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gentle breezes in a sentence

1. Pleased with this, Apollo sent gentle breezes that helped Odysseus return safely to the Greek camp.

2. Gentle breezes off the Caspian Sea have some influence on the climate of the low-lying areas.

3. With gentle breezes and a broad, sandy landing zone, Dockweiler was a major testing ground for hang gliding pioneers in the 1960s.

4. Also described as an imitation of the gentle breezes of summer, the songs of birds, the ideal sound for the harmonics is called Чистый звук—Russian for clear sound.

5. "I distinctly remember sitting on a hilltop in the Pacific Northwest surrounded by smiles and dreadlocks and sweat and sun," Haim says, "the bass from the sound system echoing in my solar plexus while small gentle breezes swept past me leaving aural trails of hemp and lavender."

6. Their voices had been wafted away by the gentle breezes and all that was left was a rasping, guttural sound accompanied by an expression of determination but nothing vocal to carry it out."

7. An average of 35 inches of rainfall keeps it cool, and gentle breezes ward off the stifling humidity.

8. Prior to the start of the season, The Tulsa Daily World wrote: "The sound of rough-shod toes coming sharply in contact will be wafted on the gentle breezes that float around Kendall college next week.

9. An average of 35 inches of rainfall keeps it cool, and gentle breezes ward off the stifling humidity.

10. Responding to an interviewer's question in 1990 Keller acknowledge that even as far back as 1982/83, when he was studying in Moscow, gentle breezes of what came to be known as Glasnost were already discernible in the Soviet capital, both one or two theatres and in some of the (little noticed by foreign observers) activities of Mikhail Gorbachev at the Agriculture Plenum of the Central Committee's Secretariat for Agriculture.