About three o'clock, the whirlwind
ceased; the sand, falling again upon the desert, formed numberless little hillocks, and the sky resumed its former tranquillity.
as he would, be could not damage Rivera, while Rivera through the blur and whirl, dropped him to the mat three times in succession.
lunch counters, on sandwiches and beer in his hall-bedroom.
Sometimes I could cope with the sullen despair that overwhelmed me, but sometimes the whirlwind
passions of my soul drove me to seek, by bodily exercise and by change of place, some relief from my intolerable sensations.
Reginald," she said, "you are like the whirlwind
- and how can I answer you in five minutes
The feature about The Whirlwinds
brought back many happy memories to my husband Doug, reminding him of the time when he lived at Stainsby Street in Thornaby and Eric Gillies lived across the road from him.
19 October 2010, SPA -- Experts from the Gulf Cooperation Council&'s member states started here today a debate on a study presented by Kuwait on the phenomenon of dust and whirlwinds
were twin-engined, lowwinged planes and very fast for the time.
The desert whirlwinds
are typically only a few hundred meters tall and feature 60-km/hr gusts.
develop within, and immediately downwind, of the wildfire, making it virtually impossible to escape the oncoming flames.
But most of us know whirlwinds
are fraught with hidden dangers so why do we still let our hearts rule our heads?
So you see the wagons, and the whirlwinds
, and the magic carpets, and you also see how it all winds up, in Baenziger's cul-de-sac (the ultimate subdivision housing arrangement), and glass boxes, and washing machines, agitators whirling out across the floor, trapping you in pretty goo.
SEVERAL of our rock and roll loving readers have been reminiscing about the 1960s, Marjorie Livingston from Thornaby has sent in this brilliant photograph of local group The Whirlwinds
Scientists scanning satellite images of the southern Sahara have detected trails left on the landscape by the whirlwinds
commonly known as dust devils, the first such observations made from Earth orbit.
Having sown the winds of this "religious axis," liberal democracy often reaps the whirlwind
of the turbulent intermingling of religion and politics that can threaten to upset the "religious axis" itself.