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  • noun Plural form of typhoon.

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  • For example, Japan has a very high population density and like many countries in the region is in the track of typhoons• However, Japan suffers very low mortality rates during typhoons in comparison to other countries of the region• Financial resources to implement measures for disaster preparedness make a big difference, but this is not the sole or principal factor•

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  • In the western Pacific, fierce ocean storms that are called hurricanes in the eastern Pacific are called typhoons.

    DAY OF DECEIT

  • In the western Pacific, fierce ocean storms that are called hurricanes in the eastern Pacific are called typhoons.

    DAY OF DECEIT

  • In the western Pacific, fierce ocean storms that are called hurricanes in the eastern Pacific are called typhoons.

    DAY OF DECEIT

  • In the western Pacific, fierce ocean storms that are called hurricanes in the eastern Pacific are called typhoons.

    DAY OF DECEIT

  • I have been in Chinese typhoons, hurricanes in the Tropics, and storms in the Atlantic, where one would imagine heaven and earth were coming together, and under the blessing of

    Yr Ynys Unyg The Lonely Island

  • Australia's huge, sparsely populated tropical north is battered annually by about six cyclones — called typhoons throughout much of Asia and hurricanes in the Western hemisphere.

    Powerful cyclone strikes Australia's northeast

  • Australia's huge, sparsely populated tropical north is battered by about six cyclones — called typhoons throughout much of Asia and hurricanes in the Western hemisphere — each year.

    Australians flee massive storm racing to NE coast

  • Australia's huge, sparsely populated tropical north is battered each year by about six cyclones - called typhoons throughout much of Asia and hurricanes in the Western hemisphere.

    Strong Cyclone Bears Down On North Australia Coast

  • Australia's huge, sparsely populated tropical north is battered annually by about six cyclones — called typhoons throughout much of Asia and hurricanes in the Western hemisphere.

    Huge Australia storm spawns terror but no deaths

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