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  • Also, it was eighty miles to Haines Mission, and the great Chilcoot, far above the timber-line, reared his storm-swept head between.

    GRIT OF WOMEN

  • "Shearwater is fearless in its seriousness and often awe-inspiring loveliness: As The Golden Archipelago finds him examining humanity's complex relationships with nature, Meiburg's whispers can hit like screams, and when he screams, the effect is so clean and graceful, it's strangely calming." seajules, though it occurs to me that I have no idea whatsoever of your taste in music, this seems like music for you nonetheless -- the sound of a storm-swept sea.

    I am given to understand...

  • Shortly after midnight on a storm-swept October night in 2004, Tom Palcic, a medical helicopter pilot, started across Choctawatchee Bay to pick up a hospital patient and transport him to a facility 60 miles away.

    POLITICAL HOT TOPICS: August 21, 2009

  • Wild spirit of a storm-swept soul, a-struggling to be free

    DARKWATER

  • While the story is not about that, knowing the backdrop which "nourished" (in Julie's own words) the storm-swept decision to move on makes the film -- tree and all -- a true inspiration.

    Karin Badt: Women Directors are Rare (For Now): An Interview with Julie Bertuccelli at Cannes

  • Highway driving was treacherous in storm-swept areas.

    Winter Storm Halts US Holiday Travel

  • While the story is not about that, knowing the backdrop which "nourished" in Julie's own words the storm-swept decision to move on makes the film--tree and all-- a true inspiration.

    Karin Badt: Women Directors are Rare (For Now): An Interview with Julie Bertuccelli at Cannes

  • Since much of the movie takes place at night, in the sunken shadows of storm-swept woods and underlit cabins, there is a fear of getting lost in all this cinematic darkness.

    GreenCine Daily: DVDs, 1/24.

  • Depending on the genre, you will know them for what they are: the dark and stormy night, the strong but lonely man, the tortured and tragic hero, the sun-washed green fields, the shadowy castle crowned with lightning, the powerful weapon, the deserted island, the ship floundering in the storm-swept sea.

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • Thirty-six hours later the twenty-eight commandos were lined up on the crest of a dune overlooking Beda Littoria, peering through another storm-swept darkness at the dimly lit stone building that supposedly housed Rommel and his headquarters.

    Sealing Their Fate

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