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Weather experts at AccuWeather believe this year could be one of the stormiest in recent times.
WAVES that battered Europe's Atlantic seaboard during winter 2013/2014 were the stormiest for seven decades, with major impacts for coastlines, research suggests.
AH, THE BEAUTIFUL mountains, the captivating islands and beaches, the sunset of passion, the sunrise of hope, the hands and hearts that make me feel at home, the smiles that light up even the darkest and stormiest day, and the promise of a brighter future: This is the Philippines that I know, the Philippines that I love.
HURDLER Rhys Williams reckons winning gold at the Welsh Athletics Championships was the perfect way to emerge from the stormiest of seasons.
However, the lounge is also a pleasure with its full width glass windows, the views change daily with the weather and can be enjoyed even on the most stormiest of days.
They can protect both your hair and scalp from the winter weather and ensure you look incredible on even the stormiest of winter days.
THE MOTORWAY RWAY RW : AY: AY LIFE IN THE FAST LANE BBC2, 9pm Documentary series charting life on the M6, following the teams preparing for one of the stormiest winters on record.
THE MOTORWAY: LIFE IN THE FAST LANE BBC2, 9pm Documentary series charting life on the M6, one of the busiest stretches of motorway in Britain, following the teams preparing for one of the stormiest winters on record.
Jordan stated We faced some very challenging conditions, including one of the stormiest winters in recent history, but managed to continue working on schedule.
Director of International Labour Organization (ILO) in Pakistan Ms Tine Stormiest said 25 percent of youth of the world was in South Asia and Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif was taking effective steps for betterment of labourers.
OPERATION Bluestar, one of the stormiest chapters in the history of Indian Army, has been reopened with recently disclosed Whitehall correspondence claiming a British SAS officer visited Delhi to advise the Indian government on ejecting militants from the Golden Temple.