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  • They were not there to thank him; but somewhere beyond that howling, storm-driven gulf he knew they were hurrying over the trail toward the Clover Leaf.

    The Banks of the Sacramento

  • About a dozen surfers were at the beach in the storm-driven surf.

    Alaska Hit With Heavy Snow

  • The final, song "In This Weather, In this Tumult," is storm-driven, with nature lashing out in terrifying fashion as a symbol of its power over the human condition.

    Albert Imperato: Understanding Tragic Loss

  • A storm-driven wave crashes up over the road and Dad swerves.

    Slayed

  • “When the world is storm-driven and…bad things happen,” Hamilton writes, “then we need to know all the strong fortresses of the spirit which men have built through the ages.”

    Bobby and Jackie

  • But even if THAT leaked, the heavy storm-driven waves in the gulf would likely disperse the diesel before it got close to shore, Hunker said.

    What if the SECOND-worst-case scenario comes true?

  • The Old Woman Creek estuary, like many of the Great Lakes estuaries, is a storm-driven system.

    Old Woman Creek National Estuarine Research Reserve, Ohio

  • A November day, around 1995, when I went with my friend Dave to the beach, and we stood on the end of the pier, watching the huge, storm-driven waves crash against the bottom of the pier, getting our feet wet, and not being afraid.

    WIL WHEATON dot NET: 1.5: blog Archives

  • They were still riding the wave, but it was tamer now, no longer the wild storm-driven stampede.

    Burning Tower

  • They were the crew of the dragon ship which bore us here, storm-driven.

    People of the Dark

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