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“Regretfully, I did not have any hot cider as I need the money to buy lip salve tomorrow for my wind-whipped face.”
“Forecasters warned wind-whipped water could create a dangerous storm surge, with levels along the state's Albemarle and Pamlico sounds rising as much as 11 feet.”
“He shocked the best player in the world Sunday at wind-whipped Hazeltine National Golf Club to become the first Asian-born player to win a men's major golf championship.”
“Winds are howling in upper Midwest and Great Lakes, wind-whipped snow is flying in the Dakotas, and the cold front ahead of the storm is producing showers and thunderstorms up and down the Eastern seaboard.”
“It warned of more flooding and wind-whipped waves making sailing unsafe for small boats.”
“Appearing at the Football Association's vast, wind-whipped National Football Centre site in Burton-on-Trent, Gareth Southgate, freshly appointed as the FA's grandly titled head of elite development, cuts as immaculate a figure as the nation would expect.”
“A wind-whipped urban grit that feels dirtier than desert dust pelts our faces as we enter the rectangular patio strewn with rubble, its walls gouged by bullet holes.”
“He saw the snow-covered city, the wind-whipped pines and the snarled traffic and thought, there's just no better place he could have landed to begin his NFL career.”
“She has summoned the wind-whipped harbors of Newfoundland in "The Shipping News," the squalid slums of New Orleans in "Accordion Crimes" and the harsh beauty of the American West in many a short story and novel about Wyoming.”
“A wind-whipped wildfire that destroyed more than three dozen cliff-top homes in North Texas was expected to burn through most of the tinder-dry trees and shrubs in its path Thursday.”
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