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a more or less vertical column of air whirling around itself as it moves over the surface of the Earth

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This is the third transaction Whirlwind Renewables has completed with Clydesdale Bank in the last year and the bank's seventh Project Finance transaction in the past six months.
Al Canasa, weather specialist 2 of Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (Pagasa) on Mactan Island, Cebu, said what residents saw could have been a whirlwind locally known as 'ipo-ipo' and not a tornado.
The fire fighters chose to jump into the river as the whirlwind brought fire quickly.
The race was over as a contest from the first bend when Swift Whirlwind went round ahead and he stayed on powerfully to beat Pretty Lane by four and a half lengths in 33.
Maricel recalled how she was clutching her baby as he lay on a blanket made into a makeshift cradle when the whirlwind peeled off the roof of their house.
A deal was made with Calvin Beckman, Lenora, Kansas, to purchase a well-used Whirlwind off his farm north of Hill City, Kansas.
David Walliams drops in to meet young fans COMEDIAN and children's author David Walliams made a flying visit to a South Wales school, keeping his promise to embark on his whirlwind World Book Day helicopter tour - despite reportedly splitting from his wife, Lara Stone.
His hit single "Whirlwind" will be taking over the airwaves and is set for radio play on several upcoming radio stations Whirlwind is hot in the south in rotation on 98.
THIS dramatic picture shows a whirlwind towering over the Menai Strait yesterday morning.
THE Hayler, former Our all her speak with Bev Lyons and Clemmie Moodie GOLF fanatic Harry Styles takes a break from the 1D whirlwind over the weekend by enjoying a round in the sunshine.
James Isaacs hoped to get some shut-eye on the Dundee Stars bus overnight after his whirlwind arrival to UK ice hockey.
That's the problem, John - you've spent your entire life thinking you're the whirlwind, but you're not.
Langkat, Jumada II 16, 1433, May 7, 2012, SPA -- Some 162 houses in Babalan and Sei Lepan subdistrict, Langkat regency, North Sumatra had been raged by a whirlwind causing hundreds of millions of rupiahs in losses.
It's been like a whirlwind for me," said the Amble-born teenager.
It is rare indeed to discover a book such as In the Whirlwind, almost a religious text written by a Professor of Law at Yale Law School and published by such a prestigious publisher as Harvard University Press.