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open to or swept by wind

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is to develop a corporate web site for Windswept which will provide both marketing and investor information.
Windswept Environmental Group Consolidated Statement of Operations Data (unaudited) For the Three Months For the Three Months Ended July 31, 1998 Ended July 31, 1997 Revenues $3,443,463 $3,295,363 Costs of Revenues 2,321,157 3,184,914 Gross Profit 1,122,306 110,449 Net Income 22,737 (1,374,008) Dividends on Series A Convertible Preferred Stock 19,500 23,146 Net Income attributable to Common Shareholders 3,237 (1,397,154) Net Income Per Share 0.
Executive producer Claire Ingham said: "It was a We all froze windswept, beaches, thawed sprawling, complexes.
It is in fact a bleak windswept hill, without much in the way of rare and beautiful wildlife.
Twenty-three of the 27 children (85 percent) with cerebral palsy also had windswept hips, a hallmark feature in CP patients marked by one hip facing outward and the other one rotated inward.
Are you carrying a heavy cross With sickness, aches and pains Can you only see the loss When you long to see the gains Do you struggle because the load Has brought you to your knees Are you on the windswept road Longing for the breeze You know the tempest will subside And soon will change its course Then deep within you will reside A different power source It is the power to overcome To outlast and to endure And all because a suffering one Has passed this way before.
Early indications last night were that day-trippers, caravanners and campers had still gone ahead with their trips despite the windswept beaches and rain-lashed attractions.
Summary: Forget Vegas of the North, Blackpool is now trying a bit of French glamour to attract tourists to its windswept beaches.
Having sizzled around the windswept layout in 67 to force a play-off, Clark claimed the Stonehaven Cup with a miraculous sand-save on the first extra hole, forcing Goggin to make a testing three-foot putt to stay alive.
5-mile round-trip Tomales Point Trail, at Point Reyes National Seashore, is the place to spy on herds of males butting their big racks and bugling to woo adoring females--and it's one of our favorite hikes in the Bay Area, following the windswept coast the whole way.
The Great White Shark held his nerve at windswept Royal Birkdale yesterday to shoot a two-over-par 72 for a two-shot lead over Padraig Harrington and KJ Choi.
Zeta Jones may be one of the world's most beautiful women but on a windswept afternoon in Swansea, when she jetted in to see her gran, she looked, well, ordinary.
Spray of the day: Waves break on to a windswept Druridge Bay, while the Alcan aluminium processing plant provides the backdrop, in this photograph by The Journal's Paul Norris.
The mixed teams of four will have to drag themselves up and down the equivalent of three Mount Everests (82,000ft), hurl themselves around on mountain bikes, kayak across windswept seaways and swim freezing lochs - all with barely no sleep.
Families of dead Argentine soldiers can now make private visits to their run-down and windswept war graves at Darwin on East Falkland.