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  • Zwei, with Carl Craig's "Sandstorms" and Rolando's "Knights Of The Jaguar" both getting jazzed up.

    RA News

  • "Sandstorms" plays the role of a comprehensive summary of what the band has to offer.

    DOA

  • As for other hazards: Sandstorms can be blinding, it's not advisable to date the locals, and a cold beer can be very hard to come by.

    While My Son Serves

  • Sandstorms constantly came and went, destroying your tent, ruining your food, blowing tiny grains of sand into every crevice of your body.

    In the Shadow of Freedom

  • Sandstorms are common in Iraq in the spring, when the northwesterly shamal wind, funneled into the Mesopotamian plateau by the mountains of Turkey, drags through Iraq and Kuwait enormous quantities of sand it picks up in Syria and Lebanon.

    Peace Meals

  • Was it the Sandstorms or the Rising Shitstorm? digg

    Jeremy Scahill: Obama Went to Iraq and Visited... the Airport. Was it the Sandstorms or the Rising Shitstorm?

  • Then I went to the "Scarabs and Sandstorms" reading of fiction of, from and about Africa and the Middle East.

    SeeLight:

  • Sandstorms can blind eye-in-the-sky satellites and crash helicopters, communication links can go down, and some of the new gizmos have never been battle-tested.

    Boots, Bytes And Bombs

  • Sandstorms exact a physical and psychological toll.

    The Sand And The Fury

  • FLORCRUZ: Sandstorms sweep through northern China every year in spring, fed by the Gobi Desert in Shinjuan (ph) and Ermongolia (ph) in northwestern China.

    CNN Transcript Apr 18, 2006

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