• autumn rains [fruits]
  • 秋の雨[くだもの]
  • A 2008 Swedish study found that heart attacks were significantly more common the first three weekdays after the spring transition, and significantly less common the first weekday after the autumn transition.
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  • A pair lives and forages within their territory before dispersing in autumn.
  • Wikipedia: Red-capped Robin
  • Armenian forces began a new bout of offensives that overran villages in northern Karabakh that had been held by the Azeris since the previous autumn.
  • Wikipedia: Nagorno-Karabakh War
  • As autumn is the peak breeding season in most areas, males typically defend their territory only from spring to autumn.
  • Wikipedia: Sea otter
  • As autumn moves on, these storm systems bring with them progressively colder air, eventually changing the rain over snow, generally starting in October in the northern part of the state and November in the south.
  • Wikipedia: Climate of Minnesota
  • Birds forage singly or in pairs in summer, and more often in larger flocks in autumn and winter, during which time they are more likely to loiter around people and urban areas.
  • Wikipedia: Pied Currawong
  • By autumn 1917, however, these attempts at peaceful resolution had failed, and the power vacuum began to be filled by the paramilitary troops of the right and left.
  • Wikipedia: Finnish Civil War
  • By the autumn of that year he was in financial trouble, and sent poems begging help to various acquaintances.
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  • Defecting consuls and senators rushed over to the side of Antony in disbelief of the propaganda (which turned out to be true), yet so did able ministers desert Antony for Octavian in the autumn of 32 BC.
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  • Despite a slow start, mainly due to a scorching summer, Pinafore became a red-hot favourite by autumn.
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  • Despite this, the species is highly valued by beekeepers because it produces large amounts of pollen and nectar during autumn and winter, thus helping support hives at a time when little else is flowering.
  • Wikipedia: Banksia integrifolia
  • Diocletian returned to Antioch in the autumn of 302.
  • Wikipedia: Diocletian
  • Flowering has been recorded between January and October, with a peak in autumn and early winter (April to June).
  • Wikipedia: Banksia oblongifolia
  • Flowering occurs in autumn and winter, peaking from May to July.
  • Wikipedia: Banksia menziesii
  • Holkham's north-facing coastal location can attract large numbers of migrating birds in autumn if the weather conditions are right, especially with a north to north-east wind.
  • Wikipedia: Holkham National Nature Reserve
  • In autumn 1976, while still recording, Fleetwood Mac showcased tracks from Rumours at the Universal Amphitheatre in Los Angeles.
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  • In California, David Arora discerned a larger form associated with oak and pine which appears in late autumn and winter, as well as the typical form that is associated with birch plantings and appears in autumn.
  • Wikipedia: Paxillus involutus
  • In the autumn of 1779, a large party of immigrants came with him, including (according to tradition) the family of Abraham Lincoln's grandfather.
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  • In the autumn of 1927, Messiaen joined Dupré's organ course.
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  • In the autumn of 1940, alarmed that the war might precipitate an invasion of the United States eastern seaboard, he and Ella moved to Springfield, Missouri, in the centre of the continent.
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  • In the autumn of 307, Galerius led a second force against Maxentius but he again failed to take Rome, and retreated north with his army mostly intact.
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  • In the autumn of 309, Maximinus resumed persecution by issuing letters to provincial governors and his praetorian prefect, the highest authority in judicial proceedings after the emperor, demanding that Christians conform to pagan customs.
  • Wikipedia: Diocletianic Persecution
  • It does not appear to be at an increased risk of predation during its autumn moult, despite having fewer flight feathers at that time.
  • Wikipedia: Eurasian Tree Sparrow
  • It spread to many parts of France, where it persisted into the autumn.
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