We have no meanings for "warm climates" in our records yet.
In warm climates, oats do best when they are sowed in the fall.
Rest from labour is, in warm climates, a great propensity, and easily indulged.
Vibrio parahaemolyticus is a marine bacterium that thrives in warm climates.
Both wore the serviceable khaki now so common in surveying camps in warm climates.
Keep him in warm climates as long as you can.
Nature seems to be peculiarly kind and indulgent to the people of warm climates.
The yarn is used for weaving alpaca linings and light coatings for warm climates.
They become weak and die when brought to warm climates.
In warm climates it is far easier to come up with big, rich red wines.
The pomegranate or dalima (Punica granatum) flourishes here, as in all warm climates.
It is best suited for use in warm climates.
But such is generally the case in warm climates, as far as my observation goes.
Propagation and cultivation the same; though, in warm climates, the bulbs are sometimes planted in autumn.
Scorpions are found widely dispersed in the warm climates of both the Old and New Worlds.
Fruits grow most abundantly in warm climates and that is where they should be used most.
It may be that living in warm climates will decrease how much virus infection there is.
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Warm climates through the time
Warm climates across language varieties