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Levet shot a 67 as those out in the morning enjoyed by far the best of the weather, with Colin Montgomerie among those blown off course by strong winds later - his 81 equalled the worst round of the day and saw him miss the cut.
Cranes are making a return to the southeast of England after being blown off course during their annual migration from southern Europe to Scandinavia.
They can compensate for strong crosswinds without being blown off course, and they can fly an average of 7 meters per second, "much faster than anyone really expected," says Osborne.
Narrator D: During the journey, the Mayflower is blown off course. In November, the weary passengers find themselves off the coast of Cape Cod.
Like a boat that has been blown off course or tipped over on its side, the ADA needs to be "righted" so that it can accomplish the lofty and laudable objectives that led Congress to enact it.
Michalak has more reason than most to want revenge, having kicked like a demon throughout the tournament until being blown off course by the wind and rain of Sydney.
Ports and ferries operator P&O said today passenger numbers had been blown off course by tourists opting to stay at home in the wake of the Iraq war.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-31 January 2002-UPDATE: 'Isabella' was blown off course by strong wind - report (C)1994-2002 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com
If "blown off course," what do we need to do to ensure we can still reach the destination?
It is blown off course and deposited near an obscure island.
JURGEN KLOPP says he still believes in Liverpool's title chances - despite seeing their hopes blown off course at Goodison.
Up to 20 arrive in Scotland every year after being blown off course during migration.