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Some Tuskegee Airmen who fought in World War II were initially trained as pilots in Robbins before it was destroyed by a windstorm in 1933, Haymore said.
Just 30 minutes after the sudden, violent windstorm arrived, many neighborhoods were left in the dark.
Pinky Age: 31 Horses: Midnight, Red Windstorm, Codie, and Santana, a.k.a.
The preschool's executive director first updated parents and staff about the playground damage that had occurred five days earlier when a fierce windstorm uprooted a large maple tree.
Amid a windstorm Sunday evening, thousands of people in Ada and Canyon counties lost power.
An effort is underway to save a handful of baby great blue herons that were knocked from their nests at March Point during an Anacortes-area windstorm last week.
A windstorm wiped out some oaks and firs, opening a hole in their forest shade.
A fierce windstorm caused by an extreme cold front killed 12 people here on Monday.
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Definition of windstorm for English Language Learners
: a storm that has very strong winds and usually very little rain or snow
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