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  • n  a strong current of air
    the tree was bent almost double by the gust

  • It was the second gust of reform to hit the Deep South in a month, similar to the election of Buddy Roemer as Governor of Louisiana, Mississippi's partner at the bottom of most .
  • And now we have this ill wind, this feeble gust of an environmental horror story.
  • The 747 was taxiing away from the terminal when a sudden gust of wind blew directly in the exhaust vent of the right outboard engine, causing the fuel to flare up and overheat the .
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  • Ernie Els in 940 News
    The second shot on the 18, it was right where I had it, but I could see the gust got it in the air and it didn't have much of a chance in the end there,Els said about his wayward shot.
  • Jack Van Berg in International Herald Tribune
    He just had unbelievable ability,Van Berg said. "He got a little gust of wind or whatever and got knocked down and he stepped up before Chris knew what hit him. He was remarkable."
  • Barry Zito in International Herald Tribune
    It was totally blowing you during warm-ups. I remember one time it blew Bengie (catcher Molina) back out of his crouch, and we had to call timeout,Zito said. "You just hoped a gust doesn't hit during a pitch."

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