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  • ROBERTS: You can -- you can just imagine, Jeff, when you got a monster storm like that raging outside your house, you're hiding down in the basement, you see the door battering back and forth against the wind like that, and all of a sudon the roof comes off.

    CNN Transcript May 7, 2007

  • Perogue was under sail when a sudon squawl of wind struck her obliquely, and turned her considerably, the steersman allarmed, in stead of puting her before the wind, lufted her up into it, the wind was so violent that it drew the brace of the squarsail out of the hand of the man who was attending it, and instantly upset the perogue and would have turned her completely topsaturva, had it not have been from the resistance mad by the oarning against the water; in this situation

    The Journals of Lewis and Clark, 1804-1806

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