storm centre


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Synonyms for storm centre

the central area or place of lowest barometric pressure within a storm

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A shorter trip could be ideal and, with further improvement likely, Storm Centre is fancied to open his account and maintain his trainer's excellent record.
The pair meet for Thompson's crown at the Derby Storm Centre tomorrow, and when they came head to head, Nelson's wind-up worked.
The Melbourne Storm centre, capped eight times by New Zealand, will move to England next year on a two-year contract.
The news will delight those at Halton Stadium who believe the former Melbourne Storm centre is potentially one of Super League's most potent attacking weapons.
DARK SKIES Storm hits New Orleans; POWER Satellite hits Louisiana coast; WADE IN Victim struggling to safety; UNDERWATER Street and railway crossing in New Orleans yesterday Pictures: REUTERS; 2005 SNUB Bush ignores tragedy; 2008 CONCERN At storm centre
OMINOUS Storm hits New Orleans; POWER Satellite view of Louisiana coast; IN DEEP Resident wades through flood; SUBMERGED Street and railway crossing in New Orleans yesterday Pictures: REUTERS; 2005 SNUB Bush ignores tragedy; 2008 CONCERN At storm centre
2005; SNUB Bush ignores tragedy; 2008; CONCERN At storm centre
The former Melbourne Storm centre has signed a fouryear deal which will make him one of Super League's highest earners.
Warrington Wolves have secured Melbourne Storm centre Matt King on a four-year contract believed to be worth pounds 1.
LONDON BRONCOS joined the scramble for top Australian talent when they announced the capture of Test player Jason Hetherington and Melbourne Storm centre Tony Martin.
The former Melbourne Storm centre quit in agony just before the break when Leeds led only 14-6.
Many storm centres are forecast to pass just north of the UK.
Many storm centres are forecast to pass just north of the UK, with a battering of rain each time they pass through.