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Synonyms for whirlwind

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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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Whirlwind as he would, be could not damage Rivera, while Rivera through the blur and whirl, dropped him to the mat three times in succession.
Samanday- district of Hatay which is on the border with Syria, became the target of a strong whirlwind.
He said: "I saw the whirlwind from Gallt y Foel above Deiniolen at about 8.
HARRY GETS A ROUND GOLF fanatic Harry Styles takes a break from the 1D whirlwind over the weekend by enjoying a round in the sunshine.
The former Idaho Steelheads star said: "It's been a whirlwind week since I got the call from Dundee.
That's because I'm the whirlwind John, I'm the whirlwind.
We're very proud; Whirlwind is one of our flagship properties, one of the best Troon golf courses in the Valley, and the Bird Golf Academy is among the best golf schools in the nation, with the top instructors available.
Faisal added that the whirlwind struck at 6 pm to 6.
So it's been a whirlwind but I wouldn't change any of it for the world - it's been great.
It should not be misconstrued, thus thinking that the absence of any of these scholars has caused any serious defect in Professor Burt's In the Whirlwind.
In addition to the academic course, he has devoted more than 30 years to SFSU's nonprofit Whirlwind Wheelchair International.
A WHIRLWIND romance on board the flagship Queen Mary 2 (QM2) culminated in a couple tying the knot at Liverpool's registry office.
Rebecca Winter, aged 12, broke her left leg after flying off the whirlwind roundabout which is in the area for older kids.
Dream, Whirlwind, The Digger, and Meteor are superheroes and villains Use the clues below to find each character's real name and if they are a hero or villain.