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  • n. Plural form of tornado.

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Examples

  • Hope you didn't get any tornados from the spring storm front!

    Happy Spring Everyone!

  • So, essentially, very few in Canada compared to the United States, tornados, that is, right?

    CNN Transcript Jun 24, 2007

  • Nancy Drew is chasing after tornados, which is what the teen sleuth finds herself doing in today's release of

    AdventureGamers.com

  • The problem with this planet was that there were no threats, no monsters, no horrible weather, no giant insects, a reasonable supply of rabbits, nuts and berries, drinkable water, no volcanos, no tornados ... in other words, nothing life-threatening for Rodney McKay.

    Wraithbait

  • Such forecasts, which cover from an immediate time period out six hours, have been used to track the development of summer storms such as tornados for many years.

    NYT > Home Page

  • The Wells Fargo volunteers then stocked five disaster trucks for emergencies such as tornados, floods and other natural disasters.

    Homepage | INFORUM | Fargo, ND

  • Khamenei dismissed Washington's policy as passing "tornados".

    Channel NewsAsia Front Page News

  • Although Indian River County residents are most familiar with hurricanes, the course shows students how they can assist animals endangered by other events such as tornados, floods, fires, earthquakes and hazardous material spills.

    tcpalm.com Stories

  • In disasters such as tornados or hurricanes, Powerwagons could provide power for search crews.

    7 Top Stories, Sports and Weather

  • "Unusual" weather, such as tornados and floods, are becoming more and more frequent across Canada, said Gordon McBean, and yet most people aren't aware of it and are ill-prepared for it.

    Progressive Bloggers

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