Examples of tornado in a Sentence
in the path of a tornado
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We're lifted into tornadoes of jealousy over photos of a friend's puppy.
Firebird depends on combustion to conjure tornadoes of flame.
On this day: In 1972, an F2 tornado touched down in Amite County, Mississippi, and caused $2,500 in damage.
Then, there were the king tides that flooded Miami, the heat waves that seared the southwest, the tornadoes that scarred the southeast, and the rains that never came in the Cascades.
In just the first weeks of 2017, 79 confirmed tornadoes touched down in three days across the southern United States, totaling $1.1 billion in losses.
And a radio attack in April caused tornado sirens in Dallas to sound at midnight.
Seven years ago, Malik was plucked at age 17 from a small city in Northern England, teamed up with four other boys as One Direction and tornado-ed into the most intense global teen craze endured by a crew of British kids since Beatlemania.
Heavy rains lashed parts of South Florida beginning Saturday afternoon from the fringes of the fast-moving storm, and at least two tornadoes were reported.
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