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Yet I think it is only to us in cities that all weather is so unwelcome.
I remember a holiday of mine being completely ruined one late autumn by our paying attention to the weather report of the local newspaper.
If a fellow was to believe all that's in there, he would be running most of his time all over the sea trying to get behind the weather.
The preparing and the going abroad in such weather, with the sacrifice of his children after dinner, were evils, were disagreeables at least, which Mr.
Our weather must not always be judged by the calendar.
It was very edifying to see these unbelievers shake their heads and frown, and hear them hold forth strongly upon navigation: not that they knew anything about it, but that they always mistrusted the captain in calm weather, or when the wind was adverse.
The weather was now so severe, and the hardships of travelling so great, that he resolved to halt for the winter, at the first eligible place.
Karataev, on account of the warm weather and for convenience at work, was wearing only trousers and a tattered shirt as black as soot.
The weather was bad during the latter days of the voyage.
Directly I had joined I received from my owners instructions to send all the ship's apprentices away on leave together, because in such weather there was nothing for anybody to do, unless to keep up a fire in the cabin stove.
Wonderful weather has favored them so far; and George is in better health and spirits.
The mud was impassable along the roads; two mills were carried away, and the weather got worse and worse.