julianne Moore brings to her deceptively cool Wavey Prowse character (again, quite a departure from the book's description), an atypically restrained (though crusty as usual) Judi Dench and, perhaps most crucially, the inhospitably imposing Newfoundland coast where most of the movie takes place.
Not only must Rusedski and Tim Henman slug it out in a converted bullring on an alien clay surface in inhospitably hot and humid conditions, they must do so in the home town of opponents Nicolas and Giovanni Lapentti.