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The pluvial autumn wind came sweeping along between the rows of houses.
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Miquel y Bada mentions a magnificent velvet pluvial in gold and three colours, belonging to a church in Catalua.
From the Pluvial period to the present the valley has been the scene of frequent volcanic disturbances.
And this tete-a-tete decorated with flowers; and this pluvial cope in this case.
During the pluvial periods when hydrosere-loving shrews populated the Great Basin, that region may have been a treeless grassland.
The celebrated pluvial at Aix-la-Chapelle has a fringe of gold bells hanging to a gold cord, which amalgamates with the pattern.
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It has been called the Pluvial or Lacustrine Age, the rain or pond period.
Scandinavian mythology, therefore, appears to regard the goat as essentially the one that makes fruitful, as a pluvial cloud.
The fish and the rain remind us of the myth of the phallical and pluvial cuckoo.

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