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in all weathers

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishin all weathersin all weathersWEATHERin all types of weather, even when it is very hot or cold There are homeless people sleeping on the streets in all weathers. weather
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in all weathersHe worked all hours, day and night, and in all weathers.They worked round the clock, in all weathers, scooping fish from the Newfoundland seas.She loves gardening -- she's out in her garden in all weathers.What is the best material, that keeps its shape, lasts in all weathers and takes lettering and varnish?There are homeless people sleeping on the streets of London in all weathers.We go out in all weathers.I would go out in all weathers, at all times: exercise was an addiction.If you venture out in all weathers, you need a compact camera that can brave the elements, too.Some ideas he rejected, such as the liquid developed at Derby County for making pitches usable in all weathers.Women usually had to call for their work and were often kept waiting in all weathers.
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