blustery


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blowing in violent and abrupt bursts

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noisily domineering

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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.
Goya: Mastered the blustery conditions; McGrane: Irish ace three shots off pace
Every year winter comes to Anna's town with its cold, blustery days, but never snow.
My painting at New Brighton was done on a very early, blustery November day last year," she says.
Last month was the warmest April since records began more than 300 years ago and many parts of the country had no rain at all, never mind a few blustery showers.
Hoffman drained a birdie on the first playoff hole to defeat John Rollins for his first victory on the tour after a blustery, unseasonably cool and windy week.
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.
More than 500 structures, some more than 125 years old, creak, bend and break in the blustery winds of the High Sierra near the California-Nevada border.
Entitled Paper Route, it is a 30-minute verite piece on delivering 150 newspapers in and around Mabou, Nova Scotia, on a cold and blustery March morning.
99) tells of a tiny wild duck who lives in a hotel: it's up to Edward the owner to convince the blustery hotel manager the duck has value on his establishment.
A raconteur accustomed to spraying ideas and invective as if they were the same thing, Moore isn't known for pulling back the reins, but Fahrenheit 9/11 tones down his blustery act, finding room for nuance in areas ranging from September 11 footage (the planes hit the buildings, but the screen is black) to his own onscreen presence (he narrates, but is largely invisible).
And his insufficiency makes Michael Cerveris as John Wilkes Booth look bad and blustery in their climactic encounter.
ON A BLUSTERY winter morning, Gail Holland walks gingerly through hardened snow on a Toronto street.
Imps keeper Alan Marriott did well to catch Billy Jones's corner in the blustery conditions 17 minutes in.