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In 2011 record numbers of juvenile Manx shearwaters were rescued by inspectors from the surf in Newgale and from gardens in Pembrokeshire after they were blown off course by strong winds.
He had been attempting to get on board a schooner on which he was a crew member but had been blown off course.
Summary: The United States and Japan are leading a fragile developed world recovery that could be blown off course if Europe fails to contain the damage from its problem debtor states, the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development, or OECD, said on Tuesday.
ANDY MURRAY is determined his Australian Open chances will not be blown off course by Michael Llodra today after stating his intention to play the third-round clash on his terms.
In doing so, he found that the practice of medicine and our expectation of it have blown off course.
IN a break from league action, Colwyn Bay's hopes of making FA Trophy progress were blown off course by a destructive wind at Llanelian Road.
drunken sailors haul the stubborn anchor blown off course she lurches to
The nation's first proposed offshore wind power project, in Nantucket Sound, has been blown off course by one or another interest for nine years.
THE Welsh challenge at the Ricoh Women's British Open was blown off course on a windswept Royal Lytham course described as "brutal" by 2005 winner Karen Stupples yesterday.
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.
JUSTIN ROSE was literally blown off course in his attempt to repeat his Royal Birkdale heroics.
Cranes are making a return to the southeast of England after being blown off course during their annual migration from southern Europe to Scandinavia.