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The four seasons of Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter, are divisions in the year marked by differing climate and hours of daylight.
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... the coolest quarter of the year in a particular area, ... a four-season model to identify the warmest and ...

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A season is a part of a year. In most areas of the world there are four seasons in a year: spring, summer, autumn (British English) or fall (US English), and winter.

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Seasons are periods in a year marked by specific weather conditions, temperatures and length of day. Most modern day calendars divide the year in 4 seasons: ...

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The Four Seasons (Italian: Le quattro stagioni) is a group of four violin concerti by Italian composer Antonio Vivaldi, each of which gives a musical expression to a season of the year.

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Mar 21, 2016 ... The passing of a year can bring a marked change in the weather and the surrounding environment. The four seasons — winter, spring, summer ...

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May 18, 2015 ... The Seasons Song is a Science song that teaches the seasons of the year. ... Love how this video divides the seasons in four sections with ...

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Many parts of the world have four seasons in a year. They are spring, summer, fall, and winter. The weather is different during each season. As the weather ...

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Dec 1, 2009 ... The Seasons of The Year<br />Susie<br />Billy< There are 4 Seasons in Each year<br />Summer<br /> In the Summer: <br />It is HOT!<br /> In ...

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Aug 9, 2007 ... ... adopt a convention for the purpose of presenting statistics by grouping the twelve months of the year into four three-month seasons.