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We all froze together on windswept, January beaches, thawed out in sprawling, industrial complexes - and our amazing cast pushed their performances to places where we laughed and cried along with them.
Wildlife does not like bleak windswept places any more than we do.
Off the beaten track from touristy Monterey, this 103-acre jewel, on the shore of a windswept peninsula, has been a retreat for Southern California recluses for nearly 100 years.
From wind's ability to influence world patterns and paths to how wind influences health and crime in human affairs, WINDSWEPT is much more than the usual meteorological analysis: it blends people's encounters and experiences with wind and storms with scientific fact to make for a lively read.
Here in windswept Blackpool, mussed hair and whipped up skirts are now a thing of the past as hardy trippers are able to seek shelter in a series of ingenious swivelling windbreaks arrayed along the south shore promenade.
The Japanese bombed some of their villages, and "for their own protection" the US government relocated them to camps in the Alaskan forests, a place completely different from the windswept, treeless islands they knew.
She appeared less than happy as she strolled around the windswept event - where she was dressed in a dowdy mac and frumpy shoes.
Stewart Cink, Brett Quigley, Tom Byrum and Hank Kuehne shared the lead on 66 after the windswept first round at Waialae Country Club, one shot clear of Jonathan Kaye, Paul Azinger, Chad Campbell, Shigeki Maruyama, Tom Lehman, Jeff Sluman, Woody Austin, Rose and Andrew Magee.
Silence and solitude are also found on Horse Island, a windswept private Celtic idyll off Ireland's southwest coast.
On a windswept South London playing field in front of a crowd of 30, the former Surrey and England skipper was on the wrong end of a 36-3 drubbing by London Exiles.
One stack of brochures on the registration table advertised bomb-resistant trashcans, each available in colors ranging from windswept copper to lapis blue, and capable of containing the explosion of a pipe bomb.