The word summer is a noun. Summer means (1) the warmest season of the year; in the northern hemisphere it extends from the summer solstice to the autumnal equinox.
Summer is also a verb that means (1) spend the summer.
The following articles and web pages elaborate on the word summer.
Visit this beds retailer directory for information about bed retailers in the United States. The photograph on this web page depicts simple cots at a summer camp dormitory.
Picture of a central air conditioning compressor partially covered with snow. Central air conditioning is a luxury on hot summer days, and a must in sticky, humid climates.
Down is the natural insulating layer found under the feathers on ducks and geese, and makes for very comfortable bedding! Down comforters are naturally warm in the winter and cool in the summer.
This is the University of Michigan Athletics official website. On it users can find up-to-date information about all the sports at UM. There's also information about upcoming games, tickets, merchandise, summer camps, NCAA rules and much more including the end of the year Michigan Team Finishes.
The 400-acre San Diego Zoo features 4,000 rare and endangered animals from 800 species, and a botanical collection of 700,000 plants. The website contains extensive information on all the animals, including a panda webcam. Users can find out about the many projects the Zoo is engaged in around the world, latest zoo news, and summer camps.
SIL began 1934 as a summer program--Summer Institute of Linguistics. It is a faith-based organization that studies, documents, and assists in developing the world's lesser-known languages, especially those that do not have written alphabets. SIL is a leader in the research of the world's endangered languages and contributes to broader knowledge in linguistics, anthropology, ethnomusicology, and other fields.
Cape Cod is a cape jutting out into the Atlantic Ocean in the eastern part of Massachusetts. Its resorts, inns, and beaches attract heavy vacation traffic in the summer months. There are events happening through the various seasons of the year.
The following articles provide recent summer-related news.
Investigators focused on a sale of at least $1 million of stock in Cardlytics, a financial firm whose board the senator once sat on. They closed the case this summer without charges.
Katie Benner, Adam Goldman, Nicholas Fandos and Kate Kelly. New York Times. Wednesday, 25 Nov 2020 21:17:39 +0000.
One lesson learned by business this summer is that innovation may not cure the next crisis, but it can help ease the pain, so expect work processes to change.
By Helen Thompson, Contributor. Forbes. Wednesday, 25 Nov 2020 12:10:40 -0500.