Gale

A gale is a very strong wind. There are conflicting definitions of how strong a wind must be to be considered a gale. The U.S. National Weather Service defines a gale as 34–47 knots (63–87 km/h, 17.5–24.2 m/s or 39–54 miles/hour) of sustained surface winds. Forecasters typically issue gale warnings when winds of this strength are expected....
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gale

[n] - a strong wind moving 45-90 knots
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Gale

• (n.) A moderate current of air; a breeze. • (v. i.) To sing. • (n.) A plant of the genus Myrica, growing in wet places, and strongly resembling the bayberry. The sweet gale (Myrica Gale) is found both in Europe and in America. • (v. i.) To sale, or sail fast. • (n.) A strong current of air; a wind between a stiff breeze a...
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Gale

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Gale

[given name] Gale is a given name. It has seen masculine and feminine use consecutively in the United States. Gale as a man`s name is from an English surname, ultimately from Middle English gaile `jovial`. As a woman`s name, it is a short form of the biblical name Abigail. It was almost exclusively a masculine name before 1935; in the later...
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Gale

Gale (gāl) noun [ Prob. of Scand. origin; confer Danish gal furious, Icelandic galinn , confer Icelandic gala to sing, Anglo-Saxon galan to sing, Icelandic galdr song, witchcraft, Anglo-Saxon galdor charm, sorcery, E. nightin gale ; also, Iceland...
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Gale

Gale intransitive verb (Nautical) To sale, or sail fast.
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Gale

Gale noun [ Middle English gal . See Gale wind.] A song or story. [ Obsolete] Toone.
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gale

1. A strong current of air; a wind between a stiff breeze and a hurricane. The most violent gales are called tempests. ... Gales have a velocity of from about eighteen ('moderate') to about eighty ('very heavy') miles an our. ... 2. A moderate current of air; a breeze. 'A little gale will soon disperse that cloud.' (Shak) 'And winds of gentlest gal...
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Gale

A comet in our solar system with an orbital period of 11.3years. More data in TABLE 14. NOTABLE PERIODIC COMETS
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Gale

A gale is a strong wind, specifically one of force seven to ten on the Beaufort scale or from 45 to 90 kilometres per hour.
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gale

a strong wind moving 45-90 knots
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Gale

A wind between a strong breeze and a storm. A continuous wind blowing in degrees of moderate, fresh, strong, or whole gale and varying in velocity from 28 to 30 nautical miles per hour.
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Gale

A wind of 'Force 8' or above on the Beaufort Scale of Wind Force defined as strong enough to 'break twigs off trees and generally impede progress'.
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Gale

A wind reaching a mean speed of 39 miles per hour or gusts 49 miles per hour. Described as force 8 on the Beaufort scale.
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GALE

acronym: Genesis of Atlantic Lows Experiment
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GALE

On the Beaufort Wind Scale, a wind with speeds from 28 to 55 knots (32 to 63 miles per hour). For marine interests, it can be categorized as a moderate gale (28 to 33 knots), a fresh gale (34 to 40 knots), a strong gale (41 to 47 knots), or a whole gale (48 to 55 knots). In 1964, the World Meteorological Organization defined the categories as near ...
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Gale

On the Beaufort Wind Scale, a wind with speeds from 28 to 55 knots (32 to 63 miles per hour). For ma
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GALE

On the Beaufort Wind Scale, a wind with speeds from 28 to 55 knots (32 to 63 miles per hour). For marine interests, it can be categorized as a moderate gale (28 to 33 knots), a fresh gale (34 to 40 knots), a strong gale (41 to 47 knots), or a whole gale (48 to 55 knots). In 1964, the World Meteorological Organization defined the categories as near ...
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gale

Strong wind, usually between force seven and ten on the Beaufort scale (measuring 45–90 km/28–56 mi per hour)
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Gale

Sustained wind speeds from 34 to 47 knots (39 to 54 mph).
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GALE

Wind speeds from 39 to 54 mph (34 to 47 knots).
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GALE

Wind speeds from 39 to 54 mph (34 to 47 knots).
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GALE

Wind speeds from 39 to 54 mph (34 to 47 knots).
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gale

wind that is stronger than a breeze; specifically a wind of 28–55 knots (50–102 km per hour) corresponding to force numbers 7 to 10 on the Beaufort ...
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