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  1. summersadverb

    In the summer.

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  1. Summers

    Summers are a Japanese comedy duo under Horipro Inc., a large talent management company in Tokyo. Frequent guests on many Japanese variety and quiz shows, they are probably most famous as guests on the late night conte show, Uchimura Produce. Along with Teruyoshi Uchimura and the rest of the show's guests, they are two members of the musical comedy group NO PLAN.

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    Song lyrics by summers -- Explore a large variety of song lyrics performed by summers on the Lyrics.com website.

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of summers in Chaldean Numerology is: 9

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of summers in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9

Examples of summers in a Sentence

  1. Todd Allen:

    No one works harder at his craft than Josh does, i don’t care what it is -- baseball, basketball, football, and he was a swimmer in the summers too. I just can’t say enough about him.

  2. Goran Amnegard:

    The tendency is ... the climate is going to be warmer summers and colder winters. That seems to be the way it is heading and that will benefit us.

  3. Michelle Carstensen:

    But this new paper says, ‘Not so fast – these subtle changes during summers can be exacerbating some of these effects and you need to pay attention to that as well,’.

  4. Leo Dotson:

    I work outside in the weather on a boat, and it's all pretty much been the same for me, the climate is exactly the same as when I was a kid. Summers hot, winters cold.

  5. Prime Minister Scott Morrison:

    This Royal Commission is looking at the practical things that must be done to keep Australians safe and safer for longer in hot dry summers - conditions in which Australians will live into the future.

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