Definition: gentle breeze; west wind
Definition: gentle breeze; west wind
Sentences Containing 'zephyr'
"California Zephyr" / "World's Greatest Liar" (1993, Minty Fresh, MF1021693)
A delicious zephyr played along the coasts of the Mediterranean, and wafted from shore to shore the sweet perfume of plants, mingled with the fresh smell of the sea.
All players started with Zephyr plans, and 20,000 Diaspora Credits (DCs) to buy a ship.
Euroclydon, nevertheless, is a mighty pleasant zephyr to any one in-doors, with his feet on the hob quietly toasting for bed.
Fanzz has vendor relationships with companies like Reebok, Nike, Adidas, Spalding, Majestic, New Era, Top of the World, Zephyr, and over 60 others, selling licensed team and player gear from teams in the NBA, NFL, MLB, NCAA, and NHL sports leagues.
His code at the School was F28246eff and while the Flock attends school in Virginia, he is known as Zephyr.
It was founded by Rick Roberts, who had been in the Flying Burrito Brothers, and Jock Bartley, who had been Tommy Bolin's replacement in Zephyr.
Like many other passenger trains that experienced declining revenues in the face of competition from automobiles and airplanes in the 1950s and 1960s, the "Sam Houston Zephyr" was discontinued in 1966.
Listen to every zephyr for some reproof, for it is surely there, and he is unfortunate who does not hear it.
Notable names from that time are: DONDI, Lady Pink, Zephyr, Julio 204, FRIENDLY FREDDIE, STAY HIGH 149, SUPER KOOL 223, HONDO 1, JAPAN 1, JOE 182, MOSES 147, SNAKE 131, LEE 163d, STAR 3, PHASE 2, PRO-SOUL, LIL HAWK, BARBARA 62, EVA 62, CAY 161 and JUNIOR 161.
One notable example was the early Pioneer Zephyr.
One of the original trainsets from the "Twin Cities Zephyr", number 9901, was transferred to begin this new route.
RTL is also the name of a specific IR used in the GNU Compiler Collection (GCC), and several other compilers, such as Zephyr or the European compiler projects CerCo and CompCert.
Some notable graffiti artists of this era were Cope2, Claw Money, Sane Smith, Zephyr and T Kid.
that is served daily by Amtrak's (the National Railroad Passenger Corporation) "California Zephyr", which runs once daily between Chicago, Illinois and Emeryville, California (in the San Francisco Bay Area).
The "Zephyr", developed by BAE Systems, is the latest in a line of record-breaking solar aircraft, making a 54-hour flight in 2007, and month-long flights are envisioned by 2010.
The Sam Houston Zephyr was a named passenger train operated by the Burlington-Rock Island Railroad, a subsidiary of both the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad and the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railroad.
The Texas Tommy Swing invades the north and east like a dainty zephyr from the perfumed cotton fields of the sunny South.
They eventually released one 7" single, "California Zephyr" on the independent label Minty Fresh.
While under the management of the Rock Island, "Zephyr" 9901 power car was destroyed by fire on December 19, 1944.
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