maelstrom


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Synonyms for maelstrom

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a powerful circular current of water (usually the result of conflicting tides)

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When they choose the latter the Maelstrom browser works similar to the Tor browser which works with both specially configured Tor sites and regular" websites.
The Virgin Atlantic Maelstrom Ath boss wants seven to 10-year-olds to test the pounds 50million familyfriendly refit of his 747s.
Colin Bryan, Managing Director at Drayton Manor Park, said: "On Friday, a woman aged 42 was at the park enjoying a day out when sadly, having left the Maelstrom ride, she passed away after having a cardiac arrest.
COLLAPSED Carla Knight SCARE Drayton Park's Maelstrom
Here, the drama revolves around six individuals as they unwittingly plunge into the tumult and dangers of The Intimacy Maelstrom.
Detective Inspector Matt Walker, of North Yorkshire Police, said: "Operation Maelstrom was a great success in terms of disrupting and infiltrating the stolen goods market in the York area.
Competing voices risk being lost in a maelstrom of new information that is difficult to take in.
No matter what one thinks of the maelstrom swirling around the tragic life and death of Anna Nicole Smith, we must acknowledge that there was one bright shining light showing us the way out.
About the maelstrom American arrogance has unleashed on its people?
During the maelstrom of bullets, Perioux grabbed a gun and fired back, hitting one of the criminals with a non-lethal shot to the head.
Excellent, fast-paced action marks a story hard to put down: fans of either McCaffrey, Scarborough or their previous books on the topic will all be enthusiastic readers of MAELSTROM.
The Belgian choreographer thrusts her eight black-clad dancers into a measured movement maelstrom, introducing and then developing thematic elements.
As they note, all too often when a crisis comes, "senior executives are often thrown into this maelstrom with little or no guidance or preparation.
Thrust into the Middle East maelstrom as a journalist, he witnesses the birth of the Oslo peace process under Israeli prime minister Yitzhak Rabin, then watches momentum toward a lasting peace crumble in the wake of rejectionist bus bombers and revanchist Jewish settlers.
Wisely, lyrical flashes of bittersweet levity, like the offhanded way he mutters "I love your depression / And your double chin" on q-he Animals Were Gone," are seeded throughout the emotional maelstrom.