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Old February 16th 21, 10:41 PM posted to
Gil May
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Default What does Passat mean in English? It means 'trade Winds','strong wind', currently in Germany it is used to refer to a strong breeze or wind.

On Wednesday, June 28, 2000 at 5:00:00 PM UTC+10, Mike Davis wrote:
> >Stuttgart has nothing to do with aircooled VWs.

> Other than Ferry Porsche.
> But, pardon me, Wolfsburg.
> As for the meteorologists, my point is that the marketeers make
> up these names, not the meteorologists. Just ask Ralph Loren
> about a Polo, eh?
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