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Drug slang A regional term for crack cocaine
Public safety A violently rotating storm—nature’s most violent weather phenomenon—produced in a very severe thunderstorm, appearing as a funnel cloud extending from the base of a cumulonimbus to the ground
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18, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Twisters Headphones invites you to TWIST, SHOUT, AND LET IT ALL OUT
Standard HammerHead Picote packages include Smart Cutter Starter Kits, Twisters, Cyclone chain flails, adaptors, bearing, steering axle, front drill heads, side grinding panels, hub disks and a set of hand tools precisely designed for reinstatement jobs.
Twisters are a natural phenomenon with invisible forces which make everything float and which, at the same time, causes new aesthetics in spiral sailing.
Now, Rod Harper still may not make Twisters fans forget local-born hero Reggie Swinton, but the Twisters new ownership seemed to do just that earlier in the season.
Badger Brain Twisters is perfect for road trips, rainy days, or simply killing time.
Six days later, nine twisters whirled through Iowa, followed on November 15 by a line of thunderstorms that spawned 35 tornadoes across five states.
His dealership has sold several Twisters, including Hodorff's, in the past year and a hall and he says, "We'd be selling a lot more if dairy prices would improve.
The Southern California Twisters, a 12-under USSSA youth baseball team based in Granada Hills, won the Octoberfest Classic in Pomona this month with a 4-0 record.
Even in Tornado Alley--the nickname for the swath of the central United States where twisters are most common--tornadoes are a rare phenomenon.
Tornadoes--also called twisters and cyclones--are powerful, rapidly rotating windstorms.
In the northern part of this nation, twisters usually become more prevalent beginning this month and extending through mid-July.
TWISTERS tore across Wales for the second time in just days yesterday, capping a spell of bizarre weather.