- n. Plural form of sandstorm.
“Farmers around the world could benefit from intercropping with Paulownia, especially in areas with poor soils, climate problems such as sandstorms, high winds, and droughts, and timber, fuelwood, and fodder shortages.”
“Repeating, decades from now we'll no doubt learn just how many helicopters were downed during the Iraq War by something other than 'sandstorms' and 'hard landings due to mechanical failure'.”
“Those crowds kicking the deserts beneath their feet into sandstorms, those aren't computer generated place holders, those are real people, each and every one of them, with all the costume and catering costs that entails.”
“I learned to run in sandstorms, and how to eat my water”
“Wexler said these kinds of studies have been performed before, so researchers should have known that the sampling equipment they used would be overwhelmed by sandstorms, that samples should not be kept in plastic containers in a hot environment because they could become contaminated, and that samples should be taken every third day - as has been the EPA standard since 1997 - rather than every sixth day.”
“The real sandstorms out there can be the size of small nations.”
“Its, Hyania, The Followers of Uar (21 pages, freshly translated into english) … Wicked sandstorms, strange ceremonies, dark alleys ... barbaric fun for the whole tribe!”
“It's even better than the Sahara desert because it doesn't have sandstorms.”
“The only problems were from the monsoon's clouds, squalls, sandstorms and flash floods.”
“Natural phenomena or events like sandstorms, stampedes, marching strikers, or an overturned dung collection cart”
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