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“The first to unspool his findings was David McKay, the NASA researcher who introduced the world to the softball-sized meteorite from Mars that, for a short time in the mid-1990s, was hailed as containing strong evidence that life once existed on that planet.”
“Not to fret, there ARE baseball- and softball-sized diamonds elsewhere in the gem halls.”
“Over the last 12 years as an extreme storm chaser, I've risked my life documenting the most powerful and deadly natural disasters on the planet, including mile-wide F5 tornadoes, softball-sized hail, and over a dozen hurricanes in the U.S. and Caribbean, including the devastating Hurricane Katrina from Slidell, Louisiana.”
“The Baltimore Sun reports that softball-sized, milky white, bell-shaped jellyfish with long, trailing tentacles could be seen moving slowly about Thursday in the murky water by the USS Constellation.”
“Some communities had multiple passes at this storm — including golf ball-, baseball- and softball-sized hail, said McLeod County Emergency Management Director Kevin Mathews, who said two tractor-trailers were blown off local highways.”
“In addition to the powerful, softball-sized orbs, you'll need the Booster, a miniature amplifier/receiver to power them.”
“He gets a big box of the stuff from Brad Berlin, the team's equipment manager, and said he's chewed a softball-sized wad before, though I'm not sure I can believe that.”
“In addition to the tornado, the responsible thunderstorm generated softball-sized hail.”
“Keep reading for more on how hailstones are formed and why some turn out clear while others grow to be cloudy or white softball-sized bombs.”
“Baseball - and softball-sized hail that fell near Hughesville, Md., during the storm of April 28, 2002.”
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