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“What goes with seafood, rum, and howling, wind-lashed nights blacker than a lobster's armpits?”
“The evening starts with a cacophony of ships' foghorns and whistles, sea-shanties bridge the scene changes and the recovery of Mat's body from the storm becomes as thrilling as the opening of The Tempest with the wind-lashed stage precipitously rising and falling.”
“This descending motif, like a windswept downpour, is answered by an equally powerful rising motif in the double basses, bassoons and trombones, suggesting wind-lashed whitecaps on Lake Lucerne, where the opera takes place.”
“The Icelandic nation has been put in a terrible situation," said Helgi Sigurdsson , a 36-year-old journalist voting in the wind-lashed capital, Reykjavik.”
“I ended up in this sketchy village on a wind-lashed coast, it had a name like Quaassoorrqq.”
“All in all, a much more pleasant way of spending the day than going out into the wind-lashed rain, which is how we spent a few minutes today while the dogs took care of their business.”
“He doted on his family, especially on his sons, and spent winters snug and indolent, wrapped in thick buffalo robes by the fire in his tipi, a brilliant piece of architectural design that required only a small fire to keep him warm even during the frigid, wind-lashed plains winters.”
“It was a distinct relief to her to call an end to the day's scouting when pelting, wind-lashed rain limited visibility and made telltagging impossible.”
“At the other end of the spectrum, works such as Porcellis's "Dutch Ships in a Gale" capture the fragility of all that oak, hemp and canvas — here the wind-lashed sails of a foundering merchant vessel look like shredded silk.”
“The name of the novel itself refers to the stormy and wind-lashed cliffs and moors of Yorkshire.”
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