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“In those hours when my life is storm-tossed and wind-battered, the light around me shines bright with hope shielded by her hurricane spirit.”
“We arrived at Potomac Park, near the Jefferson Memorial, about 7 a.m., and stood with about 500 other runners huddling in soaked hoodies, under wind-battered umbrellas or plastic grocery bags.”
“Her home was Ludlow Castle, a bleak fortress upon a wind-battered hillside in the Welsh marches.”
“Something began to take shape between the wind-battered travelers and the bickering storms.”
“It was not happenstance that at Har Homa, a drenched Cook stood under a wind-battered EU umbrella.”
“Storm Over Everest recounts the next pivotal 48 hours, when those in the wind-battered tents wrestled with whether to risk additional lives by attempting to rescue the missing climbers.”
“Think of wind-battered seagulls, old cedars and pines and hardy beach roses.”
“The wind-battered metal rattled insanely, and snowmelt dripped and hissed down its length.”
“He found that he could see his own snow-scarred, wind-battered face reflected back at him in those shiny lenses that were as inscrutable as their owner.”
“So we dined together in the wind-battered halls of Pointe des Soeurs, and Quintilius Rousse conferred with his men, plotting our course.”
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