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TIME
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EYEWALL
SUPERDOME
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SUSTAINED WINDS
SOUTHEAST LOUISIANA
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ATLANTIC HURRICANE SEASON
DAMAGED
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Review of Short Phrases and Links

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Definitions

  1. Storm (real name Ororo Munroe) is a fictional Marvel Comics superhero.
  2. Storm is the mother of three daughters with her husband, NBC golf host, Dan Hicks.
  3. Storm is dedicated to supporting the computer security community without bias.
  4. Storm was at a loss for words for a while. (Web site)
  5. Storm was out last for Team Flair to make it 4-on-3.

Fire

  1. In 1996, he made a cameo as a doomed soldier in the first feature film to depict Desert Storm, Edward Zwick 's Courage Under Fire. (Web site)
  2. The rebuilt London Bridge was destroyed by a storm in 1091 and yet again, this time by fire, in 1136.
  3. The building was severely damaged, first by storm surge and then by fire, in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.

Siege

  1. Alexander took Aornos by storm (see Siege of Aornos). (Web site)

Result

  1. Sudden withdrawal can result in increase in anginal attacks and MI in patients with angina pectoris and thyroid storm in patients with hyperthyroidism. (Web site)
  2. A loop in a network may result in a broadcast storm.
  3. The reality is that had the levees held there would have been comparatively little damage to New Orleans as a result of this storm. (Web site)

Destruction

  1. Storm surge along the Mississippi coast caused total destruction of many structures, with the surge damage extending several miles inland. (Web site)
  2. After the match, a flight of Death Eaters (Lord Voldemort's servants) storm the camp, creating panic and destruction. (Web site)
  3. In the scope of its destruction, Hurricane Katrina was comparable with the storm that hit Galveston. (Web site)

Morning

  1. In the morning the storm had ceased; but of the ship not a single fragment could be seen.
  2. Simultaneous MERIS and ASAR acquisitions are planned for Friday by CSTARS, even as the storm comes closer to predicted landfall the following morning.
  3. By the morning of August 24th, the depression intensified and by the afternoon, this tropical storm was named Katrina.

Fact

  1. It is a fact that in 1588 a great storm did scatter the ships of the Spanish Armada in the English Channel and aided the English victory.
  2. But none of that matters here, and what we're left with is the fact that Storm Riders is a tremendously enjoyable, energetic film with an amazing look to it.
  3. So the fact that Carl Icahn successfully got Biondi on board this morning, probably means a new storm is on the horizon. (Web site)

Way

  1. You know the drill: you race to get to the airport on time, only to find your flight delayed by a storm that's powering its way across the jet stream. (Web site)
  2. On the way to Marathon to capture the Bull, Theseus sought shelter from a storm in a shack owned by an ancient lady named Hecale.
  3. If your roof is stripped off and a storm is on the way, shortening the process by a day or two may prove to be a critical advantage.

Regal

  1. Storm and Regal won the World Tag Team Championship from Booker T and Goldust thanks to Regal's trusty brass knuckles. (Web site)
  2. Hebner again searches Storm and Regal before the match, but after not finding anything, he allows Regal to stay.
  3. Regal began teaming with Lance Storm, Christian formed a team with Chris Jericho, and Test branched off into single competition and eventually turned face. (Web site)

Jericho

  1. I'm waiting for Benoit to come back so he, Lance Storm and Jericho can form their dungeon stable. (Web site)
  2. On June 12, 2005 Jericho wrestled in the first match of the ECW One Night Stand pay-per-view event, against Lance Storm. (Web site)

Thousands

  1. Since the storm, thousands more have taken shelter there, and are now unable to leave because of the dangerous conditions that still prevail outside. (Web site)
  2. Thousands of storm refugees had been assembling outside for days, waiting for buses that did not come. (Web site)
  3. Tens of thousands of storm victims suffered there in withering heat after last summer's hurricane filled the city with stinking floodwaters. (Web site)

Hundreds

  1. In New Orleans, hundreds of thousands of impoverished citizens lacked any resources to safeguard their families and their property from the storm. (Web site)
  2. These storm surges are responsible for hundreds of thousands of deaths in the Bangladesh area alone.
  3. The storm swept sailboats onto city streets in Gulfport and obliterated hundreds of waterfront homes, businesses, community landmarks and condominiums. (Web site)

Crisis

  1. Thyroid crisis (storm), also called thyrotoxicosis, is a sudden worsening of hyperthyroidism symptoms that may occur with infection or stress. (Web site)
  2. Thyroid crisis or storm is an acute worsening of the symptoms of hyperthyroidism that may occur with infection or stress.
  3. Thyroid storm is a crisis or life-threatening condition characterized by an exaggeration of the usual physiologic response seen in hyperthyroidism. (Web site)

Ride

  1. It is also believed that many citizens, having survived previous hurricanes, did not anticipate the impending catastrophe and chose to ride out the storm. (Web site)
  2. Shilpa not only weathered the storm well, but went on to ride the wave of public sentiment in her favour to win the show hands down. (Web site)

Constantinople

  1. On 12 April, 1204, Constantinople was carried by storm, and the next day the ruthless plundering of its churches and palaces was begun. (Web site)
  2. She erected it in fulfillment of a vow that she made having escaped from a deadly storm in 425 on the sea voyage from Constantinople to Ravenna. (Web site)

Intensity

  1. Winds on the western side of the storm were reduced in both expanse and intensity, compared to the eastern side of the large storm.
  2. Also, Katrina's eye was 32 miles wide even though a storm of its intensity normally has an eye that is 10 miles wide.
  3. Depending on the intensity of the solar storm, currents may be induced down here on the ground, possibly overloading national power grids. (Web site)

Troy

  1. After the fall of Troy most Achaean heroes did not return to their homes A storm fell on the returning fleet off Tenos island. (Web site)
  2. When Troy fell, he returned home but during the voyage his ship was beset by a violent storm. (Web site)

Odysseus

  1. Poseidon created a great storm that delayed Odysseus on his triumphant return from the Trojan wars.
  2. Odysseus duly departed on a small raft, furnished by Calypso with provisions of water, wine and food, only to be hit by a storm from his old enemy Poseidon.

Residents

  1. Approximately 120,000 of the 484,000 residents of New Orleans did not own cars at the time of the storm. (Web site)
  2. Since the storm, residents of the Greater New Orleans area have come together to raise awareness that the levee failures were due to federal incompetence.
  3. In spite of an enormous traffic backlog, most residents with transportation were able to get out before the storm hit. (Web site)

Homes

  1. Hundreds of thousands who survived the storm are now left without power, telephones, clean water, food, medical supplies, or homes. (Web site)
  2. The storm pushed water up to the second floor of homes, flooded floating casinos, uprooted hundreds of trees and flung sailboats across a highway.
  3. In the wake of the storm, Tar Heel residents emerged from their homes in awe of the destruction. (Web site)

Galveston

  1. The heart of the book is the set of subtle--not understood--indicators that a storm was barreling toward Galveston.
  2. A 17-foot-tall (5-m-tall) seawall also was built to protect Galveston from storm surges.

Hurricanes

  1. Protecting your windows with storm windows or hurricane shutters ensures you and your families safety from hurricanes. (Web site)
  2. As they hit land, however, the hurricanes quickly lose energy as the friction of the land serves to break up the storm and slow down the winds.
  3. Past experience with hurricanes has identified some critical information that people should know in order to be prepared for a storm.

Weather Channel

  1. And there, on CNN and the Weather Channel, was the storm of their nightmares, seemingly headed for a direct impact in New Orleans. (Web site)
  2. John Hope was at the helm at The Weather Channel, calmly showing the storm, predicting the path and urging citizens to evacuate if possible. (Web site)

Surge

  1. Harrison County, Mississippi was hit particularly hard by the hurricane and the storm surge.
  2. In addition to extensive flooding in New Orleans, buildings along the Mississippi and Alabama coastline were smashed by the storm surge.
  3. The pilings were 13 feet above the water or higher, based on predictions of storm surge from a major hurricane. (Web site)

Brunt

  1. Hurricanes can be predicted to hit a coastal town many times without the town ever actually experiencing the brunt of a storm. (Web site)
  2. The brunt of the storm, a coronal mass ejection (CME), hit at around 1 a.m. (Web site)

Safety Concerns

  1. They were not allowed into New Orleans proper by the National Guard for several days after the storm because of safety concerns.

Kate Moss

  1. I left a message at Storm, the agency that discovered Kate Moss, and no one could be bothered to call me back. (Web site)
  2. Then Kate Moss came into Storm one day with her mother and they signed her straight away. (Web site)
  3. Born in Britain, Kate Moss was discovered at the age of 14 by the owner of Storm models at JFK International airport.

Battered

  1. As the storm passed, New Orleans was left battered, but intact. (Web site)
  2. Battered by wind, rain and storm surge, some beachfront neighborhoods were completely leveled.
  3. Battered by wind, rain and storm surges, some beachfront neighborhoods were leveled entirely.

Great Red Spot

  1. The Great Red Spot is a storm in Jupiter's atmosphere and is at least 300 years-old. (Web site)

Sioux

  1. The Sioux Falls Storm went against the odds to win the first-ever 2005 UIF United Bowl.

Orphans

  1. Way Down East and Orphans of the Storm are two of her earlier films that portray her exquisite skills. (Web site)

Wnba

  1. Janell Burse (born May 19, 1979 in New Orleans, Louisiana) is a 6'5" women's basketball player who is the starting center for the Seattle Storm of the WNBA.
  2. Storm also made history as the first play-by-play announcer for the WNBA in 1997.

Sue Bird

  1. Back-to-back trebles from Sue Bird and Lauren Jackson allowed the Storm to build a 10-point lead late in the third frame.
  2. Sue Bird had 14 points and seven assists to lead a balanced offense as the Seattle Storm beat the Washington Mystics 64-49 on Sunday night.

Arashi

  1. Arashi (in Japanese text, translates to Storm) is a five-member Japanese boy band under Johnny & Associates.

August 29

  1. On August 29, 2005, Biloxi was severely damaged by Hurricane Katrina, which struck with a 30-foot (9-meter) storm surge. (Web site)
  2. The city was severely damaged on August 29 2005 by Hurricane Katrina when it was hit by a 30 foot (9 m) storm surge. (Web site)

Southern Mississippi

  1. Katrina came ashore as a powerful Category 4 storm over southeastern Louisiana and southern Mississippi, causing catastrophic damage and numerous fatalities.

Time

  1. The time to evacuate those 200,000 low-income people on public buses OUT OF THE STORM SURGE ZONE was BEFORE the Category 4 storm struck.
  2. He was invited back to the Opry for an old-timer's show in 1974, at which time he apparently blew up a storm. (Web site)
  3. This time, Weaver has no inclination to ride out the storm.

Aftermath

  1. Today New Orleans mayor Ray Nagin said hundreds, and possibly thousands, in the city were killed by the storm and its aftermath. (Web site)
  2. It was the focal point of public attention given to Alabama in the aftermath of the storm.
  3. Needless to say I watched coverage of the advance of the storm and its aftermath with deep interest. (Web site)

Eyewall

  1. One tower near the eyewall and the other in an outer rainband of the storm reached over 15 km (more than 9 miles) high.
  2. Official reports stated that approximately 50 people died when Waveland was hit directly by the eyewall of Katrina and the 26-foot (7.9 m) storm surge. (Web site)
  3. TRMM measured a (cumulonimbus) storm cloud inside Hurricane Bonnie (1998), towering like a skyscraper 59,000 feet (18 kilometers) above the eyewall.

Superdome

  1. Home of six Super Bowls, the Superdome opened its doors to storm victims on Sunday, and residents in the most need were taken care of first.

Evacuees

  1. Two weeks after the storm, more than half of the states were involved in providing shelter for evacuees.

Sustained Winds

  1. At this time, the storm had 80 kilometers per hour (50 miles per hour; 43 knots) sustained winds.
  2. The hurricane center reported early Thursday that the storm had sustained winds of 85 mph (137 kph).

Southeast Louisiana

  1. Katrina made landfall August 29, 2005 in southeast Louisiana as a Category 3 storm. (Web site)

Mexico

  1. After entering the Gulf of Mexico, Katrina intensified into a large, powerful Category 5 storm as it turned north towards the north-central Gulf coast.
  2. The storm weakened over land, but it regained hurricane status about one hour after entering the Gulf of Mexico. (Web site)
  3. During Hurricane Ivan in September 2004, the storm surge from the Gulf of Mexico came in to Escambia Bay, washing out the Interstate 10 bridge over the bay. (Web site)

Atlantic Hurricane Season

  1. Gustav was the seventh named storm of the Atlantic hurricane season.

Damaged

  1. The bridge between Bay St. Louis and Pass Christian was also damaged by the storm.
  2. Caesar demanded hostages: however a storm forced his still delayed cavalry back to the continent and many of his ships were damaged on the beach. (Web site)
  3. In addition to bringing down maple trees and branches, the ice storm also damaged this plastic tubing that farmers run between trees to collect the sap. (Web site)

Hurricane Camille

  1. Gautier did not receive any damage from Hurricane Camille in 1969, so the damage from Hurricane Katrina demonstrates how much larger this storm was.
  2. Residents that recalled Hurricane Camille observed that Katrina was, "much worse", with a storm surge reportedly reaching further inland. (Web site)

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