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  • The twice-annual swabbing of the high, dust-laden logs in the Centennial house was work that never ended.

    Bird Cloud

  • A mean minimum of 18% is recorded in January and February when dry frequently heavily dust-laden winds blow from the desert.

    Mount Nimba Strict Nature Reserve, Guinea and Côte d'Ivoire

  • A lone man, tall, commanding of presence, his broad shoulders slightly stooped, his thick hair gleaming silvery, was stepping purposefully across the dust-laden flooring that once had known the dancing feet of mid-level entertainers.

    "Master Control" by Harl Vincent, part 2

  • Natural Hazards: hot, dry, dust-laden ghibli is a southern wind lasting one to four days in spring and fall; dust storms, sandstorms

    Libya

  • It is susceptible to hot, dry, dust-laden southern wind called the sirocco or "ghibli" which lasts one to four days in spring and fall; and, from dust storms and sandstorms.

    Libya

  • It is susceptible to a hot, dust-laden harmattan haze which is common during dry seasons; to recurring droughts; and, accasionally to Niger River flooding.

    Mali

  • Natural Hazards: hot, dust-laden harmattan haze common during dry seasons; recurring droughts; occasional Niger River flooding

    Mali

  • Natural Hazards: dust-laden harmattan winds blow from the Sahara (December to March)

    Liberia

  • It is susceptible to dust-laden harmattan winds which blow from the Sahara Desert from December to March.

    Liberia

  • Libyahot, dry, dust-laden ghibli is a southern wind lasting one to four days in spring and fall; dust storms, sandstorms

    Natural hazards

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