Wind Related Quotes



“If we wind up with Indians in Atlanta, Nashville, Dallas, and the ritual moves on there, people get to see it.”

Charles Siler


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“A wet sheet and a flowing sea, / A wind that follows fast / And fills the white and rustling sail / And bends the gallant mast.”

Allan Cunningham


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“You walk off the plane in Rio, and your blood temperature goes up. The feel of the wind on your face, the water on your skin, the taste of the food, the music, the sexuality; Brazilians are very comfortable in their sexuality.”

Amy Irving


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“What the FAA says is that within a 500-foot radius of that wind sensor, the maximum object height has to be 15 feet below that wind sensor.”

Greg Perry


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“It's just nice to see the wind calm down a little bit so you can make a few birdies out there. It was a little bit easier today to hit the fairways and get it closer to the hole. Obviously, it was a good day. Anytime you shoot a 62 is a great day. It was nice -- me and David just kind of fed off each other all day. He played great and I was able to kind of follow in his footsteps.”

Chad Campbell


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“It's quite entertaining; it's different. The wind, the waves and the motion of the ocean is very exciting. The wind is extremely relaxing. You're in the middle of water, so it's very calming. You're away from everything else so you get this euphoric feeling; you just feel free. It's good for a family, to just enjoy yourself and have fun, especially if it's your first time on a yacht.”

Nadine Roberts


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“When a 45 mph wind dips down from aloft, it can accelerate to higher speeds. It is freakish, out of the norm.”

Roy Matsuda


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“Absence is to love what wind is to fire; it extinguishes the small, it enkindles the great.”

Comte Debussy-rabutin


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“The two major contributing factors that contributed to the quick spread was the wind combined with the surface of the ground, which was quite dry for this time of year.”

Chief Leman Padelford


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“Word is getting around about wind. Up and down the Great Plains are states like Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska, and the Dakotas, where there's no special incentives or mandates. But hundreds of megawatts of wind are being developed there because it pays.”

Randall Swisher


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