blustery


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blowing in violent and abrupt bursts

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noisily domineering

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Dubai: Hosts UAE were close on the heels of overall leaders USA at the top of the standings following seven days of competition as activities on the eighth day were restricted following blustery weather conditions at the 2015 FAI World Air Games on Monday.
The Met Office's forecast for last night was for further blustery showers and longer spells of rain, particularly over the hills.
Blustery day's water on the Mersey, arch-shaped waves.
Met Office forecaster Emma Sharples said: "There will be rain to start on Friday morning with blustery winds of between 50 and 60mph.
Despite the winds, today will be mostly bright with sunny spells combined with occasional blustery showers.
The drive, to donate Dh1 million to relief one million refugees and the people in the Levant affected by blustery winter, sees the participation of all government departments and private sector institutions, includes representatives of the Emirates Red Crescent, the Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan Foundation, the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Charity and Humanitarian Establishment, International Humanitarian City, Dubai Cares, Abu Dhabi Media Company, Dubai Media Inc.
Blustery and mild yesterday and conditions likely to get better rather than worse.
Despite the blustery conditions Joe rode a great race to win the youths' event in a time of 29:07.
This followed a weekend of blustery weather in which three children were taken to hospital after an inflatable slide toppled over at a garden show in Kent and coastguards rescued crew on board two yachts near Scarborough in North Yorkshire.
NORTON Under-13A and Stokesley fought out a close game in blustery conditions.
Summary: Alberto Contador will have to contend with treacherous cobblestones and blustery North Sea winds at the 2010 Tour de France.
COASTAL DELIGHT A blustery spring day saw reader Dorothy MacDonald walk from Coldingham towards the coast and the path down to St Abbs in Berwickshire, where she took this photograph.
The 20-year-old Argentinian coped with the blustery conditions better than anyone and hit a 69 to open up a healthy lead over Irishman Damien McGrane.
Sometimes whining, sometimes blustery, Keating shines in his sarcastic, mocking tones, especially when depicting the bullying scenes with the taunts of "baby" directed at Horace.
Those sharing passage with Edmund include Prettiman, a verbose radical (Sam Neill); a pragmatic if luckless governess (Victoria Hamilton); a troubled parson (Daniel Evans); blustery artist Brocklebank (Richard McCabe); and his voluptuous daughter, Zenobia (Paula Jennings), as well as the ship's arrogant captain (Jared Harris) and a defensive lieutenant (Jamie Sives) who becomes an unlikely ally.