Adjective(1) (of winds(2) on the edge of the land
Adverb(1) on or toward the land
(1) The event will include a technology study tour to Kingsmountain Wind Farm - the site of the Republic's largest onshore wind farm.(2) Fulfilling the entire potential for onshore wind would mean erecting at least 4000 turbines over 2% of Scotland.(3) Relative sea-level graphs based on onshore data in the Cumbria area do not show such a substantial relative fall, but roughly agree on the timing.(4) Plans for England's largest onshore wind farm, near Bradwell and Tillingham, could be abandoned after two more landowners pulled out.(5) It helps that most Russian oil is onshore and that surveys have revealed where much of that oil is, so it's relatively easy to get at.(6) In just over a week, Scotland's Klondike king will announce interims for a year that has included no fewer than four oil strikes onshore in Rajasthan in India.(7) The Brunei economy was revolutionized by the discovery of substantial onshore oil deposits in 1929 and offshore oil and gas fields in the early 1960s.(8) The mallu guy of course is almost always in the gulf working alone on some onshore oil rig in the desert.(9) This effectively denies Ireland's western seaboard the huge economic benefits that onshore facilities for an oil industry would bring.(10) As luck would have it the winds had been howling onshore for almost a solid week.(11) Some onshore wind power is now price-competitive with fossil fuels, though investors still worry about the newness of the technology.(12) But they insist that onshore wind farms still matter.(13) Making an about-face at the command of onshore winds, the firestorm then returned toward its point of origin in the mountains.(14) Strong onshore winds can produce sightings of sea-birds during cold weather including petrels and sea-ducks.(15) As development expands from onshore to offshore sites, potential for oil spills and disturbance in the marine environment will increase.(16) Currents also change from offshore to onshore, and combined with strong winds blowing onshore , anything that floats has a tendency to head this way.
(1) on shore :: på land
1. inshore ::
2. shoreward ::
3. seaward ::
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