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temperate

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtemperatetem‧pe‧rate /ˈtempərət/ adjective  1 temperate climate/zone/region etc2 formalCALM behaviour that is temperate is calm and sensible opp intemperate
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temperateThe weather here continues to be temperate!Here I review these data and their implications for a temperate climate.The difficulty is greater in relation to overseas markets having temperatures and humidities higher than those of temperate regions.Many sea-urchins of temperate waters have tiny pronged pincers, often provided with poison glands.
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