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Examples

  • It's pretty neat, though, because I've never seen "Squalls" with a 100% chance of rain listed on a weather forecast.

    Thinking about Texas.

  • He was not displeased to dine abroad; as this is Saturday, when he says there are apt to be 'Squalls' at home, because of washing, &c.

    Two Suffolk Friends

  • "Nobody works for the city for eight hours," said Kris Squalls, a 48-year-old Teamster who has driven a city garbage truck for 25 years and now makes about $70,000 a year.

    Chicago Mayor Trashes Politics of Waste Removal

  • The boundaries in ward 30—where Mr. Squalls, the Teamster, works—are a prime example.

    Chicago Mayor Trashes Politics of Waste Removal

  • Squalls were rare and dangerous, caused by shifts in the temperature and changing wind directions.

    Father Swarat

  • Squalls pulsed in from the Gulf, smelling of seaweed and ozone and algae.

    The Season of Risks

  • Squalls pulsed in from the Gulf, smelling of seaweed and ozone and algae.

    The Season of Risks

  • Squalls pulsed in from the Gulf, smelling of seaweed and ozone and algae.

    The Season of Risks

  • Squalls were making up in every quarter, while the skipper stalled and vacillated, now beating to windward, now turning and running before the blo ...

    Thomas Croft: One Year After

  • Squalls were making up in every quarter, while the skipper stalled and vacillated, now beating to windward, now turning and running before the blow.

    Thomas Croft: One Year After

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