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  • n. Plural form of storm.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of storm.


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  • Orokos urban legend says the cause of the storms is the Storm Thief:

    Storm Thief

  • We loose the picture during rain storms but otherwise it's working.

    Star Choice (Shaw)`

  • You could get soem torrential rain storms -- so be careful on the roads and know be prepared to wait out a downpour.

    3 weeks in colima in july

  • Or, "I was born with my father's nose and it is so large that strangers seek shelter under it during rain storms!"

    Robert Tornambe, M.D.: Accepting Your Genetic Destiny

  • Always I found myself on a rocky, surge - battered islet so low that in storms the salt spray swept over its highest point.

    Chapter 19

  • While the buy-and-hold strategy of purchasing quality stocks and riding out the short-term storms helps investors avoid such mistakes, that too creates confusion over when, if ever, to dump a dog.

    The Dollar Stretcher Featured Content

  • We'll also have a 20-30% chance of late-afternoon showers and storms, which is low enough that many areas may stay dry.

    Forecast: Muggy weekend, with Sunday showers?

  • Also a non-factor? ... the threat of showers or storms, which is slim to none.

    Forecast: Next heat wave starts July 4th

  • Luo Xiaoguang/Xinhua/Zuma Press The storms are a product of worsening desertification in Inner Mongolia and other Gobi Desert regions hundreds of miles to the north and west of Beijing caused by overgrazing, deforestation, drought and urban sprawl.

    Cities in Dust

  • Yes, they pleaded that the storms were a once-in-a-generation event -- but then, so is the credit crunch.

    While We're at It, Let's Punish the Pols


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